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Digital Identity in Interesting Spaces

I’m collaborating with Abhay Adhikari to bring his Digital Identity seminars to Yorkshire with a focus on those working in creative industries / culture / arts / heritage / museums etc.

The seminars take place on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd of May at the National Centre for Early Music in York (click the links for more info):

Strategic development for the arts, culture and heritage sectors

Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Suitable for: producers, directors, curators and senior management

Campaigning and visibility for the arts, culture and heritage sectors

Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Suitable for: marketing and communications teams

Finding your audience and collaborators online

Thursday, 3 May 2012
Suitable for: individual practitioners and community led organisations 

 

Abhay has done a great post on his blog about the project so far in it’s different manifestations:

The Digital Identities in Interesting Spaces project has been running for close to eight months. The first round of commissions and activities are now complete and new ones are about to begin. This is a fairly exciting period as the scope of activities is widening in scale and participation. This post provides a brief snapshot of the work carried out so far. I have also outlined plans for the next quarter.

Read more now…

 

Hope to see you in York in May?

 

Digital Identity Seminars

Digital communication skills for the arts, culture and heritage sectors

May 1 – 3 | National Centre for Early Music | York

Facilitated by Dr. Abhay Adhikari | Produced by Ben Pugh  

Presented in association with NCEM

I’ve been lucky enough to have had opportunity to work with Abhay Adhikari over the last few years on various projects. Having been inspired in recent discussions by his vision and ideas around the world of social media and digital identities i felt it would make a great series of seminars for those of us working in the arts, culture and heritage. So in partnership with the National Centre for Early Music  (which is a great space for inspiration and learning)  i’ve done just that:

You can read about these half day or full day sessions following the links below:

The workshops:

Seminars overview

Strategic development for the arts, culture and heritage sectors
Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Suitable for: creative directors, curators and senior management

Campaigning and visibility for the arts, culture and heritage sectors
Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Suitable for: marketing and communications teams

Finding your audience and collaborators online
Thursday, 3 May 2012
Suitable for: individual practitioners and community led organisations

 

Abhay gave a short talk at TEDxYork last summer which gives good introduction to the work: