WEBINAR 10: Five Minute Theatre in an Hour! The tenth in AmbITion Scotland’s webinar series is an in-depth case study of the live and online production by National Theatre Scotland of Five Minute Theatre. It explores the issues and opportunities of digitizing live, cultural experiences; crowdsourcing content; and building online audiences, so is for anyone […]
It’s that time of year again for Hannah Rudman to sum up the 2010 digital developments in the cultural sector. Generally, we’ve seen more audience participation online and in venue, and digital access to culture becoming a mainstream activity. Here’s my pick of the main developments in each art form: for more detail on what […]
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…This document aims to provide an insight in to UGC looking at how practitioners, companies and organisations can collect/aggregate, filter and display content uploaded by anyone other than themselves to the Web without having to download, edit and re publish.
NB. Any geeky jargon you may come across will be explained at the end “The show begins at the moment you first hear about it” @untheatre at Shift Happens June 29th 2009 “It’s critical that artists are engaged with the digital world, not just for marketing, but to ask difficult, big questions of it” […]
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 […]