Museum of the Bible, returning to the NRB International Christian Media Convention in February as a Platinum Sponsor, will publicly debut interactive technologies in development for the museum’s opening in Washington next year.
The 360° video employs emergent technology to provide unprecedented access to the highly anticipated Museum of the Bible construction site.
Recently community leaders, donors, government officials, and special guests have been invited inside the Museum of the Bible’s construction site – located just three blocks from the Capitol Building and two blocks from the National Mall – to take part in a “hard-hat” tour of the of the Museum of the Bible.
Fifteen months from the highly-anticipated grand opening of the Museum of the Bible in November 2017, just two blocks from the National Mall in Washington D.C., the institution is well underway taking its vast collection of biblical artifacts and academic resources on the road. The museum is announcing additional exhibit tour stops as well as academic events and lecture series to meet public demand, showcasing unique presentations at each location.
At the 2016 EventsAIR User Conference held in Sydney Australia, Centium Software awarded the 2016 Client Innovation Award for Best Marketing Communications Campaign to Museum of the Bible.
The Museum of the Bible team was recognized for their innovative use of marketing communications and event invitations supporting numerous events for the upcoming 2017 opening of the venue in Washington DC.
With the 2016 election upon us, Museum of the Bible will be launching a 7-week, fall lecture series at Oklahoma Christian University entitled, Presidential Influence: The Importance of the Bible Among America’s Greatest Leaders.
“There is no doubt that the 2016 presidential election is one of the most talked about events in our country’s modern history,” said Cary Summers, president of Museum of the Bible. “As such, we see it as a perfect opportunity to bring into the discussion an academic review of the Bible’s influence in the lives and careers of some of America’s greatest leaders.”