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Testing the Limits of Audiences, Theatre & Technology

Iain Aitch

The days have long past when the word ‘theatre’ solely refers to the experience of sitting in a fold-down red velvet seat facing a stage-full of actors. But in an…


Talking Statues Project Launch

Rebecca Head

The Talking Statues project launched yesterday (19th August) amidst a flurry of press and a slew of famous faces. Sing London, Antenna International and the University of Leicester started their…

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Influencing the Culture Change: Interview with Diane Ragsdale

Tandi Williams

Based at Erasmus University in Rotterdam after six years at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Diane Ragsdale researches and talks about cultural economics with a specialism in the performing arts….


Already Here: the importance of ordinary innovation

Ben Hammersley

It’s easy to break out the toys. Asked to write about the possibilities that technology gives the arts, I could be forgiven for pimping out my favourite new thing. 3D…

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Limited Edition Native Magazine out now!

Launch of our special edition print magazine provides another route into R&D Fund learning

Digital Culture survey now open


How fast is technology moving in the arts?

Details on how to take part in the major survey this summer

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Budgeting for Innovation: A few things I wish I’d known

Arts producer Suzy Glass shares her tips and insights into budgeting for a digital project.

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Understanding what young people really want

Do arts organisations know what young people want? And can they compete technologically? Eleanor Turney investigates.

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