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How are cultural institutions using digital technology to reach wider audiences, create new programs and strengthen their operations?

Like, Link, Share, a report and companion Website, studies how legacy cultural institutions are embracing digital technology. Specifically, Like, Link, Share describes how cultural organizations are employing new media and digital technology to reach wider audiences, creating and funding new artistic programs, and developing their operational infrastructure. For more than a year, over forty organizations were interviewed from around the world—including disciplines such as art museums, opera, symphonies, science museums, theaters and dance—to learn about their digital innovation efforts and how they are measuring the success of those efforts. The report highlights five themes, or lessons learned, that would be most valuable to other organizations that are seeking to build their digital capacity. The Website profiles all forty organizations studied and includes a Web gallery and individual profiles.

Have a look! LikeLinkShare.org

Like, Link, Share was commissioned by the Wyncote Foundation, written by Sarah Lutman of Lutman & Associates, with Website development by I-SITE. Like, Link, Share was released in December 2014.



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In college, I studied industrial design at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, for its aspirations to create beautifully useful things and for its focus on how a good design process leads to a better solution.

I’ve worked at Margie Ruddick Landscape, a boutique landscape design office with top-notch ambition. I learned about reading landscapes, thinking spatially and designing for the ecologies of a place. I worked on projects like eco-resorts in India, vast urban waterfronts in New York City and sustainability guidelines. Studying an environment’s peculiarities—its ecology, economy, culture and ambition—taught me new ways to be a better designer.

I’ve also worked at Wallace, Roberts and Todd, LLC (WRT), where I discovered ways to integrate visual communication with planning and landscape strategies. My capabilities grew to include environmental and ethnographic research, program development, mapping and visualizations, site design, communications design and management on projects ranging from national parks to green stormwater infrastructure design. I became the first art director within the planning and urban design practice, driving the communication of complex design and planning issues from the beginning of a project through to its final documentation. My approach helped to facilitate many nationally recognized projects, and ultimately, I helped to build the planning practice to include place-branding strategies and innovative methods that broke through the traditional boundaries of planning. In 2008, I became an Associate and built the visual communications practice to include fulltime graphic design staff.

I have had an ongoing role within the industrial design program at the University of the Arts as a guest critic and lecturer, and also as an adjunct professor of two-dimensional design techniques.

In 2010, I launched my independent communications design practice, and I continue to work with pioneers in planning and design to communicate their issues and ideas.


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Get in touch! Email me at andee@andeemazzocco.com or call me at (215) 880-4406.

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