Wow: LA is Cool! #MWXX was Awesome!!
Here is a photo journal of my experience at #MWXX in Los Angeles (April, 2016). I participated by presenting Lightening Talk: MuseumDraw for People in Museums Today. I also visited The Broad, connected with friends, learned from others, drew what I saw, and had an enriching experience. Read More
When the Rijksmuseum recently proposed that their visitors disengage from their mobiles to draw in museums, I saw an opportunity to act as a “Rainbow Bridge” to introduce MuseumDraw. MuseumDraw is a Meet-up Group Activity that offers visitors a unique experience by demonstrating that mobile devices are an ideal drawing tool for people in museums today.
Artist and Art Historian, Paige Dansinger, delivers this Video Presentation "Iot, New Technology, and Unconventional Social Media for Museums" as a plea to help make a better world. This is for the Museum Computer Network's Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN (2015) Read More
Reaching out. Today I visited the Domestic Abuse Project to see how I may work as an Artist/Gallery to contribute to healing with a Digital Art Project. A mobile phone may be a life-link of connectivity, witness and creating community in new ways and drawing on pads/tablets may help facilitating modes of art therapy, process trauma and PTSD for adults, teens and youth. This is the start of a commitment I am making to act as a creative advocate for Domestic Abuse Survivors. Read More
I presented a 5-Minute Show & Tell at INST-INT, Walker Art Center, 2015. I digitally animated how my artwork has evolved with new technology. Using LEDs, Arduino, Text/Alert Mobile M2M Sensors, and more. My past Show & Tell in 2014 was my first introduction to Interactive Public Art and this video demonstrated how one year has changed my work. Read More
My first museum drawing, Reclining Odalisque (Harmony in Red), Matisse, 1927, from @MetMuseum was subject of a Solo Exhibit, a Live Digital Performance, a Presentation at Met Digital Media Lab and donated to MCAD Christie's Auction. Read More
Invited as a Guest Artist using "The Pen" in the newly designed Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian National Design Museum's Immersion Room. I was excited to explore the collection after drawing the Object of the Day, in "Everyday I'm DrawArt-ing" (2014). Cooper-Hewitt sure is a cool museum! Read More
My proposal was to teach Drawing Museum Selfies, on iPads and mobile devices, using live-streaming with Periscope. Students share their work on Twitter and are evaluated with Emojis. A deeply inclusive class that defies traditional learning and language barriers. This is ideal for people using mobile technology & social media for creative classrooms today. The competition submission images were ready to share on Instagram. Read More
M2M Machine to Machine Mobile Sensors: A Million Ideas
Using a self-designed iPad drawing program to animate a new Creative Partnership in the local Tech Community, Presented at IoT Fuse, March 19th, 2015. I share the story of meeting Nimbelink's Art Felgate, learning about Text/Alert M2M sensors, and imagining a Million Creative Ideas for M2M Interactive Public Art examples for Social Good. Read More