Raluca Bem Neamu has a B.A. in History and Theory of Art and a M.A. in Audio-Video Communication. She also graduated from a professional international training in cultural management and from the summer school for museum professionals at New York University. For more than 10 years she was the head of the Education, Public Relations and Cultural Projects Department of the National Museum of Art of Romania. In 2011 she founded the Da´DeCe (I Wonder Why) association with the mission to unlock cultural institutions to a rather unusual public: families with very small children. She is interested in innovative ways to make museums more attractive for the public.
Using the data obtained through extensive analyses on a national barometer on cultural consume in Romania (http://www.culturadata.ro/en/the-cultural-consumption-barometer/), the team developed a further study about the level of using technology by the big museums in Romania reflected in their own websites and social media pages. Starting from the former analyzes about the distribution of visitors on age categories in big museums in Bucharest, and about the domestic network of electronic cultural goods and domestic cultural goods, the present analyze examines some items such as:
• the interactivity level of using the websites,
• the virtual technology and applications proposed by the museums for their audience in situ or on their website