[OpenGLAM] Using Open Content in the New Sound and Vision Exhibition

Maarten Brinkerink mbrinkerink at beeldengeluid.nl
Thu Oct 8 11:05:58 UTC 2015

Dear all,

My colleague Lotte Belice Baltussen curated and reused open content for a new exhibition in our museum. She wrote a nice blog post about it: https://www.beeldengeluid.nl/en/blogs/research-amp-development-en/201510/using-open-content-new-sound-and-vision-exhibition <https://www.beeldengeluid.nl/en/blogs/research-amp-development-en/201510/using-open-content-new-sound-and-vision-exhibition>

From the intro:

This year, the Dutch public radio station 3FM celebrates its 50th anniversary. The first broadcast of the station - then still called Hilversum 3 - took place on 11 October 1965. From the start, the station focussed on pop and rock music, later supplemented with electronic, house and dance music. The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision marks this anniversary with a dedicated temporary exhibition, 3FM presents: Your Serious Radio. The exhibition focusses on the importance of music and radio in your teen years. It does so through showcasing DJs from all eras of 3FM, featuring hits and radio jingles from the 1960s to now, and by letting the visitors experience what it’s like to produce a radio show.

In the blogpost she goes on to explain how the open content was utilized for a video mapping interactive in the exhibit.

Have a nice read!


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