Out Loud is The Andy Warhol Museum's inclusive audio guide. Learn about the life and art of pop artist Andy Warhol through different stories and a variety of voices, such as scholars, curators, and members of Warhol’s family.
Out Loud is designed to be inclusive of users across abilities. For users who are blind or have low vision, the app is screen reader-optimized and offers enlargeable text. At the museum, Out Loud uses bluetooth low-energy beacons to show visitors stories based on their location. Also onsite, narrated guided tactile experiences guide visitors through tactile reproductions of a selection of Warhol artworks for visitors to understand their composition through touch.
Out Loud is available for download on iOS devices from the App Store, and is available onsite at The Warhol. Ask at the admissions desk to borrow a device for free.
Accessibility initiatives at The Warhol are generously supported by Allegheny Regional Asset District, The Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust, and the FISA Foundation in honor of Dr. Mary Margaret Kimmel.
During his lifetime, Warhol made 610 Time Capsules filled with objects and mementos he obsessively collected. Unboxed is an interactive experience that allows you to build digital time capsules based on your visit to The Warhol.
Using one of our iOS devices, collect artworks on view at the museum to include in your collection. At the end of your visit, you will receive an email link to your virtual time capsule. You can also purchase a time capsule at The Warhol Store related to works you collected.
Unboxed is available onsite at The Warhol. Ask at the admissions desk to borrow a device for free.
This project was made possible through the support of The Hillman Foundation and an anonymous donor.
The Warhol: DIY POP
Create your own digital silkscreen print, just like Andy Warhol would have with the Warhol: D.I.Y. POP app from The Andy Warhol Museum.
Using your built-in camera or a photo from your library as source material, you’ll learn the Warhol process step by step. Crop. Expose. Underpaint. Share. And print a virtual silkscreen. While you’re at it, meet artists and curators from The Warhol who demonstrate silkscreen printing and give you inside information on Warhol and his art. Learn more about The Andy Warhol Museum and connect with us all over the web.
This project was produced in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Software Engineering program.
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