AmbITion Scotland is a digital development programme for the arts, heritage and cultural sector in Scotland over 2012-14, funded by The National Lottery via Creative Scotland. Want to get digitally fitter and smarter? Join in!
Engaging with AmbITion Scotland means you can get support - via our Make:IT:Happen Fund, through finding student interns or academic partners and through participating with our learning, resources and networking activities
The amazing new arts, music, cinema and creative industries centre, Mareel in Lerwick on the Shetland Isles, hosted our first 2012 AmbITion Scotland roadshow. On the topic of Glo/cal, the roadshow explored how local and community focussed projects can encourage global participation and engagement through utilising digital tools. Hannah Rudman gave an overview of the [...]
Remotely locatedScottish artists’ residency centre Cove Park describe the digital developments they implemented following their undertaking of the AmbITion Approach. They reflect on the outputs, benefits, and impacts: for the organisation’s operations, audiences and alumni, and stakeholders. Hannah Rudman, AmbITion Scotland Lead Consultant, worked with them and reports.
The Federation Scottish Theatre‘s Digital Action Research Project came to a conclusion this week, with a showcase of the case studies emerging from the digital experiments undertaken by the five Scottish performing arts companies involved. Funded by The National Lottery via Creative Scotland, the FST’s project has been running for 14 months, facilitated by Hannah [...]
Source: Culture professionals network: Culture professionals blog | guardian.co.uk Author: Matt Trueman Launching today, Scratch Online shifts BAC’s homegrown theatre development programme into the global social networking realm, Matt Trueman reports. All manner of artists have done well out of Web 2.0. There are countless examples, from comedian Bo Burnham to indie duo Pomplamoose, of undiscovered creatives coming into prominence [...]
AmbITion Scotland’s content sharing partnership with Federation of Scottish Theatre‘s Digital Action Research project once again enables us to publish another great case study packed full of learning and advice about how to collaborate with other organisations on how to launch a joint digital service/platform/channel. Dundee Rep: collaborating with cultural organisations to launch a joint [...]
Watch this video case study of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s digital development journey. They undertook the AmbITion Approach, beginning the process 2 years ago, with all changes fully and implemented and embedded in practice by March 2012, including the launch of their fantastic new showcase, broadcast.rcs.ac.uk. If you’re considering applying to the Make:IT:Happen Fund ’s [...]
Walking Heads & Inner Ear collaborated to develop walking tours enabled by digital audio recording and to be engaged with via digital devices. They presented a case study at Scotland’s national conference for the digital and creative industries, Digital 2012.
AmbITion Scotland organisation Timespan Museum and Arts Centre in Helmsdale reveal the case study of their collaborative digital development – an app produced with Bluemungus to make their offer a Museum Without Walls, first presented at Digital 2012.