Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate gave this keynote at Digital 2012, the national conference for Scotland’s digital and creative industries. This video has been brought to you by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, the people behind Digital 2012, in partnership with Scottish Development International
Monetising Content was the theme of Scotland’s national conference for the digital and interactive industries, Digital 2012. Organised by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, Hannah Rudman gives an overview of why the conference is addressing the theme, and introduces the main subject and discussion areas of collaboration, convergence, content experience, and collection of data.
Digital access to the arts and culture is extending, rather than replacing, the live experience of the arts, and the Internet is now playing a much broader role in arts engagement than simply acting as a marketing channel. A significant minority use it not only to consume and share artistic content, but also to create […]
I’ve had conversations with a number of AmbITion organisations in recent weeks around the subject of online accessibility for disabled people. I promised to share a link that a colleague passed on to me and so here it is: http://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/ The link takes you to a page on the W3C Web Accessiblity Initiative’s website and […]
Video: Mike Coulter, Social Media Consultant, reveals how can arts organisations can successfully find out what their audiences are saying about them online. He’ll also share what the tools are that can help organisations keep track, and what are good strategies for responding to both positive and negative online reactions!
How to… For any arts organisation with a website, or who is intending to have a website or make other materials available online.
From: http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/theatreblog/2009/apr/06/theatre-london-bubble-company Lyn Gardner of guardian.co.uk writes: When I had my first child, I remember that I kept on talking about “when things get back to normal”. It took me an age to realise that this was “normal” and that my life had undergone a complete shift. I feel as if something rather similar is […]
Video: Beth Aplin is director of Aplin Partnership Limited. On AmbITion she worked with North West Disability Arts Forum (NWDAF) which during the course of the project became DaDa. In this video, she talks about how the connection between audience and artist is a particularly acute problem with people who have some form of disability.