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It's easy to embrace the concept of the Dual Bottom Line, but harder to apply it in a real-world board setting. For example, board members — and many staff — are seldom familiar with all of the programs and activities of the...

source: Nonprofit Quarterly

LabWerk envisions a new generation of mApp-powered companion applications that will deliver hypertargeted updates as visitors move around the museum. The apps could alert them to an upcoming lecture as they pass by the auditorium,...

source: Apple Insider

While a digital gallery could never fully replicate the experience...

source: Fast Company

The Google Cultural Institute has compiled images, videos and documents for an exhibit on Osamu Tezuka, marking the first time a manga artist has been featured in the digital historical archive. Launched in 2011, the initiative is "an effort to make important cultural material...

source: Comic Book Resources

Members of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America will donate space on about 50,000 billboards around the country this summer for the Art Everywhere project. "The Art Everywhere project, featuring reproductions of well-known and/or important American works ... will...

source: Planetizen

"Science Friday," a weekly call-in show on NPR, launched its "Science Club" feature March 28 with a challenge to listeners: Invent a machine that creates art, and send us a video of it. Designed in collaboration with the Tinkering Studio, part of San Francisco's Exploratorium...

source: The Washington Post


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