Simplify your research endeavors and exhibition planning

You create the public face of your institution, designing exhibitions to attract, educate and empower your community. When you’re planning your next big show, don’t be held back by tedious manual processes or inaccurate records.
We provide powerful, user-friendly technology to centralize your collection information for a smooth and efficient exhibition planning process. Safely keep all digital records of donors, research, papers, catalogue text, potential acquisitions and more, in a secure, private space. Use our simple tools to help you leverage your exhibitions online and bring your collection to audiences around the world.

Enhancing Curatorial Exhibition Planning

In this short video you’ll meet Henry, a curator working on a new exhibition. Learn how Henry is able to quickly make edits and control access to his exhibition checklist, and how he can instantly see detailed information on all objects he is considering for the exhibit. This streamlined approach lets Henry curate the exhibit with greater ease, and puts the information he needs to help researchers, the press, and donors at his fingertips.

Resources for Curators

Collective Conversations with Lindsey Richardson

Curator of Collections at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza houses a unique cultural collection of more than 50,000 objects related to the assassination of President John [...]

Collective Conversations with Theresa Papanikolas

Curator of European and American Art at the Honolulu Museum of Art The Honolulu Museum of Art houses a collection of 50,000 works spanning 5,000 years in a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility. Their collection features African [...]

Museum Grants Available in 2016

It’s January, a time for resolutions, new beginnings, and checking if any 2016 grants apply to the projects your museum has in the works. To help you get started, grants available in the coming year [...]

In-house Framing Saves University Museum Thousands

The do-it-yourself craze isn’t just for weekend hobbyists as John Adams, Head of Fabrication at Brigham Young University Museum of Art, can attest. Over a decade ago, the Museum was faced with the challenge of [...]

Dr. James Cuno on the Digitization of Collection Information

The digital world is changing fast, and museums must adapt just as fast to better connect with audiences. By moving collections online, and with the help of social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter, [...]

How Museums are Embracing the Digital Age

Museums as media companies? It may seem like a bit of a stretch, but as museums reposition themselves for our new digital age they are becoming more than physical places to visit. Like never before, [...]

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