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 →]
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 →]
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 →]
Oct 18, 2011 at 7:01 am in Digital Arts, Digital Culture, Digital Events by Tim Wilson
Frequency 2011 is Lincoln’s first ever Digital Culture Festival running from 21st – 29th October. Frequency is a platform for celebrating the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate.
Frequency’s dynamic Enterprise, Debate & Connect programme is based around its manifesto: digital is about everyone.
We are calling on Lincolnshire businesses to take advantage of our principle that events should be low cost and high value – ensuring everyone is able [read more →]