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On demand: youth engagement through digital tools

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
13 July 2013

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 – […]

Culturing our Creativity: talks on demand

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
18 June 2013

Individuals and organisations working in arts, culture and the creative industries in Scotland are faced with a rapidly changing external operating environment that is increasingly uncertain. Many, especially those working in small practices, micro businesses and SMEs, face continuous obstacles to achieving their full potential, especially in relation to accessing the right kind of human and […]

Case Study in Sustainable AmbITion: Screen Machine Analyses its Carbon Emissions

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
17 June 2013

Watch this case study in Sustainable AmbITion: the Screen Machine analyses its Carbon Emissions and talks about how digital tools have helped this process and how they will support a lower carbon future for the UK’s only mobile cinema which takes movie night to 34 of Scotland’s more remote communities. And here’s the results: The […]

Wi-Finally!

Avatar of Niall Walker By Niall Walker
7 June 2013

Thanks to funding from the Ambition Scotland Organisational Development Fund, the Arches had wi-fi installed throughout its huge, brick-walled, mobile-reception-restrictive premises, meaning punters, promoters, staff and artists can now Tweet, browse and post throughout the building…. (The Arches being built in 1899, just prior to the invention of Wi-Fi)    The benefits The installation of […]

Digital Public Space

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
3 June 2013

This publication gathers a range of short explorations of the idea of the Digital Public Space. The central vision of the Digital Public Space is to give everyone everywhere unrestricted access to an open resource of culture and knowledge. This vision has emerged from ideas around building platforms for engagement around cultural archives to become […]

Digital 2013: watch on demand

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
29 May 2013

Our fabulous national conference Digital 2013 was held at the SECC on 25.04.2013, organised in partnership with Interactive Scotland and Scottish Enterprise. The keynote speakers and panel Q&A session are available here for on demand viewing! Conference Welcome – Alisdair Gunn, Project Director, Interactive Scotland Digital 2013’s opening address highlighted the pathway for the digital […]

Kneehigh theatre and the art of the app

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
29 May 2013

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 […]

On big data and society: Kenneth Cukier, The Economist

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
20 May 2013

These reflections by Kenneth Cukier of The Economist, were published in The Guardian Media Professionals Network by Adam Davidi on Friday 12 April 2013: “Can you tell us a little bit about your role as data editor for The Economist? The position is a new one, but it stems from the idea that the new […]

The Rise of the Datavores

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
20 May 2013

This November 2012 Nesta report by Hasan Bakhshi and Juan Mateos-Garcia introduces the idea that the internet economy is growing, and so is the amount of data that it generates. Are UK businesses making the most of this data to innovate and grow? Or are they missing out on the opportunities of online data? A […]

Counting What Counts: what big data can do for the cultural sector

Avatar of Hannah Rudman By Hannah Rudman
20 May 2013

The current approach to the use of data in the cultural sector is out-of-date and inadequate, suggests this February 2013 Nesta report by Anthony Lilley and Professor Paul Moore. “The sector as a whole and the policy and regulatory bodies which oversee it are already failing to make the most of the considerable financial and […]

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