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What a Content Curator Needs To Know: How, Tools, Issues and Strategy
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Curate Your Art Collection with Pictify

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Robin Good: Pictify is a new web-based curation service which allows you to put together, publish and share, visual art collection of any kind.

This is a great tool for those in love with art, as much as for those who need to organize, present and promote artists' work.

At Pictify, most curated collections are built around paintings, sculptures, photography and drawings created by users who are passionate about a specific artist, genre or historical time. 

But Pictify offers a tremendous opportunity to museums and art gallery owners, managers and curators, as it offers them an easy way to showcase their existing collections as well as upcoming ones.

From the official site: "As a gallery or museum you can feature your artists and the works in your collection on Pictify. You can show individual art works, preview an upcoming exhibition, and organise works in albums by artist or medium."

P.S.: Just like, Pictify is a specialized content curation service catering to a specific type of content and user interested in art. Much less generic than Pinterest, and much more focused on a specific area.

Expect more special-interest curation sites to emerge soon in other fields.

The service is free to use.

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Contemporary Art Curation with

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Robin Good: Kapsul is a web-based platform for the collaborative creation and editing of contemporary art images, and other art-oriented, visual artworks.

Kapsul allows you to easily add any image, text, PDF, video or artist information to any Kapsul, either manually or via a dedicated bookmarklet.

From the official site: "Kapsul is a platform for collaboratively creating collections of images, videos, and texts online.

Kapsul aims to help contemporary art curators, artists, educators, and enthusiasts find, organize, and share elements of visual culture in collaborative units called Kapsuls.

Kapsuls can be used for planning exhibitions, organizing research, making presentations, or publishing soft exhibitions online.

Kapsul is a project of the Kadist Art Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco and Paris..."

Kapsul collections can be made "private" or "public". A special "share link" can be used to invite other people who you want to contribute to your collections.

Free to use. 

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