Hosting a virtual event allowed this art museum a larger platform with viewership from across the globe.
Since its opening, Crystal Bridges has attracted 5.6 million visitors from across the world. This art museum houses some of the most iconic art pieces and architecture created. Any guest who wants to visit can explore the museum for free, with the additional option of a membership for special exhibits and visiting hours.
Crystal Bridges wanted to host an event for members and visitors for their 10-year anniversary. For an organization with this much reach, an in-person event was going to pose an immense amount of challenges and potentially distract from the vision of this celebration.
The Solution; Fully Virtual
Our team set up a master control room inside the museum but tucked away from any exhibit or high-traffic area. Through multiple lighting setups, video streaming cameras, and video switchers, our team was able to turn the art museum into a streaming studio. After carefully practicing and planning the show flow, we served their team by providing a flawless stream for all viewers.
The event succeeded in highlighting the accomplishments of the museum over the past 10 years and showcasing that to the museum’s attendees. Our team worked alongside the Crystal Bridges leadership to tell their 10-year story over a virtual platform.