DailyArt inTime Magazine

Published in - Featured & News. March 26th, 2015 988932_1533051443627685_4567515857159744713_n

Daily Art app developed by Moiseum, which every day is presenting one piece of art with a short story about it has been recommended by Time Magazine –  it is an honour for us to be a in such good company of six applications that allow you to become wiser, recommended by the prestigious magazine.

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DailyArt on Polish Design: in the Middle of exhibition

Published in - News. January 26th, 2015 10626697_822786104433371_5966739123861613519_n

DailyArt app is on display on “Polish Design: in the middle of” the exhibition in Poznań in Concordia Design.

The exhibition “Polish Design in the Middle of” has been previously presented during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. Now you can see visit it in Concordia Design from February 19 to March 3 of 2015. Curator of the exhibition is Izabela Bołoz. The exhibition is a collaboration with culture.pl – as part of …

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DailyArt presents: Europeana collecton

Published in - News. January 8th, 2015 ad

DailyArt is working together with Europeana to bring a selection of the collections found in Europeana to your smartphones and tablets. DailyArt is a free app that publishes one different piece of art every day. But that’s not all – with each update users of DailyArt receive additional information about the artwork; usually a description, where it was created and information about the artist.

To kick off 2015 DailyArt will be regularly featuring …

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Metamuzeum is coming to Krakow again

Published in - News. October 28th, 2014 Screen Shot 2014-10-28 at 12.06.35

Metamuzeum is coming back to Krakow!

October 21st, on Tuesday, at 19:00, at Artefakt Cafe.

The idea of metamuzeum is simple – once in a while curators meet in a nice place with good drinks to get to know, gossip and talk. By the way, we invite a guest from the industry, who tells the story of a good project or talk about new trends in museology or a professional trends.

More info can be …

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