Category: Digital

Keep on coloring!

Combine the recent all-ages craze for coloring with the exploration of digitized cultural heritage and you understand why I love #ColorOurCollections. #ColorOurCollections is a week-long coloring fest on social media organized by libraries, museums and other cultural institutions around the world. Using materials from their…

November rain? Survive it with ABC’s DIY-booklet

ABC (ART BASICS for CHILDREN) is a non-profit organisation on the borderline between the arts and education. Beside the ABC-house in Brussels and mobile studios on various themes, ABC is establishing an international creative resource library for schools, museums, individuals and socio-cultural and artistic organizations.…

PA-TA-TAP

This spring we’re in love with the artists’ inspired app PATATAP. The beautiful sound game is available both for iOS and Android (we paid 0,99 EURO) or online for free. Designer Jono Brandel created it in collaboration with Japanese duo LULLATONE and is using the app in live performances and installations, e.g. this year at the 18th Japan…

Koons for kids: Jeff-related activities to do at home

The Whitney Museum of American Art seems to have one of the most and best educational programs and materials related to Modern and contemporary art. For its recent Jeff Koons retrospective, the educational department created a kids’ guide which offers many activities and games dealing with some of Koons’ famous artworks. The…

Bla bla bla! Munari inspired app wants your sounds

The sound reactive iOS app “Bla Bla Bla” (2011) is still one of my favorites for toddlers, graphic design enthusiasts and anyone who loves or needs sensory activities. The free application has a very simple interface, offering 16 sketchy black and white faces which react with their expression to your…