In this AmbITion Scotland webcast masterclass, be introduced to some of the issues and opportunities raised by the emerging practice of authoritative authorship. “Authorship is about highlighting the human authors of high-quality content on the web” explains a recent Swellpath blog and publishers of online content can improve their search results by linking their Google+ […]
The core idea of a Digital Public Space is that it could give everyone, everywhere, unrestricted access to an open resource of culture and knowledge. This vision has emerged from ideas around building platforms for engagement around cultural archives, but has the potential to become something much wider. This masterclass helps you to learn a […]
The Federation Scottish Theatre‘s Digital Action Research Project came to a conclusion this week, with a showcase of the case studies emerging from the digital experiments undertaken by the five Scottish performing arts companies involved. Funded by The National Lottery via Creative Scotland, the FST’s project has been running for 14 months, facilitated by Hannah […]
I wrote this blog in February, reflecting on Arts Council England/BBC’s partnership on The Space. This blog adds an updated perspective. John Wyver of Illuminations reviews the progress of The Space here in August 2012. Interesting to see ACE’s significant ongoing support of the project (and of the NESTA Digital R&D Fund in England), despite its current lack of […]
Artistic content and practice is going online en masse in May. The Space has announced the 53 digital commissions that will go online between May and October this year. #thespacearts is a pop up platform that will provide interactive, engaging arts content online, on connected TV and on tablets and mobile to coincide with the […]
How to… A movie, a song, a desk, a dress. Copyright, which protects many types of creative work, is at the heart of legal protection for all these things. This guide sets out the basics of the copyright system so that you can take the proper steps and precautions in protecting your work.
Designers should read this information on copyright in conjunction with the Own It factsheet on registered designs.
The UK government is inviting evidence to the Intellectual Property Office’s Digital Copyright Exchange Feasibility Study (DCE). They are inviting written responses as well as hosting a series of events for people to learn more and provide feedback.
Happy New Year – we’re back for 2012, with a request for your thoughts on digital copyright, and a great review for you from 2011. Arts Professional published their 2011 Ticketing & Technology Supplement, featuring an overview of the landscape from AmbITion consultant Roger Tomlinson and a guide to working with web developers by Beth Aplin. […]
(Thanks to @rachelcoldicutt for giving us permission to re-publish this article, which originally appeared as an inspiration essay for Arts Council England & BBC’s launch of 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). Making things […]