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Watch this video case study of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s digital development journey. They undertook the AmbITion Approach (designed by Hannah Rudman), beginning the process 2 years ago with AmbITion Scotland. With all changes fully and implemented and embedded in practice by March 2012, they have launched their fantastic new online showcase, broadcast.rcs.ac.uk.
(If you’re considering applying to the AmbITion ScotlandMake:IT:Happen Fund ‘s AmbITion Approach strand, then this video is especially relevant to you!
|20 June 2011|
Hannah will be sharing the latest global innovations in digital applications for the performing arts by opening ECHO Digital.
Book here! Follow #echodigital on twitter on 20th and 21st June.
Presented by ECHO – the European Concert Hall Organisation. Produced by The Sage Gateshead with support from the Culture Programme of the European Union
Two days in vibrant NewcastleGateshead, with talks, presentations, multi-media performances, discussion and networking for leaders in the performing arts. Focusing on the latest applications of digital technologies in marketing and audience development. Featuring performance streaming, distance learning and the creative process itself.
MONDAY 20th JUNE
Digital Media and the Performing Arts
Digital Media as a Communications Tool
Digital Media in Marketing and Audience Development
At Shift Happens 2010, I spoke to the Performing Arts sector about the opportunities for increasing the scale, reach, impact, accessibility and legacy of live events by digitising them.
The first part of my talk focuses on what can be achieved with our the existing digital space (internet as we know it now); the second half explores the opportunities that will emerge as the web evolves.