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The new theatre – made by audiences

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 […]

Social Networking as used by a Social Media Enthusiast

From: http://getambition.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/ambition-north-east-roadshow-%E2%80%93-tyneside-cinema-participation-workshop/ This article is an excerpt of a live blog of the Participation Masterclass with OurManInside aka Christian Payne at the AmbITion North East Roadshow of 5th March. Just introduced him and we’re off! He’s just asked us to make sure mobile phones are on and Twitterers tweeting. Excellent! Did lots of media, travelled […]

The Art Of With – putting Digital Britain into Practice

From: http://www.cornerhouse.org/art/ongoingproject.aspx?ID=9&page=0 What do the advent of the web, collaborative practice and open source ways of working mean for the arts and art organisations? How do artists, audiences and other stakeholders really get involved with programming and evaluating arts venues? What does it mean for curators, programmers and traditional structures of arts organisations? Charles Leadbeater– […]

Web 2.0 in action

{Article originally posted to AmbITion Extranet by Adrian Slatcher} Sydney’s “Powerhouse Museum” has a new blog style website aimed at discussions around the use of digital media in museums. What both me and Hannah {Rudman} liked about it, was that it has actually sat up and done – using very simple tools (the free to […]

MusicAustralia…more than just a website!

Website: See digitised historic sheet music; Hear contemporary and heritage sound recordings; Find multimedia, websites, pictures, manuscripts, books; Get information about musicians, organisations and services.

Roll up, roll up… it’s the virtual book tour

{Article originally posted to AmbITion Extranet by Adrian Slatcher} Fed up standing in the rain to see J.K. Rowling? Annoyed at having to travel miles to hear what Jeremy Archer has to say? Concerned that you’ll never write another word because of all the Waterstones signings your publisher is insisting you do. All of these […]

If you missed it… Digital Marketing Re:Connected Remembered!

{Article originally posted to AmbITion Extranet by Adrian Slatcher} For the arts content is always king, so it was great to see a wide range of the North West’s arts organisations revelling in a day of cutting edge digital content on Monday. I was the organiser, so I’m not pretending to be an impartial witness, […]

Digital Britain – Charles Leadbeater responds: are you a boulder, pebble or hybrid?

{Article originally posted to AmbITion Extranet by Hannah Rudman} Charles Leadbeater has responded to the Digital Britain report (see previous blog) – read the full response here. His main thoughts are on how the report fails to specify ambitious bandwidth targets that would enable new services to emerge in light of newly shifted cultural behaviours. […]