Article: In a great Edinburgh Fringe Festival experiment on 23.08.10, a compendium of new plays, realised as rehearsed readings, were simultaneously transmitted to UK Picturehouse film theatres, including Edinburgh’s Cameo.
THURSDAY 22 – SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER 2009 May You Live in Interesting Times is a three-day, biennial Festival that is all about ‘do-it-yourself’ and features a programme that celebrates the latest intriguing uses of everyday technology and social innovation, enabled through shared ideas. There’s a fantastic range of commissions, exhibitions, a Maker Faire, discussions, workshops, […]
Video: Andy Hobsbawm from Do The Green Thing talks about opportunities for arts organisations to frame behaviour change for sustainability.
Video: Lyn Gardner, Theatre critic at The Guardian talks about changes in the use of technology creatively, engaging audiences and the power of digital tools in enticing your audience to the theatre.
Videos: DK runs Mediasnackers who help companies and organisations who want to understand & effectively use social media. He shares his view on getting people involved.
Video: Hannah gives a speedy overview of the AmbITion England project, explaining the focus of the roadshow and talks about why digital development is essential for the arts sector. This presentation was at AmbItion Roadshow South West, at Watershed, Bristol, 9th July 2009.