Overview of publishing options
Expand the sections below to learn about the publishing options available:Create a new Website to host your content
If you don't already have a website, or if you'd like to create a new section on your existing website to exhibit your content, this option may suit you.
In a few simple steps: create a site, choose exhibits and items to include, and customize the style to suit your content. No web design experience is necessary.
Your site will be hosted free of charge on a web address such as "your-gallery-name.culturalspot.org". You can optionally publish the site using your own domain; for example, if you own "example.org" you could publish your site under "gallery.example.org"
Benefit from the powerful zoom and exhibit viewer, directly on an existing website or blog. Embed specific items and exhibits in a similar way to how YouTube videos can be added onto web pages.
You control which items and exhibits may be embedded, and the websites that are allowed to embed them.
Basic web design knowledge is required; you'll need to copy and paste a code snippet into the source code of your website or blog.
Publish your exhibits to an automatically generated mobile application, compatible with Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later versions. No need to worry about app development, we've taken care of that part for you. You may optionally provide your institution's logo and other graphics to customize the app's look and feel.
After creating the app, choose specific exhibits to display within it.
You can then download the app file, install it on your own device(s), and distribute it via Google Play.
Allow your items and exhibits to be shared with Chromecast users. Backdrop for Chromecast displays beautiful ambient content on users’ TVs when they’re not actively casting other content.
Work closely with your contact at the Google Cultural Institute to make your cultural content accessible to all on the Cultural Institute website