The Touring Network (TTN) works to support, represent and develop professional live performances happening in small-scale venues across the Highlands & Islands. Across such a vast geographic area, from Shetland to Argyll and Perthshire to Skye, the carbon costs of touring to remote and varied locations can be significant – not only are distances great but transport and buildings infrastructure is also often limited. In order […]
Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is a rurally based artist residency centre. Offering workshop facilities, technical expertise and curatorial support, the programme supports hundreds of artists every year. Alongside this SSW runs a series of curatorial enquiries, focusing on landscape, craft, material and the commons. SSW has undergone significant change over the last five years, from […]
Reducing Carbon emissions by sharing car journeys Hello, from Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland’s Gaelic College, based in the Sleat peninsula in the south of Skye where we provide a venue to SEALL, a local arts organisation who provide a full program of arts events throughout the year. We were looking to work with SEALL to […]
A mobile app is a digital platform – like any other stage it should hold up your art, not work against it, say the Cornish company’s Charlotte Bond and Chloe Rickard in The Guardian Culture Professionals Network, reproduced with kind permission. Kneehigh tell stories. Based in Cornwall, we create theatre on both epic and tiny […]
The Touring Network (formerly known as Performing Arts Network, or PAN) have worked with Rudman Consulting national programme 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 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 […]
Remotely locatedScottish artists’ residency centre Cove Park describe the digital developments they implemented following their undertaking of the AmbITion Approach. They reflect on the outputs, benefits, and impacts: for the organisation’s operations, audiences and alumni, and stakeholders. Hannah Rudman, AmbITion Scotland Lead Consultant, worked with them and reports.