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Dr Hannah Rudman FBCS, FRSA – on what can not be automated…

Dr Hannah Rudman has been awarded Fellowship status from the British Computer Society (BCS), The Chartered Institute for IT. This means some more post nominal letters (FBCS), and formal recognition for Hannah as an IT Professional. To celebrate, she wrote a guest post for the BCS’s Future Tech blog – on what cannot be automated…

So that was 2011’s digital developments in the arts and cultural sector!

Here’s my annual roundup of the most impactful digital developments we’ve seen in the arts over 2011. Its been a fascinating year: some of these digital developments increase reach, scale, impact, and access to work creating massive opportunity; some create new economic models for better sustainability; some challenge our traditional notions of participation with an […]

National Theatre Scotland launch new virtual live theatre project

I’m delighted to announce that my other company#fiveminutetheatre! Envirodigital are consultant producers for Five Minute Theatre. NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND MARKS ITS 5TH BIRTHDAY WITH A VIRTUAL 24 HOUR THEATRE PROJECT Today, 25th February, 2011, the National Theatre of Scotland marks its fifth birthday by opening public submissions for a nationwide virtual theatre project as […]

Envirodigital eventcasts Digital Day!

Envirodigital, for AmbITion, produced an eventcast of the keynotes at the Arts Marketing Association Digital Marketing Day on 30.11.09! Envirodigital produced an interactive eventcasting live from Sadlers Wells! 70 people tuned in online to hear and watch keynotes Jim Richardson of Sumo Design and John McGrath of National Theatre Wales. You can watch the eventcasts […]