Podcasts for the People

Feature

Friday, August 31, 2007

Remember the old museum audio tours? The big clunky tape recorder slung over your shoulder, telling you to visit the artwork in a strict sequential order? Times have changed. Today’s audio equipment is elegant, like handheld wands with no cords to get tangled up in. And because it’s digital, you can skip around easily. But for lots of art lovers, that’s not enough. The MP3 age is shaking up the form and content of museum tours, and we sent Aimee Rinehart to find out how.

Contributors:

Aimee Rinehart

Comments [2]

Beth Harris from www.smARThistory.us

Our site has moved. Please visit www.smarthistory.us from now on!

Jun. 06 2008 01:42 PM
Steven Zucker from New York City

A big thank you to Aimee Rinehart and Kurt Andersen for including Beth Harris and me in "Podcasts for the People." If anyone is interested in hearing more of what we do, please visit: smARThistory.org/blog

Aug. 31 2007 05:59 PM

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