Create and publish audioguides right in the app. Audioguides from an expert is an efficient way to mediate between an artist, their work, and the viewer
Upload studio-quality records or use built-in mic right in the app
An audioguide complements the work of a human guide – everybody can get answers at any point
The curator's opinion often interests both visitors and the press – share it via the app
You can make the exhibition visually minimalistic substituting artists' texts with audio
Visitors can revert to audio as many times as they need from anywhere in the world
Share the exhibition on social media and give your subscribers access to it to promote the event
Published audioguides remain available online as long as you need them to and may be revisited for research purposes later
sign up and get an expert account in our app, then create a new exhibition or find an existing one
upload the cover pic, description, and artwork images or add the missing artworks to the existing ones
navigate to "My Audioguides" in the app, find the exhibition and open the specific artwork, then use the phone mic to add audio live or upload the existing audio
tell about the exhibition with audioguides to the potential viewers by sharing the exhibition in your social feeds
You can become a creator if you have the expert account. Anybody can listen to audioguides.
Ariapp is currently in an invite-only period for creators. If you are a curator, art historian or artist and would like to use the app for creating audioguides now, please, create a regular personal account and let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re using the invite-only period to make improvements, launch more features. We have a lot more in store, still, so keep an eye out.
When your account gets an expert status, an additional functionality for recording audioguides will appear in the application, and we'll send you detailed instructions.
You can share the link to the exhibition in Ariapp in social media. You can download our Promo-Kit and use branded stickers and forms.