Frequently Asked Questions - General
ArtBabble was conceived, initiated, designed, built, sculpted, programmed, shot, edited, painted and launched by a cross-departmental collection of individuals at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). It is intended to showcase video art content in high quality format from a variety of sources and perspectives.
ArtBabble was created so others will join in spreading the world of art through video.
noun; verb (used without object) -bled, -bling
1. free flowing conversation, about art, for anyone.
2. a place where everyone is invited to join an open, ongoing discussion - no art degree required.
A note is a quick resource for you, the viewer, available directly to the right of the video player on ArtBabble. ArtBabble Notes give you more information about the content of the video you are currently watching. You will find links to other ArtBabble videos, YouTube videos, relevant websites, wikipedia entries, related books on Amazon, or works of art in the Indianapolis Museum of Art's collection. You never know what interesting information you might learn about on ArtBabble!
Series are similar to your favorite gallery. They are preselected groups of videos which has been curated by museum staff. These are not categorized by keywords, but instead are grouped according to themes or ideas. Let us know if you enjoy what we have put together for you!
We are currently not accepting video ideas, but please feel free to comment to your heart's content. That is the true meaning of Babble On!
If you represent an art museum or institution and would like to talk to us about ArtBabble, please contact us by e-mail, at email@example.com. Babble On.
ArtBabble is not currently setup for user videos. You can setup your profile with a user picture and information about your favorite videos and quotes from ArtBabble.
They are so good!
ArtBabble videos are handcrafted just for you by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. ArtBabble plans to add more videos from other leading institutions. Hold your horses!