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Explore current trends and exemplary practices in award-winning online presence, games, video/film and animation as highlighted in the processes, successes, challenges and audience impact of 2013 Muse Awards projects selected by the Media & Technology (M&T) Professional Network. Projects include:

  • Lightweeds, Utah site-specific interactive animation, Natural History Museum of Utah
  • A Passion for Birds documentary film, The Field Museum of Natural History
  • Dunk the Anchor gesture-based game, The Newseum
  • Murder at the Met: An American Art Mystery mobile game, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Indigenous/Out of the Wild with A. Bitterman exhibition site, Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • 82nd and Fifth web series, The Metropolitan Museum of Art


  • Becky Menlove, associate director for visitor experience, Natural History Museum of Utah, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
  • Masha Turchinsky, senior manager of digital learning & senior producer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
  • Alice Schwarz, museum educator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
  • Paul Sparrow, senior vice president, broadcast and new media, The Newseum, Washington, DC
  • Christopher Noey, film and video producer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
  • Kyle Jaebker, director, IMA Lab, Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • Tom Skwerski, project manager, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

Original program presented in collaboration with the Media & Technology Professional Network (M&T) of the American Alliance of Museums.

Sponsored by The Getty Foundation. Produced by LearningTimes.


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