AmbITion Scotland is a digital development programme for the arts, heritage and cultural sector in Scotland over 2012-14, funded by The National Lottery via Creative Scotland. Want to get digitally fitter and smarter? Join in!
Engaging with AmbITion Scotland means you can get support - via our Make:IT:Happen Fund, through finding student interns or academic partners and through participating with our learning, resources and networking activities
New! For February 2014, AmbITion introduces emerging digital development news and comment from the internet, and digital development stories from the AmbITion network. Horizon scanning and critiquing is done for you, and we introduce you to new ideas and ways to digitally develop. We’re focussing on the digital developments of arts, cultural, and heritage organisations [...]
Though the Make:IT:Happen fund is currently closed, there are many other sources of funding for digital projects. The AmbITion Scotland community might want to check out some of these other excellent opportunities to continue on with your digital development work. By far the largest amount is available through European sources. The European Commission Horizon 2020 [...]
AmbITion Scotland has made Make:IT:Happen fund awards to 59 different organisations all over the country – from the Central Belt to the Western Isles to Moray and the Kingdom of Fife. With projects ranging from a new customer relationship management system to an augmented reality of Scotland’s rich archaeological heritage to measuring the carbon impact [...]
Stirlingshire’s arts centre based on Stirling University’s campus, macrobert, has recently undertaken the AmbITion Approach, and has made some immediate decisions around digital developments. Last night saw macrobert’s first ever screening of an NTLive production, Coriolanus. The show sold out, with War Horse, NTLive’s February simulcast selling out within minutes of being put on sale! [...]
The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland’s (NYOS) core mission is to provide high-level musical education and performance opportunities for young musicians in Scotland. NYOS is unique in that it provides orchestral experiences in classical and jazz music for its students from the age of 8 – 25, through no fewer than eight ensembles, ranging in [...]
AmbITion Scotland has been helping Scottish cultural organisations with strategic digital development since 2009. As we move to the close of 2013, in our fourth year working in close partnership with the Scottish cultural sector, we wanted to share some observations around the trends and needs in the sector by analysing the applications received throughout [...]
These proformas from the Service Design Toolkit for public services help you consider how to set up and run focus groups and interviews with your customers and audiences. You might choose to run focus groups or interview customers as part of your journey through the AmbITion Approach. Focus Group Customer Interviews
This is a great read for discovering trends that impact museums (and other heritage institutions) now, with predictions for what’s just over the horizon, and will become mainstream in the next couple of years too. Museum Edition of the Horizon Report by the New Media Consortium.