Just came across an interesting report by The Collections Trust on the use of digital technologies in the heritage sector. A little bit old but well worth a read : http://www.hlf.org.uk/aboutus/howwework/Documents/HLF_digital_review.pdf
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Designers Resolutions….. Friday 25th May!
“Come along and join us for a night of creative inspiration, fantastic food and amazing live music from the city’s very own Spaceships Are Cool. We have 12 speakers from the cream of the creative world talking about their leap of faith through the journeys each one takes with their work, and how each artisan gets inspired and the process they go through to reach their end result. From artists to photographers, to designers and performers…. all [read more →]
Taking inspiration from Nottingham Playhouse’s production of Arnold Wesker’s Roots (23 May – 2 June) and this year’s centenary celebrations of the life and work of the father of computer science, Alan Turing, The Way Forward will examine the roots of modern technology.
An exciting group of innovative artists [read more →]
These are the social channels for The Space programme – they are all live now.
The Space programme is a new free digital arts service developed by Arts Council England in partnership with the BBC that could help to transform the way people connect with, and experience, arts and culture.
You can access The Space now at thespace.org or by viewing on connected TV or The Space channel (Freeview HD channel 117).
Building digital capacity for the arts: storytelling and pitching workshop dates
The Arts Council and BBC are running a series of workshops as part of the Building digital capacity for the arts programme.
Thee next workshops on storytelling and pitching are now open for booking. The storytelling and pitching workshops have emerged out of feedback from the other workshops we have been running (on making a short film and audio podcasting) and these are likely be of interest to those who are [read more →]