In Conversation with Simon Delacroix and Neal Stimler
Interviewed by Solimar Salas (VP of Museum Content and Programming, Museum of Latin American Art)
Thursday, October 22, 2020 12:00PM – 1:00PM PDT
Recover. Reimagine. Revive. What does ReMuseum mean to you? Join this virtual conversation to delve deeply into the challenges that the museum field is currently facing and how our field can move forward. Come ready to dialogue!
This program will explore ways cultural institutions can fulfill their missions using digital technology to engage audiences through sharing collections, exhibitions, and programs as part of an overall organizational strategy.
Read Neal Stimler's recent white paper, which will be discussed during the program: GLAMs' Dynamic Sustainability Platform
Simon Delacroix, US Lead, Google Arts & Culture
Simon leads the US Google Arts & Culture team, based in NYC. Google Arts & Culture aims to make the world's culture available to anyone anywhere, introducing people to art in new ways with technologies such as Art Camera (ultra-high resolution imagery), Museum View (360 imagery and VR tours), and experiments using AR, VR and Machine Learning. Simon started with Google Arts & Culture in Paris in 2014 and has since then worked to develop new partnerships with cultural institutions in France, Italy, Belgium, UK, and the US. Learn more about Google Arts & Culture. Click here to access Connected to Culture: A digital toolkit to help organizations bring their cultural programmes online.
Neal Stimler, Senior Advisor and Business Development Specialist, Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC)
Neal is a creative strategist with experience in collaborative leadership, content management, project management, and trend forecasting. He has successfully contributed and led efforts that improved business operations, thoughtfully engaged audiences, and enhanced organizations’ management capabilities and inspired greater visionary capacity. Before joining BPOC, Neal spent more than a decade at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in positions of increasing responsibility. Following his time at The Met, he was the inaugural Head of Public Engagement at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. He provides leadership and critical insights on trends in business management and digital technology and has guided The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Smithsonian Institution on the implementation of their Open Access programs. Neal was a 2019-2020 Fellow at The Engelberg Center of Innovation Law and Policy at the New York University School of Law, where he was co-creator of the digital publication, GLAM3D.org.
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