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Chad Weinard
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Chad Weinard 21h
Thrilled that has joined the WCMA Digital team as a DH postdoc! ✨Check out her recap of the
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Chad Weinard Aug 14
Replying to @AlisonGilchrest
Gratitude and warm wishes!
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Chad Weinard Aug 14
Also important for this thread (maybe?). "Print" is actually "digital" until it goes to the printer at the very last step (Of course, but sometimes fun to see that soak in)
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Chad Weinard Aug 14
Replying to @ErisuEEE
It hurts to hear it, but at many museums the print pub drives event and marketing workflows i.e. need to plan now to get it in the magazine (and then the web)
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Chad Weinard Aug 13
Replying to @suttonkoeser
Love these charters! (Also really interested in Sheets as a lightweight relational database)
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Chad Weinard Aug 10
Interesting! Thanks
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Chad Weinard Aug 10
Replying to @AnneLuthera
Oooo yes visual rhetoric in data viz (visualization rhetoric?) is a fascinating topic! I've been interested in creative uses of data, essentially expressing data so as to emphasize its texture, historicity, absences, humanity, and so de-stabilize its 'truth'
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Chad Weinard Aug 8
Replying to @kmpmurphy @wcmaart
I read that as "Car Accident" at first and was so impressed you killed two birds...
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Chad Weinard Aug 7
Replying to @thenewpopup
Yes! Curiosity got the best of me. Seems like an opportunity to think through the emerging now/receding forever that is
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Chad Weinard Aug 6
Thrilled to be presenting at on 🏛️museums + ⚒️infrastructure + ✨innovation ... fingers crossed for a 🌐logo 👕tshirt...
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Aug 6
"It comes / Unadorned / Like a phrase / Strong enough to cast a spell;" Today we celebrate Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author . Explore her only book of poetry, “Five Poems” (2002), illustrated by Kara Walker:
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Chad Weinard Aug 6
Replying to @MeaganEstep
Congrats Meagan! You've done brilliant work and you've made an impact, bigger than you know. (Excited that you'll flourish as a teacher!)
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Tord Nilsen Aug 6
-"Much more can be done at a cultural organisation when you have software builders under its roof" Hear, hear! “Inside a New Museum (Part 1): Digging Into Data” by George Oates
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Monica Maceli Aug 5
Computer Science Could Learn A Lot From Library And Information Science
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masha turchinsky Aug 5
Smaller and regional museums are pushing boundaries across the US. That’s where I am finding some of the most exciting ideas, genuine change, and programs I admire. Too few arts writers veer off same, predictable checklist, but visitors are figuring it out for themselves.
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Chad Weinard Aug 5
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Chad Weinard Aug 4
Wishing art museums would give voice to their artists and collections
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Chad Weinard Aug 4
Replying to @deyoungmuseum
Vito Acconci, "Bite the Bullet: Slow Guns for Sale (To Be Etched on Your American Mind)" 1977
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Chad Weinard Aug 4
Vito Acconci, "Bite the Bullet: Slow Guns for Sale (To Be Etched on Your American Mind)" 1977
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