The Week in Art podcast | Art and social media: do museums need memes?

26 June 2020. On The Art Newspaper‘s The Week in Art podcast we took a look at art and social media. Now the art world has gone digital, how should it engage with audiences online? No museum or gallery in the 21st century can be without the various social media platforms to amplify its messageContinue reading “The Week in Art podcast | Art and social media: do museums need memes?”

Aesthetica Future Now Symposium 2020 | The changing face of journalism

12 March 2020. Looking at how digital editorial, social media, podcasts and video content are changing the face of journalism, I took part in this talk with Aesthetica magazine. I was invited back after participating in the 2019 symposium. We looked at how a new visual literacy has emerged where the image is just asContinue reading “Aesthetica Future Now Symposium 2020 | The changing face of journalism”

Aesthetica Future Now Symposium 2019 | Modes of Consumption: Arts Journalism in the Digital Age

7 March 2019. I took part in a panel on digital arts journalism with Aesthetica magazine. Some of the key questions asked included: how can digital and print platforms maintain, develop and grow readerships? What is the value of print and digital editorial considering consumers’ expectations for freely accessible content? Curation, selection and journalism addContinue reading “Aesthetica Future Now Symposium 2019 | Modes of Consumption: Arts Journalism in the Digital Age”