14 March 2022
#ArtCentrica, #Arte, #edtech, #SXSW, #SXSWEDU, SXSW2022
From the 7th to the 10th of March we attended SXSW EDU EXPO new edition, the Austin TX international festival, which brings together the companies of the digital world committed to the development of innovative solutions to improve the world of learning and education.
Every year the conference generate a strong following among entrepreneurs and web workers, helping to give more and more space to emerging digital technologies. It was a great opportunity for our company, which was able to make itself known even more.
From our booth we gave visitors of the fair the opportunity to become acquainted with ArtCentrica, the innovative cloud service for the EdTech sector, which brings Art to schools and universities around the world with a business model that rewards museums coffers.
Given the historical period we are experiencing, the digital transformation of culture assumes a fundamental role, becoming an urgent need. Therefore, guaranteeing access to cultural heritage online, and helping young people in the development of soft skills through innovative tools – starting from educational contexts – is crucial for the future of all of us.
We want also to thank friends and partner who came to see us during SXSW EDU.
A huge thank you to Fernando Valenzuela Migoya, with witch we talked about how ArtCentrica can bring a new experience with Art in schools and Universities in Mexico.
Thank you to Mike Campbell and Barbara diSioudi from Advancing Global EDU Inc., with which we discussed how much ArtCentrica can empower hundreds of millions of students.
Thank you to Sebastien Torre, Nathalie Louis from CES, Ruth Baron and European American Chamber of Commerce Texas, with which we presented ArtCentrica and immersive Renaissance Experience.
Last, but not least thank you to Paul O’Brien from MediaTech Ventures, who give us the opportunity to speak about ArtCentrica and Renaissance Experience in a special interview.
ArtCentrica offers a selection of artworks from the Uffizi Galleries, Brera Museum, MET, Rijksmuseum, Central Institute for Graphics, Museo Egizio, Cleveland Museum of Art, Finnish National Museum, Reims, SMK (Statens Museum for Kunst), Staedel Museum and 30 Florentine Views!
No additional costs are applied at the end of the free trial period.