Posts Tagged: Wided Khadraoui

COVID-19: An Opportunity to Revolutionize the Arts, Part 2

This three-part series by returning author Wided Khadraoui tackles how the coronavirus pandemic has presented an unparalleled opportunity for museum leaders to implement decisive and necessary change to the arts sector through the use of digital engagement, and considers how the digital sphere can better serve broader audiences every day, rather than just during a… Read more »

Technology is Not the Silver Bullet for Museums: Part II

Returning contributing blogger Wided Khadraoui currently works with Art Processors, an experiential design consultancy specializing in museum spaces, in marketing and business strategy. She previously managed a commercial art space for four years. She holds a MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics, and a MA from Central Saint Martins in Arts… Read more »

On Technology and Curating in the Digital World

VoCA, Digital World, African Art, Wided Khadraoui

This week’s contributing author, Wided Rihana Khadraoui, is an Algerian-American writer and curator. Her interests lie at the intersection of cultural representation, arts, and politics, and she conducts research in the increased engagement and access for traditionally marginalized groups in the creative sector. She has a MSc in Comparative Politics from the LSE, and is currently studying… Read more »