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
Pitlochry Festival Theatre people discuss their digital strategy and how it is developing and embedding across the organisation, following their undertaking of the AmbITion Approach, supported by AmbITion Scotland‘s Make:IT:Happen Fund. Watch and enjoy!
macrobert arts centre for Stirling and the Forth Valley has been supported by AmbITion Scotland to undertake the AmbITion Approach to digital development. Here in this video, they reflect on the work they did and the digital plans they’ve developed to ensure their ongoing resilience as a cultural hub for the area! macrobert also have [...]
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 [...]
The National Piping Centre has been working to raise its live streaming capability and capacity through the support of AmbITion Scotland. This case study shows how they’ve increased the reach and scale of live events from the centre, generating a new income stream, but saving carbon footprint! Hannah Rudman goes to meet the team on the [...]
Highland Museum Forum (supported by Highland Council and HI-Arts) were delighted to be awarded AmbITion Scotland Sustainable AmbITion funding to develop a digital resource to help measure and communicate carbon emissions. Running over the spring 2013, this project helped 12 independently run highland museums to identify how they can reduce their day to day carbon [...]
Glasgow East Arts Company (Platform) explain the scoping and planning that they have achieved, following AmbITion Scotland support to undertake the AmbITion Approach to digital development. Their case study reflects on how the digital developments they’re planning will impact the organisation’s audience engagement with their communities, operations, business models and artistic services and output across [...]
Wee Stories worked with consultant Abigail Carney on the Ambition Approach journey. It included a digital audit, a workshop day for Board and staff to identify the possibilities and priorities for digital development of the company, a business case for future development, culminating with an application to the Make:IT:Happen organisational development fund. The Ambition Approach [...]
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.