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Festival management expert Dr. Louise Platt isn’t afraid of posting a dog pic or two – and you shouldn't be either.
Rachel Grunwald flinches every times she hears someone – including herself – use terms such as ‘cultural offer’, ‘digital’ or ‘diversity’. Is it time to rethink the language we use?
Tech and data-savvy millennials are ideal employees for arts organisations, but how can we make the sector attractive enough to recruit them, asks Libby Penn.
Research into an app that encourages students to attend classical music has elicited some unwelcome responses, reveals Garry Crawford.
What will the next 12 months bring for the arts and cultural sector? The Audience Agency team share their predictions for what lies ahead.
A new website is sharing the experiences of an EU-wide project to make contemporary music accessible to wider audiences.
Opportunities for schools to connect with cultural organisations in the capital will be shared through a new online platform aiming to improve communication between the two.
Sales of CDs and vinyl may not be suffering as much as some predicted as the popularity of online streaming continues to rise, new figures suggest.
Anna Frew has spent a year exploring the potential uses for drone technology in the arts. She tells us what she has discovered.
Arts organisations are continuing to embrace digital technology, but not all at the same rate and a cautious approach is emerging, according to a recent survey.
The arts sector still has enthusiasm for digital technology but some are now taking a more cautious approach, according to a recent survey. Sam Mitchell discusses the findings.
The arts sector is not adopting mobile technology fast enough, says Tim Plyming, who sees it being used not just to sell tickets but to enhance the visitor experience.
In 2013 Drew Hemment got the call – the Singapore government wanted his help staging an arts and technology festival. He explains what happened next.
New online resources aim to streamline tour booking for theatre companies and help venues widen their programming.
Around 40,000 historic instruments, including the world’s only octave contrabass serpent, are to be made publicly available via the Royal College of Music’s new online database.
An independent review is examining the effect of new consumer protection measures on the online ticket resale market.
Should the arts stop using the term ‘digital’? Is it ready to? Anna Dinnen looks at recent Digital R&D Fund projects and surveys to answer the question.
Placing data-scientists-in-residence in arts organisations has led to some futuristic tools that are of real use. Cimeon Ellerton reveals the details.
Struggling with a growing library of video files, London Symphony Orchestra urgently needed a new system. Chris Rogers explains why a web-based solution was ideal.
Live and recorded screenings have the potential to develop and serve new audiences for small-scale theatre companies, as well as generate income, report concludes.