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Making creative opportunities a reality

Technology is revolutionising the way we make and experience culture. From augmented reality to new immersive studios transforming the traditional exhibition, culture is developing as quickly as technology allows.Technology can be a real asset in helping increase access to the arts by reaching and inspiring new audiences.That’s why programmes like CreativeXR are so exciting. Developed…

#CultureisDigital – have your say

DCMS

, July 5, 2017 — Culture

Join the conversation on how culture and digital technology can work better together. #CultureisDigital is a conversation between Government, the cultural sector and tech companies, led by DCMS. It stems from our commitment in the Culture White Paper to review the digitisation of our public collections and enhance online cultural experiences.The project looks at how culture and digital technology…

Culture of Innovation

Hasan Bakhshi

, April 19, 2017 — Culture

Executive Director, Creative Economy and Data Analytics, Nesta

As a foundation with a mission to seek out, spark and shape powerful new ideas, we spend a lot of time at Nesta thinking about how innovation happens. A recurrent theme is “recombinant innovation” – the idea that information pooled from disparate practices, not eureka moments in the minds of lone geniuses, lie behind most…

Where Theatre meets immersive tech

Toby Coffey

, April 10, 2017 — Culture

National Theatre, Head of Digital Development

The National Theatre has a strong history of innovation. It is not an organisation that stands still. Innovation is embodied in the organisation alongside principles including excellence, inclusion, access, learning and diversity. When we launched National Theatre Live, our live to cinema broadcast initiative, it was to some extent a test. In an interview broadcast ahead of…

#CultureIsDigital

Matt Hancock

, April 3, 2017 — Culture

Minister of State for Digital and Culture

So today I am launching our new Culture is Digital project with a conversation between Government and both tech and the cultural world about how we push this natural synergy further.