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Digital R&D in the Arts Forum: new business models discussion

Arts Council England on February 07, 2013 17:30

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    Digital R&D in the Arts Forum, Manchester
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    Facilitated by Rohan Gunatillake, founder, 21awake

    Speakers:
    - Kam Star, Games Developer, Playgen and Digital Shoreditch
    - Laura Sillars, artistic director, Site Gallery
    - Skinder Hundel, chief executive, New Art Exchange

    This discussion took place at the Digital R&D in the Arts Forum in Manchester Town Hall in February 2013. In this podcast, the panel looks at new business models for digital engagement. It explores how arts organisations are using new technologies to innovate in their organisational and business models. It will also explore how technologies are creating new opportunities for artists and arts organisations to collaborate.

    The Digital R&D Fund for the Arts is a £7 million fund for organisations with arts projects based in England working in collaboration with technology providers and researchers. The fund supports new digital research and development projects that aim to expand audience research and/or develop new business models.

    If you are interested in applying please visit www.artsdigitalrnd.org.uk or contact digital-rnd@nesta.org.uk for more information.

    "Digital R&D in the Arts Forum: new business models discussion" by Arts Council England is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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