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Stills, Edinburgh: Our AmbITion Approach project

In 2013 Stills made a successful application to AmbITion Approach to investigate how we might develop new digital tools and processes and invest in new technology to change and enhance the way Stills operations are run, to generate revenue, engage and broaden audiences and influence creative practices and processes. Find out how AmbITion Approach has helped us […]

Designing the Jupiter Artland app

Jupiter Artland has collaborated with Edinburgh Napier University to produce a brand new cutting edge app for iOS 7. Jupiter Artland is a 100 acre contemporary sculpture park just outside Edinburgh and was granted digital development funding from Amb:IT:on Scotland to develop digital interaction with its art collection.

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 […]

EIFF: clipped wings increases span of programme

It’s good to see the Edinburgh International Film Festival jettison its strained efforts to “keep up with the Cannes-es”. Reduced funding this year has clipped the Film Festival’s wings in terms of the amount of high profile stars appearing for red carpet premieres. But the clipped wings have resulted in innovative programming around the enduring […]

Internet comes of age for visual arts with new Google project

Google’s ultra-high resolution Street View cameras have been sneaking around galleries in nine countries – out of hours – to capture the world’s finest art collections as 360 degree digital tours. The Art Project was launched at Tate Britain yesterday, and includes 385 rooms, and 1061 different pieces. Each gallery has also chosen one piece […]

Climate Change and the visual arts – conference

VAGA & engage are running Climate Change and the Visual Arts event, as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, looking at how visual arts organisations can address the issue of global warming both as ‘institutions’ and working with artists. Click here for more info.

Babble or debate and deliberate?

I’m not sure the name’s the most complimentary , but ArtBabble (surely NO ONE babbles, rambles or burbles when discussing art do they, darling?) is one of the most interesting collaborative channels for the rich media content of the visual arts sector that I’ve come across. FACT.TV and the Tate strive to achieve similar content […]