Partners & Affiliates

Partners & Affiliates

Partners help us tell your story and affiliates help us reach people with stories to tell. 

Partners

Actus Audio

Actus Audio

Houston, Texas

Actus Audio exists to speak to both the head and heart of every museum visitor-one story at a time. Actus Audio believes everyone yearns to understand the world around them and understanding museums is a big and empowering part of that. Actus Audio was created with the goal of having explanations for all objects at all museums, accessible to all people.

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Audissey Guides

Audissey Guides

Audissey Guides helps you re-discover what you and your organization are really about. And then they help you communicate that story to the world. The Audissey Guides team has worked with historic sites, boutique hotels, major cities, businesses and individuals to tell their stories through video productions, digital media and smartphone apps.

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BTM Marketing Ltd

BTM Marketing Ltd

Auckland, New Zealand

BTM specializes in translations and marketing services for a range of industries, and have an extended range of tourism-related services. Their unique feature is that they are a marketing agency that focuses on non-English speaking markets. BTM doesn't just focus on the words when they translate, they focus on the ‘message’ that their clients are aiming to convey.

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Lantern Audio

Lantern Audio

Atlanta, Georgia

Lantern Audio Productions is an award-winning audio and multimedia production company. With experts in every step of the process from recording, sound design, creation of sound effects, full ADR, sound editing, audio mixing, and mastering.

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The Tadpole Group

The Tadpole Group

Salt Lake City, Utah

The Tadpole Group is a specialized team of talented experts focused on the power of “Infotainment”, Entertaining Information. As a team, this group has focused on the use of stories implemented in specialized applications in the travel and leisure entertainment industries.

Affiliates

Association of African American Museums

Association of African American Museums

Washington, DC

The Association of African American Museums (AAAM) is a non-profit member organization established to support African and African American focused museums nationally and internationally, as well as the professionals who protect, preserve and interpret African and African American art, history and culture.

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Association of Midwest Museums

Association of Midwest Museums

Fishers, Indiana

Since its founding in 1927, the Association of Midwest Museums (AMM) has sought to connect museums across the eight-state region of the Midwest, including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Their mission is to strengthen museums in the Midwest by providing nationally relevant, regionally specific programs, products, and networking opportunities. 

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Museum Association of New York

Museum Association of New York

Troy, New York

The Museum Association of New York helps shape a better future for museums and museum professionals by uplifting best practices and building organizational capacity through advocacy, training, and networking opportunities.

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National Association of Interpretation

National Association of Interpretation

Fort Collins, Colorado

The National Association for Interpretation (NAI)is a professional organization dedicated to advancing the profession of heritage interpretation, currently serving members in the United States, Canada, and over thirty other nations. Individual members include those who work at parks, museums, nature centers, zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums, historical and cultural sites, commercial tour companies, and theme parks. 

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National Digital Forum

National Digital Forum

New Zealand

NDF's purpose is to facilitate digital leadership and inspiration across the cultural sector of Aotearoa. New Zealand’s cultural sector encompasses a broad range of cultural and creative industries and activities: film, music, broadcasting, design and digital technologies, our built heritage, libraries, literature, museums and galleries, performing, and visual arts.

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Virginia Association of Museums

Virginia Association of Museums

Richmond, Virginia

VAM is governed by a twenty-four member Council. Included are directors representing geographic regions of VAM membership (Central Virginia, Mountain & Valley, Northern Virginia & DC, Southwest Virginia, and Tidewater & Eastern Shore) as well as the various disciplines of museums (Art, History, Historic Houses, Science & Nature, Specialized Audience, and University and College Museums and Galleries). Additionally, VAM council includes a director for emerging museum professionals.

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