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Artificial Intelligence
Intersections: Art and Digital Creativity in the UK is a website/blog featuring a series of conversations looking at the ideas and creative practices emerging at the junctures of art and technology in the UK.
https://medium.com/intersections-arts-and-digital-culture-in-the-uk/mixing-reality-b656ad27c1c4
Intersections: Art and Digital Creativity in the UK is a website/blog featuring a series of conversations looking at the ideas and creative practices emerging at the junctures of art and technology in the UK. Lucy Solitt as a guest curator presents how artists are finding new ways to explore the expressive and experiential potential of virtual and augmented reality.
Creativity
Intersections: Art and Digital Creativity in the UK is a website/blog featuring a series of conversations looking at the ideas and creative practices emerging at the junctures of art and technology in the UK.
https://medium.com/intersections-arts-and-digital-culture-in-the-uk
Intersections: Art and Digital Creativity in the UK is a web /blog featuring a series of conversations looking at the ideas and creative practices emerging at the junctures of art and technology in the UK. Via this blog, it aims to experiment with arts and digital culture by highlighting and examining new ideas and practices in the UK creative sector under the light of cultural, social, business, political and technological changes and their intersections.
Culture
Morris, Hargreaves and McIntyre (2013) The case study on cultural segments: Grayson Perry and the British Museum. London: MHM. Culture Segments is an innovative sector-specific segmentation system for arts and cultural organisations. This case study outlines how it has been used at the Grayson Perry: The tomb of the Unknown Craftsman exhibition at the British Museum.
https://mhminsight.com/articles/grayson-perry-culture-segments-in-action-2196
Culture Segments is an innovative sector-specific segmentation system for arts and cultural organisations. This case study outlines how it has been used at the Grayson Perry: The tomb of the Unknown Craftsman exhibition at the British Museum. The case study presents a 5 years long project, which transforms the way that the British Museum understands and interacts with its existing visitors.
Equality
Index on Censorship is a non-profit that campaigns for and defends free expression worldwide. One of its special focus areas is artistic freedom. The site displays cases of artistic censorship and also provides assistance to those in cultural sector facing issues of censorship.
https://www.indexoncensorship.org
Index on Censorship is a nonprofit that campaigns for and defends free expression worldwide. One of its special focus areas is artistic freedom. In its Arts and the Law section, it displays cases of artistic censorship from England and Wales and offers guides on tackling with censorship. The site also runs campaigns, programmes and projects on academic, artistic, media and digital freedom, and also provides assistance to those in cultural sector facing issues of censorship.
Grants
This portfolio displays the inspiring projects and organisations supported through the Arts Impact Fund, which experiments with social impact investment to the arts and cultural sector in England using unsecured loans.
https://www.nesta.org.uk/feature/arts-impact-fund-portfolio/
Arts Impact Fund portfolio displays the inspiring projects and organisations supported through the Arts Impact Fund, which experiments with social impact investment to the arts and cultural sector in England using unsecured loans. The Arts Impact Fund is a pilot initiative that brings together public, private and charitable funding to demonstrate the potential and impact of social investment in the arts and cultural sector. It was created and funded by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Nesta and Arts Council England, with additional funding and support from Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Industries
Balta, J. (ed.) (2014) Enabling Crossovers: Good practices in the creative industries. Singapore: Asia Europe Foundation. This compilation showcases examples of policy and practice that may serve as inspiration for networking, collaboration and policy making.
http://www.asef.org/images/ASEF_Publication_EnablingCrossovers.pdf
Enabling Crossovers -Good Practices in the Creative Industries presents 36 examples of policy and practice that may serve as inspiration for networking, collaboration and policy making, linking to the creative industries in Asia and Europe. Specific focus rests on four areas: creative skills, creative entrepreneurs, creative cities, sustainability and quality of life.
Legal Issues
The Virtual Museum gathers images of materials that have been at the heart of many of the key intellectual property cases. Traditional law reporting rarely included such images or texts, while understanding of the cases is significantly enhanced by viewing these materials.
https://www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/virtual-museum
The Virtual Museum gathers together images of materials that have been at the heart of many of the key intellectual property cases of the twentieth century. Traditional law reporting, probably for economic reasons, rarely included such images or texts. It argues that understanding of the cases is significantly enhanced by viewing these materials. Most of the documentation is been collected by Jose Bellido and displayed under the roof of Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, University of Cambridge.
