ArtBabble: The New Destination for Art Videos

This week, ArtBabble, a new video website for the museum & art world, opened its virtual doors. Created by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, ArtBabble brings together videos from various arts institutions (MoMA, SFMOMA, PBS, the New Public Library, etc) and presents them to users in a clean, organized way. The footage, often produced in high definition, features interviews with artists and curators, documentaries and art installation videos. And, collectively, they give you a more direct way to “experience the life of museums.” To learn more about ArtBabble, you can read a piece in The NY Times.

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