Feb 1, 2013 at 3:50 pm in Digital Arts, News by Tim Wilson
We are delighted to welcome Skinder Hundal, CEO of New Art Exchange, Nottingham to speak at the Making Revolution conference in Boston on Thursday 21st February. Skinder was in charge of the flagship NESTA Digital Arts Project, Culture Cloud.
More on Skinder below.
More info and to book on the event, click here.
Skinder Hundal is Chief Executive of New Art Exchange a leading award winning contemporary art gallery and arts organisation based in the innercity neighbourhood, [read more →]
Oct 22, 2012 at 10:07 am in Digital Arts by Tim Wilson
Our regular #JellySkegness co-working events have been postponed until further notice. Watch this space.
#JellySkegness is a regular monthly co-working event for small businesses, homeworkers and freelancers held at The Storehouse Coffee Shop held every third Wednesday of the month from 10.00am #jelly #skegness #ukjelly.
Jelly is – co-working – collaborating – creativity – chat – coffee
What: Jelly is an event for solo workers, freelancers and office works wanting a change to come together to work [read more →]
Sep 17, 2012 at 10:49 am in Digital Arts, Digital Crafts, Digital Culture by Tim Wilson
This is a great article recently posted up on Enterprise Nation (the fantastic Small Business Community). Here are 10 fab tips for money management, specifically aimed at arts and crafts businesses but I think many tips are equally relevant to small businesses.
Link to article here.
We’re big fans of businesses that grow out of hobbies, skills and interests. But we’re well aware that if you’re growing an enterprise like this, you’re very likely ‘bootstrapping’ like crazy. In this extract [read more →]
Jun 7, 2012 at 9:26 pm in Digital Arts by Dave Briggs
We’re looking to provide yet more support to businesses in Lincolnshire that want to make the most of digital technology, which is why we are offering our new free digital business surgeries!
Mar 13, 2012 at 10:37 pm in Digital Arts, Digital Culture, News by Tim Wilson
Culture Cloud is a digital space for artists to upload their artwork onto a web portal where a team of recognised national and international curators and audiences will vote for the works they like. The most popular and intriguing will be exhibited at New Art Exchange in August 2012 in a unique exhibition that will see two of the finalists crowned the winners of CULTURE CLOUD.
Feb 13, 2012 at 10:19 am in Digital Arts, Digital Crafts, Digital Culture, Digital Heritage, News by Fraser Henderson
The Digital Licensing Framework (DLF) contest challenges you to develop innovative systems and services that help the exchange of licensing information between copyright holders and users in music, publishing or museums and galleries.
Entrants will be given the opportunity to work with leading rights holders such as Bridgeman Art Library, EMI, Pearson, PRS for Music and Tate in a trial with IC tomorrow’s digital platform.
Applicants are asked to submit their pitches online by noon Thursday, 22nd March [read more →]
Feb 6, 2012 at 11:07 am in Digital Arts by Fraser Henderson
A new £15 million fund to invest in creative content in film, TV, games and the digital sector within Yorkshire and Humber has been announced by Screen Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Content Fund has secured £7,500,000 of investment from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), which will be further matched by private sector investors on a project-by-project basis.
The Yorkshire Content Fund is managed by Screen Yorkshire and will invest in Yorkshire-based companies as well as being used to attract productions looking [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 →]
Dec 28, 2011 at 4:04 pm in Digital Arts by Fraser Henderson
The Technology Strategy Board is running a competition to encourage developers to create games that support their work in addressing power distribution and the management of demand. There are looking to support work around cognitive design and social gaming to generate novel, demand side, consumer focused technologies.
Some of the ideas they suggest as examples include;
- A multi-platform app on smart phones or tablets that talks to individual smart meters
- A Sim City style game featuring real time data
- A [read more →]
Nov 15, 2011 at 3:14 pm in Digital Arts, Digital Culture by Tim Wilson
Arts Council England and the BBC will work in partnership to create The Space – an experimental digital arts media service and commissioning programme that could help to transform the way people connect with, and experience, arts and culture.
Launching in May and running until the end of October 2012, this pop up service – which will be available across PC, mobile, tablet and connected TV – will challenge artists and arts and cultural organisations to collaborate with each other and [read more →]