Legal Issues
Intellectual Property Oral Histories project collects and makes public interviews with retired barristers, solicitors, civil servants, activists and academics involved with intellectual property law. Most of the material has been collected by Jose Bellido.
http://iporalhistory.co.uk
Intellectual Property Oral Histories project focuses on the 21th Century which has been an unexplored historical period when intellectual property has evolved. So The site collects and makes public interviews with retired barristers, solicitors, civil servants, activists and academics involved with intellectual property law by using oral history method. Most of the material has been collected by Jose Bellido.
Legal Issues
The Institute of Arts & Law offers knowledge and training in all aspects of the law relating to art and cultural heritage.
https://ial.uk.com
The Institute of Arts & Law offers knowledge and training on all aspects of the law relating to art and cultural heritage. It is a web site which provides courses and trainings on Art Law; display information and sell selects publications, including Art Antiquity and Law, and also organises and announces events.
Local Government
Mansfield, C. (2014) On with the show. Supporting local arts and culture. London: New Local Government Network This report comprises case studies of local councils with different types of thinking to ensure their commitment to arts and culture with the challenge of declining resources
https://www.whatnextculture.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ON-WITH-THE-SHOW_FINAL.pdf
On With The Show, Supporting Local Arts and Culture report focuses on local governments as the most strategic and delivery partners of Arts Council. It comprises case studies of local councils with different types of thinking to ensure their commitment to arts and culture with the challenge of declining resources. It aims to show how local councils have tackled with the challenges and applied new ways of thinking to inspire other local governments.
Management
Mayir Hughes, S., Silvaggi, A., and Szepvolgyi, V. (eds.) (2011) Creative Gym: Training Exercises for Cultural Managers. Purfleet: Creative & Cultural Skills. This case study is about developing skills and creating new institutional systems through training for cultural managers and different project activities.
https://ccskills.org.uk/downloads/FINAL_AUG_15_CreativeGym_DoubleSided_BOOKLET_def.pdf
Creative Gym: Training Exercises for Cultural Managers is about developing skills and creating new institutional systems through training for cultural managers and different project activities. It presents a collection of essay and case studies particularly built on challenges of following subject and skills: entrepreneurship (mentoring and experiential learning), professional skills (artists' residency and apprenticeships), digital skills (empowering emotional engagement through stories), fundraising skills (crowdfunding), project managements skills ( creative problem solving, creative tools), strategic audience skills ( audience strategy).
Management
AMA Culturehive is a free online resource library for culture professionals. Run by the Arts Marketing Association, it is an archive of everything produced, including older materials from Demos, Mission Models & Money.
https://www.culturehive.co.uk/?type=case-study&role=&s=&sort=
AMAculturehive is a free online resource library for culture professionals that brings the collective intelligence of the sector together in one place. It’s run by the Arts Marketing Association – a diverse team of people passionate about engaging the public in arts, heritage and culture. It is an Archive of everything produced including older materials from Demos, Mission Models & Money.
Society
Hunter, J., Micklem, D. and Ikin, E. (2018) Cultural Democracy. London: Arts Council England. This guide shares examples of excellence across the funded sector, highlighting best practice, and contributing to the case for Cultural Democracy and the potential benefits of open decision-making, co-creation, and co-production for arts organisations and their communities
https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/sites/default/files/download-file/CulturalDemocracyInPractice.pdf
Cultural Democracy in Practise by 64 Million Artists with Arts Council England is a guide shares examples of excellence across the funded sector, highlighting best practice, and contributing to the case for Cultural Democracy and the potential benefits of open decision-making, co-creation, and co-production for arts organisations and their communities. This guide is aimed principally at professionals, boards and staff of arts organisations in the UK and seeks to tackle particular issues within the sector. It offers a set of practical steps that arts organisations might take to move towards a democratic approach to culture.