The UK Crowd Funding Association (UKCFA) has just launched as a new trade body for crowd funding operators, with membership being conditional to agreeing to the code of practice. Says Arts Professional reporting on the establishment of the body: The code is aimed at protecting the growing number of investors, donors and businesses using the […]
Whether filmed for on-demand viewing or live streaming, digitising live content can increase the reach, scale and access to a piece of live performing arts work. Hannah Rudman describes how to go through the process of producing, distributing, and monetising live digital content, offering an overview of the choices available in 2012, and advice about […]
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: […]
Sarah Thelwall’s essay Capitalising Creativity is essential reading on developing earned income streams for core intellectual capital – important considerations for us as cultural organisations.