The Prado Museum’s digital project, The Prado in the Web, developed with technology, obtains two awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences has developed and established the technology behind The Prado Museum’s digital project. The new website was launched on December 10, 2015, being the first time that The Prado Museum made use of a Knowledge Graph. The Graph connects more than 11,000 works of art, 2,000 artists, and 20,000 resources from its collection. Plus, this content is also enriched by the knowledge assets of the museum. This project has just been awarded two ‘Webby Awards’ – ‘The Oscars of the Internet’ – a prize that is given by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. In the category of Cultural Institutions, the museum’s website has earned recognition from not only the Academy—in the form of a ‘Webby’—but also from the public in the form of ‘The Webby People’s Voice Award.’

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