I’ve spoken a lot this year, and here are some of the places.
Motorcycle Industry Council
I spoke at the Motorcycle Industry Council’s 2017 annual meeting this November in Carson, California (near Los Angeles). Read my review here.
I talked about Museum Hack and our experience attracting new visitors and customers to cultural organizations. I also spoke about the disruptive and innovative marketing techniques we use to bring in new audiences.
Historic Charleston Foundation
I spoke at the Charleston Museum on February 27th about my TEDx talk, Museum Hack, gave a Q&A, and some free hi-fives. I made two short videos about my weekend in Charleston, you can watch them both here.
AAM in St Louis
I gave a keynote speech and presentation for the Art Museum Marketing Association (AMMA) meeting the day before AAM started.
AMMA asked me to make an hour-long presentation to their senior members before AAM. I spoke with my colleague Ethan Angelica about Museum Hack, how we got started, and the impact we’re making. We also shared some of our special social media strategies.
Texas Association of Museums
The weekend of April 4th, my colleague Ethan and I went to Texas for TAM2017.
I was a guest on a Stacklist Panel in NYC this spring. I spoke with three other founders on how to approach HR at a startup.
I was a guest speaker at QCFF-iD in Quebec City from Sept 20th to 21st. It was one of my most recent speaking engagements. It was a great group but somewhat difficult as I was the only English speaker. You can see my full write-up on this blog post, including my favorite museums there.
I spoke at SumoCon 2017 in Austin, Texas in the beginning of October. I really loved meeting fellow entrepreneurs at SumoCon, speaking about Museum Hack and meeting a sumo wrestling champion. Check out my notes and SumoCon review here.
Murdock Society of the Wichita Art Museum
October 5, 2017, I was a Murdock Society speaker. I spoke about what inspired me to start Museum Hack and how museum culture is evolving.
Other Media Appearances
I was featured on a popular Brazilian TV show about the Future of Work and Art and Technology.
The Future of Work
This segment explores how the internet has changed the way we work. It also touches on unpaid work in creative industries.
Art And Technology
In this episode, host Ronaldo Lemo discusses how art is impacted by technology.