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What projects are we currently working on

We always have clients who have recently signed and are still developing their tours, and working on adding more interaction. We like to keep you up to date and show you which new and challenging projects we are working on.

Jewish Museum Berlin, Germany

Collection about 2000 years of German-Jewish history

Starting from December we will be providing the audio guides for the special exhibition “Jerusalem” and for the permanent collection 2 year renewal-phase. The museum is located in Daniel Liebeskind’s architectural masterpiece and has firmly established itself as one of Berlin’s most recognizable landmarks.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston TX USA

A fashionable audio guide

We are thrilled to bring our Podcatchers to Texas to coincide with the launch of ‘The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta’ exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. This iconic institution plays host to a historic overview of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's work which will showcase ensembles drawn from the late couturier's corporate and personal archives. Selections of day wear and evening wear will highlight recurring themes in de la Renta's work.

New York Historical Society, New York USA

Exhibition about the Vietnam War

We are excited to be offering our Podcatchers this fall at this groundbreaking exhibition on one of the most controversial events of the 20th century: The Vietnam War. This fascinating museum & library is located on Central Park West in Manhattan. The Podcatchers will be used for both traditional audio stops along with a number of places along the tour where the players will play audio that is synced with video's in the gallery.

Groeningemuseum, Bruges Belgium

Pieter Pourbus and the forgotten Masters

The Groeningemuseum houses a comprehensive survey of six centuries of Flemish and Belgian paintings by well-known and lesser-known artists. Pieter Pourbus is one of these forgotten masters. He created, for example, The Last Judgement, a work for the administrative country house of the Brugse Vrije castellany in 1551, but he also painted striking portraits of leading families. Besides works of art from Pourbus the exhibition holds many surprises in store for you. Guide ID is delighted that the Groeningemuseum has chosen the Podcatcher audio guide for this extraordinary exhibition which will be on show from 13 October - 18 January 2018.

De Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam NL

We Have a Dream

This is an exhibition about three world-renowned figures who profoundly influenced the course of the twentieth century: Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela. Experience their world, the injustice and the hope, the great moments in history and their personal journeys. This exhibition is a treasure trove of audio and visual exhibits and features iconic objects that were owned by each of these great leaders. The exhibition runs from 16 September 2017 to 4 February 2018.

Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra Portugal

Magical castle and gardens

The Quinta da Regaleira is a decorative 20th century residence that is situated in the town of Sintra, near Lisbon. The grand house is split over five floors and has an ornate gothic façade, but the real attraction is to the rear with the enchanting gardens. The gardens of the Quinta da Regaleira were styled to represent ancient secret orders, with hidden tunnels and concealed symbolism. The tour is offered in several languages and for blind visitors there is a special audiotour as well. Take an audiotour and discover the wonders of this magical place.

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield CT, USA

Contemporary art in Connecticut

In the United States we will soon be launching an audio guide for two new exhibitions at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. This museum, located in Ridgefield, CT is the only museum in Connecticut devoted exclusively to contemporary art. The two exhibitions are Anissa Mack's "Junk Kaleidoscope" and Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley's "Your Turn" which will run from October 1, 2017 through April 22, 2018.

Museum Park Abbey, Leuven Belgium

PARCUM: Where art, religion and culture meet

From 25 October 2017 you can visit a brand-new museum in Leuven. The newly renovated Park Abbey halls will host PARCUM, a place where religion, art and culture meet and interact. This wonderful project will use the Podcatcher for their audiotour.