Thanks to funding from the Ambition Scotland Organisational Development Fund, the Arches had wi-fi installed throughout its huge, brick-walled, mobile-reception-restrictive premises, meaning punters, promoters, staff and artists can now Tweet, browse and post throughout the building…. (The Arches being built in 1899, just prior to the invention of Wi-Fi) The benefits The installation of […]
The Touring Network (formerly known as Performing Arts Network, or PAN) have worked with AmbITion Scotland funds to develop Tourbook – an online social network for promoters and touring companies focusing on bringing work to remote geographical areas. Watch their fascinating case study to discover what implications and benefits and features the social network will […]
AmbITion Scotland’s content sharing partnership with Federation of Scottish Theatre‘s Digital Action Research project once again enables us to publish another great case study packed full of learning and advice about how to collaborate with other organisations on how to launch a joint digital service/platform/channel. Dundee Rep: collaborating with cultural organisations to launch a joint […]
Building digital capacity for the arts (@digicaparts) is an Arts Council England initiative currently running a series of seminars for arts organisations in England. This summary video covers emerging business models for the digital environment – how can arts and culture organisations use digital channels effectively in their business models? Speakers on the video include: […]
MarketingSavant provide this at-a-glance guide to a range of useful Social Media Tools on the web. Many of them you’ll know – some may be new to you.
Beefing up some research on Socialnetwork selling Groupon/Livingsocial etc but not many examples of cultural stuff in UK. A good number from US that look positive. Anyone out there given it a whirl and cares to show and tell? We can share the results from the info already collected.