The Guggenheim Bilbao is open to the public online through digital displays of art and digital tours through the museum.
The Guggenheim Bilbao provides a website and social media channel to bring the collection of the museum online and to connect with artists and art enthusiasts. The Guggenheim Bilbao posts videos and high-resolution images of art works on social media - with the hashtag #guggenheimbilbaolive - and on the website through the Google Arts & Culture platform with street view. The museum also provides a community forum through Facebook, Twitter and Google.
While the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum has been closed to visitors during the pandemic, staff members have continued to work internally in order to accompany the public by increasing the online content about the art program and offering it through their website and social media.
Cultural open data is uploaded in the form of high-resolution images of art and the collaboration with Google street view service. In this manner, everyone can access the cultural open data online and enjoy the art of the museum.
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