Jan 30, 2012 at 2:48 pm in News by Tim Wilson
Project Manager, Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV)
Three –year fixed term post.
Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV) is a network of 10 visual and performing arts centres in Lincolnshire, established to create a more coherent arts offer across a large and predominately rural county.
In just two years, LOV has grown a successful commissioning, marketing and resource development infrastructure and has been awarded NPO status by Arts Council England.
Now, with support from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, LOV seeks a skilful and imaginative Project Manager [read more →]
Jan 26, 2012 at 11:20 am in News by Tim Wilson
Plans that would see 90% of Lincolnshire properties receive broadband speeds of at least 24Mbps by 2015 have been given the green light.
The County Council’s proposal aims to provide 2Mbps connections to the other 10%, which would be able to enjoy faster connections by 2017.
County Councillor Kelly Smith said: “This isn’t a luxury – that’s why the county council is investing £10m in this project, despite the difficult financial climate.
“The next five years will see around £57 million [read more →]
Jan 25, 2012 at 1:20 pm in Digital Events, News by Tim Wilson
Think Digital for Creative Businesses
If you are a creative, cultural or heritage business based in East Lindsey, Boston or Lincoln City, please join Kind of Digital for a series of workshops exploring five themes which will harness you with the power of digital for your business.
How can digital really help your creative business? We will explain how in plain English through a series of FREE three-hour workshops at locations in Louth, Mabelthorpe and Skegness. Hurry – book now by [read more →]
Jan 18, 2012 at 7:46 pm in Digital Heritage by Fraser Henderson
Call for Proposals
Issue 117: Radical Histories in Digital Culture
Abstract Deadline: due January 31, 2012
The Radical History Review seeks submissions for an issue that will explore the political and historical implications of the accelerated proliferation of digital culture in the first decade of the 21st century.
We are now in the midst of a dramatic cultural and political change as digital culture in the form of personal communication devices, online social networking sites, instant mass messaging, multiuser video games, and numerous other [read more →]
Jan 16, 2012 at 11:08 am in Digital Arts by Tim Wilson
Excellent opportunity from Happenstance here. The Site Gallery, Sheffield in partnership with Spike Island (Bristol) and Lighthouse (Brighton) are inviting applications for resident technologists to join them for a twelve-week period from March to June 2012.
There are vacancies for two residents at each location; applicants may apply individually or in a team.
Each resident will be paid a bursary of £8,000 (inclusive) with an additional £1,000 to cover expenses and materials. This will be paid in two instalments: the first in [read more →]