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Mobile culture and the Magic Tate Ball

Source – Culture professionals network: Culture professionals blog | guardian.co.uk The best mobile projects build on genuine collaboration between content owners and digital developers, says Ben Templeton It’s no surprise that mobile technology is an attractive opportunity for arts and cultural organisations. OFCOM suggest more than half the UK’s mobile users have a smartphone – no other device […]

Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate – interview about future digital content developments with Hannah Rudman

Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate gave this interview to Hannah Rudman at Digital 2012, the national conference for Scotland’s digital and creative industries organised by AmbITion Scotland and Interactive Scotland. Marc gives his insights into digital content developments over the next 2 years, and where the opportunities are for monetising content and […]

Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate – keynote at Digital 2012

Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate gave this keynote at Digital 2012, the national conference for Scotland’s digital and creative industries. This video has been brought to you by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, the people behind Digital 2012, in partnership with Scottish Development International

Getting Digital Roadshow South (Edinburgh) 10.06.10

The AmbITion Scotland Roadshow was at the University of Edinburgh today! The talks featured Bill Thompson on ‘Making Art in A Networked World’; plus case studies from Katy Beale on ‘The Tate twitter strategy’; and Martin Reynolds and Faith Liddell from ‘Festivals Edinburgh’. Thanks to all who contributed to a great day! All the videos […]

Towards interactive futures: a case study of the Tate

My friend Bill Thompson says that we now live in a world shaped and defined by digital technology, in which access to the network is pervasive, and which influences policies and practices that directly affect us all. We recognise this as the knowledge economy. Thompson thinks that this means Marx was right. “The economic base […]