The great celebration of art is kicking off in Twitter. At ideas4all we wanted to get started with #MuseumWeek one week early, talking to museums and giving them ideas that will help bring art to audiences of every kind.
@topideas4all ¡Muy interesante, lo leeremos con atención!
— MuseodelRomanticismo (@MRomanticismo) marzo 20, 2015
Over one thousand museums are taking part in this initiative. Their visitors are also asked to share their experiences from inside the exhibitions.
Avant-garde ideas make their way from the canvas to the exhibition hall.
Recently, the Museo del Prado has made the international news after creating tactile replicas of their works of art for blind visitors, an idea we already saw posted in ideas4all.
Museums seek ways to make art more democratic, another reason for which they are increasingly present in social media. In fact, the London Museums Group, which brings together all of the museums in the British capital, has published an article on the importance of involving visitors and promoting their participation through the creation of digital environments.
Social media are allowing us to take art exhibitions to the homes of each visitor in any part of the globe, making museums global regardless of their size, location or budget.