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The Traverse Theatre’s Digital Content Developments

The Traverse Theatre wanted to develop the digital offering available to our online audience. We sought to streamline our digital platforms and incorporate regular high quality rich media content on a year-round basis, thereby increasing the online reputation of the Traverse Theatre and the quality of content for our digital audience. In early 2014, following an internal […]

Edinburgh International Film Festival’s Digital Content Developments

Edinburgh International Film Festival aims to showcase the best filmmaking from around the world and invite audiences to celebrate cinema in Edinburgh. EIFF’s project was to create and develop a year-round digital content strategy to raise awareness of the Festival and grow audiences, providing rich content to engage and drive existing and potential attendees.  Please […]

On demand: youth engagement through digital tools

AmbITion Scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland hosted this great masterclass on 4th July 2013 for people working in the arts, culture and heritage sectors who want to help young people make stronger connections with their organisation and their work through digital tools. Watch and enjoy! Welcome, AmbITion Scotland update, and introduction to the subject – […]

Royal Conservatoire Scotland’s digital development journey: watch!

Watch this video case study of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s digital development journey. They undertook the AmbITion Approach (designed by Hannah Rudman), beginning the process 2 years ago with AmbITion Scotland. With all changes fully and implemented and embedded in practice by March 2012, they have launched their fantastic new online showcase, broadcast.rcs.ac.uk. (If […]

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 wisdom of bloggers?

This 2005 TED video of James Surowiecki (The Wisdom of Crowds) still packs a punch. James explores the idea that the cumulative wisdom of bloggers and the internet may be better than that of any one individual. I’ve spoken with a few cultural organisations recently who have indicated that in the main, the content about […]