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Digital Culture: How arts and culture organisations in England use technology

Following a survey of Arts Council England’s regularly funded organisations in 2013, this report maps where England’s arts, culture and heritage organisations are at. This survey will repeated in the coming two years. This first year’s report paints a rich picture of how arts and cultural organisations in England are making use of digital technologies in […]

Imperial War Museums case study video: using digital devices to engage audiences with exhibitions, artefacts and each other

Another #artsdigital project reports on its results: Imperial War Museums have been researching and developing methods to engage audiences with exhibitions, artefacts and each other. Their project involves various in-gallery, online and mobile applications that allow people to further engage with museum collections through digital interaction: watch this video to see what they’ve achieved: Thanks […]

Dickens Mobile App focusses on locations, themes and characters: watch!

Watch the latest video update from the Arts Council England/NESTA Digital R&D pilot project, ‘London Dickens Trail’ and learn from Exhibition Road Cultural Group and the Charles Dickens Museum, who have joined forces with designers Seren Partners to develop an app which guides users around London to explore and learn more about the locations, characters […]

Digital R&D podcast: education & learning

#artsdigital podcast from Arts Council England 5: Dave Patten, Head of New Media, Science Museum; Max Whitby, Co-Founder and CEO of Touchpress; and Kirsten Campbell-Howes, Director of Learning, at digital agency Soda join John in the studio to debate hot topics including: whether technology can and should replace teachers and the traditional structures of learning, […]

Podcast: user generated content, social media & audience curation

Looking for inspiration for a suitable project or angle on your current developments for the Make:IT:Happen fund? Check out this Digital Capacity in the Arts podcast. The theme of the first Arts Council England/BBC Digital R&D podcast is user generated content, social media and audience curation, guests include: Simon Collister Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts; […]

The Space – online digital arts from BBC & Arts Council England launches

Head over to The Space and browse original and archive arts and culture content including John Peel’s record collection, The Globe Theatre’s ‘Globe to Globe’ festival including a performance of William Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis, Boy and Bicycle – one of the first films from director Ridley Scott, and work from visual artists David Shrigley […]

Digital Content – by anyone for everyone?

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 […]

Read:Write – literature in the digital age

{Article originally posted to AmbITion Extranet by Adrian Slatcher} Read:Write is a downloadable report from The Future of the Book commissioned by Arts Council England to look at the changes facing publishing and writing in the internet age. Download from here… http://www.futureofthebook.org.uk/