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Museo eres tú

Los museos son por y para la gente, aunque entrados en la era 2.0 y con infinidad de canales abiertos a la participación sean muy pocos los que verdaderamente están cediendo un espacio propio a los usuarios. Uno de los

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Posted in Academic and Education, en Español, Museums 2.0, Social Media, Users-Content

Sociedad civil y relaciones transatlánticas

Yesterday I attended the Seminar “Sociedad civil y relaciones transatlánticas,” organized by VIA Círculo Jefferson. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet such a fantastic group of people and chatting with them about our common experiences in US. I was

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Posted in España-USA, Fulbright, in English

Digital Death, una lección de captación de fondos impulsada por una ONL

La crisis ha llegado al primer mundo. No es que éste antes careciera de graves problemas merecedores de una acción social urgente, sino que “la crisis” se llama de tal manera porque ha atacado de lleno a empresas y a

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Posted in Fundraising, Nonprofits, Social Good, Social Media

What Museums Say… about Seattle Art Museum

This post is the first one in English of the series “Lo que los museos dicen…”, which in its English version is called, “What Museums Say…” This section shows a different point of view to the so called “User Generated

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Posted in Museums 2.0, Sociable Museums, Social Media, Users-Content, What Museums Say...

Fulbright photo of the month

  After my intensive course of International Cultural Policies at Columbia University you can see me here in a plane, with my very Spanish fan, and heading to Chicago to spend my Summer Term. I was travelling to take a

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Posted in España-USA, Fulbright

Providing ‘Free’ Digital Images to Scholars: Met, ARTstor and Accessibility to Online Art Collections

Past March 12, 2007, The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced on its website, a “pioneering initiative to provide digital images to scholars at no charge.” This announcement has been immediately spread by the scholar blogosphere, as for example in the

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Posted in Academic and Education, Copyrights, Museum Professionals, Online Collections, Sociable Museums

Proporcionando imágenes digitales “gratis” a académicos: MET, ARTstor y accesibilidad a colecciones de arte en internet

El pasado 12 de marzo de 2007 el Metropolitan Museum of Art de Nueva York anunciaba en su página web una “inicitativa pionera para proporcionar imágenes digitales libres de coste a académicos”. Este anuncio ha sido inmediatamente difundido en la

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Posted in Academic and Education, Copyrights, Museum Professionals, Online Collections, Sociable Museums
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 ( 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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