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From trailers and vox pops to backstage sneak peeks, the arts sector produces reams of video footage, but what impact does this content have on audience behaviour? Andrea Perseu shares his recent research.
The digital installations at Tate Modern’s new extension not only show previously hidden treasures, but also appeal massively to a young audience, says Adam Jenkins.
Now that we have all gone digital, the next challenge is to find out much more about our online audiences, says Katie Moffat.
Short films showcasing the work of museums in Cornwall have had a real impact on the local community and attracted the attention of key influencers and decision-makers. Chloe Hughes explains.
New Arts Minister Matt Hancock stressed the sector’s “special responsibility” to promote social mobility in his first major speech to the arts today.
From London 2012 to Hull 2017, digital specialist David Watson tells us about his career so far.
Do you like free beer and free speech? Open source software may be for you. John Birchall highlights the benefits and points out the pitfalls.
There’s a reason 19 million people have watched a video of Grumpy Cat, and arts organisations can learn a lot from it, says Oonagh Murphy.
Meet your customers’ expectations of mobile responsiveness and you will be rewarded with loyalty. David Wright profiles two arts organisations that are getting it right.
Online and mobile ticketing is the new normal. But the frustrations of ticket buyers – and box office staff – must be taken seriously if it is to be done well, says Ben Curthoys.
Artists in the caves and bogs of the Brecon Beacons National Park are to receive support to distribute their work as part of a new innovation fund for digital projects in Wales.
A new commissioning round focuses on access and diversity in a bid to address issues raised in the White Paper and Warwick Commission report.
A new box office system has built a stronger link between London’s Dominion Theatre and its ticket agents, who can now sell directly from the live inventory. Libby Penn reports.
An interactive light and sound installation recently connected neighbours in a former coal mining area. Debbi Lander explains how.
An interactive guide to Kettle’s Yard’s collection is engaging a wide audience online. Lucy Wheeler shares what she had learned from the project.
How can the arts sector unlock the power of big data? Jason Jones-Hall suggests we learn from the work of Florence Nightingale, not always known as a brilliant statistician.
Providing opportunities to volunteer online is helping Birmingham’s museums to engage with more and more people. Rebecca Fletcher explains how they do it.
Technology is offering new ways for arts organisations to market their work and engage with audiences. Sofia Carobbio reveals some of the most effective.
The recent explosion in digital creativity has thrust the arts into the worlds of climate science and wind forecasting, cyberfeminism and many more surprising places, says Tom Higham.
Following on from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, nine arts organisations will be supported to develop their products and services to the ‘investment ready’ stage.