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Bringing art to the Snapchat generation

Say you’ve got some content, and say you’d like to reach new audiences beyond your usual and encourage them to engage with your institution – social media might be the way you’d go. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been doing just that, and even though their content is a tremendously varied body of art work spanning the entirety of human endeavour, they’ve been...

Kingsley: Partick Thistle’s ray of sunshine

Scottish Premier League side Partick Thistle unveiled a new mascot this week, and social media responded with a chorus of shocked gasps and terrified shrieks. The new mascot, named Kingsley, is the product of Glasgow-based Turner Prize-nominated artist David Shrigley. Kingsley is part of a sponsorship deal with US firm Kingsford Capital Management, whose managing member Mike Wilkins is a fan of Shrigley, and decided...

‘Back of the net!’ – Chile’s Copa America bus stops turned goals

The 2015 Copa America kicked off in Chile last week and the city of Rancagua – which hosts two group games – got into the spirit by remodelling bus stops to resemble football goals, complete with netting and artificial turf. Photo via┬áREUTERS/CARLOS GARCIA RAWLINS Unfortunately for Rancagua, the city’s involvement in the tournament will be over within the first week, with the later stages held...

#letmelibrarianthatforyou

  Libraries have a tough job justifying their place in a noisy modern world. The peaceful surroundings of a periodicals section, punctuated only by the sound of turning pages or gentle coughing of fellow readers, is a world away from the quick endorphin hit of social media with news feeds and notifications scrolling past our eyes. Bridging these two worlds is difficult for everyone, even if you’re...