>The State of the Museum Blogosphere

>We just knew via Ideum that the study “Radical Trust: The State of the Museum Blogosphere,” which will be presented by Sebastian Chan and Jim Spadaccini at Museums and the Web 2007 in San Francisco, is now available online.

As part of the Museum Bloggers Community, e-artcasting want to thank this interesting analysis to its authors and encourage all museum bloggers to read it. We have found there very interesting feedback and some insights to think about.

To those attending the lecture, please do not forget to join us in a meet up of museum bloggers just after it.

See you there!


Interesada en los contenidos y en las personas.

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Pilar Gonzalo

Cultural manager with solid experience in strategic planning and executive management of international teams, both from public and private sector, businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Specialized in cultural communication and facilitation strategies for online communities and organizations and deeply focused and involved on fostering cultural policies of good governance, accountability, results measurement and responsible finances in Spanish cultural organizations.

Currently, Director of the Forum of Culture and Best Practices in Spain (www.culturaybuenaspracticas.org) Also, working for Reina Sofía Museum at the Communication Department and teaching at Cátedra Inditex. Master in Social Responsibility. La Coruña University.

Formerly, Excecutive Director of Institute of Contemporary Art (IAC) and lamusediffuse.


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