How many people have watched our online tours and what online projects do we need today?
During the lockdown, we all got used to online events. Interviews, live broadcasts, performances, tours, virtual tours — culture and the audience met and efficiently “lived” these days on the Internet. About 20,000 people watched the play tour “Night at the Exhibition” and a video tour of the exhibition “Faces of War”, the premiere of which took place in May in the park’s social media accounts and on the YouTube channel. If you have not seen these projects, follow these links:
Play tour “Night at the Exhibition”: https://youtu.be/jDam2ELEJ-w
Video tour of the exhibition “Faces of War” https://youtu.be/DoSzjEfQuUY
Now it is very important for all parks, museums and theaters of the city to communicate with the audience and understand their preferences. What do people want to see at an online exhibition or at a virtual tour? What online means of communication are available today, and what else can be created?
To answer these questions, there was created the Culture Online project. It will be placed on the crowdsourcing platform of the Moscow Government from June 22 to 30. The project will be dedicated to the development of the interactive capabilities of cultural institutions in order to make the cultural life of the capital even more interesting, accessible and eventful.
Anyone can offer ideas for online content in the field of culture, create a list of ideas for service development of parks, museums, theaters, discuss new cultural activities online, and take part in surveys. The most popular ideas will be implemented by the city.
Registration in the project is already open: https://crowd.mos.ru