How this website works
A vademecum to master all My Art Guides tools in order to explore this website in the best way.
My Art Guides delivers free contents and information to its web visitors. However, in order to access My Art Guides special features we require users to subscribe to our website. Registered users can customise their navigation experience and create their own wall feed in order to “live” the contemporary art scene depending on what suits them best.
To subscribe, My Art Guides users must complete their profile by filling in a form where they can specify non-mandatory information that may look “sensible”, such as phone number, profession, and employing company. The reason we ask for this data is to give users the possibility to RSVP to events organised by museums, galleries, and other art spaces (this feature is coming soon).
By simply clicking the Follow button on an Art Space, People, Destination or Fair/Biennial page, registered users will automatically receive related updates on their dashboard.
– Users following an Art Gallery will visualise on their wall all the current exhibitions hosted by that gallery, news on its new projects, interviews to its represented artists, and much more.
– Users following a Destination will visualise on their wall news on all the current exhibitions in the art spaces of that destination, and news related to people, art spaces and new venues opening in that area, and much more.
Registered users can create their own customised My Art Guides for their favourite Destinations or Fairs/Biennials. Simply dragging & dropping or clicking on + My Art Guide buttons, users can add Art Spaces, Exhibitions, Restaurants, Shops, and Hotels to their own guide and build their personal tool to travel the contemporary art world.
Each My Art Guide is automatically synchronised with the iOS or Android App so that users can practically access information while travelling and visiting Destinations or Fairs and Biennials.
Each My Art Guide is completely editable and updatable giving users the freedom to change the guide’s name and cover picture, and to share the guide with friends, or to download it as PDF or print it.