Published in Digital Storytelling Festival
·May 31
10 fantastic open access Indian heritage collections
Image: Krishna and his family admire a Solar Eclipse , folio from a Bhagavata Purana (detail) India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra, 1775–80, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, CC0]
A compilation by Douglas McCarthy and Medhavi Gandhi
India’s remarkable cultural heritage features in the collections of museums around the world. Here are ten of our favourite open access digital collections — free to download, reuse and remix to your heart’s content. If we missed any, let us know in the comments!
1 . The Cleveland Museum of Art
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Published in Digital Storytelling Festival
·May 11
‘Instagram-style’ stories : for the Web
What if you could make your Insta-stories last for more than 24 hours? What if you could make them reach more people or those who don’t follow you on social media? Newsroom AI makes it possible.
The Web-Stories format allows creators to publish audio, video, images and even add interactive elements (like polls and quizzes).
This engaging content format offers great potential for museums and cultural institutions.
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