Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has chosen Curia, the first collaborative exhibition planning application, to serve as its exhibition planning and management system. With this step, PAMM joins other prestigious museums such as the Detroit Institute of Arts and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in using Curia to support exhibition planning and development activities.
Curia is the only application devoted specifically to exhibition planning, design, and task management. The system enables exhibition planners to enter, retain, and modify all data and media associated with an exhibition, generate planning documents and reports, assign and manage tasks, deploy and modify timelines and easily perform other necessary tasks which have proven cumbersome using traditional spreadsheets and email chains. As a cloud-based system, Curia provides all exhibition stakeholders with an always-accessible shared working environment and a “single point of truth” for complex and changeable data. The Curia system interfaces with PAMM’s TMS collection management system, providing planners with direct access to relevant collections information within the application.
“We need to align what our registrar team, curatorial team and preparation teams are doing, and we were looking for a system that would better align everything that was happening throughout the museum,” says Rafael Sotolongo , PAMM’s Director of IT. “The Curia system will do the job for us. It’s one location where the information lives, and it will make it easier for all stakeholders to see and manage what’s being done.”
The Curia team is currently executing final implementation of the PAMM Curia system.
For more information, contact Jack LaPan, Curia’s Director of Products – email@example.com