Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Comment is Free

This is a live blog of the Art of Digital London event at Sadler’s Wells, London.  If you spot any errors or inaccuracies, please leave us a comment.  Either way, please join the conversation!

Here are the events as they happened, it is the agenda in chronological order:

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Welcome

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Culture Blog Interview

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Social Media and the Arts

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Peter Gregson Interview

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Further Field

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Digital Rights and Wrongs

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Technology Blog

Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Comment is Free

Bill Thompson introduces the last section of the day, Comment is Free.

It is an unstructured question and answer session in which Bill encourages comment from people in the audience.

Here they come:

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Technology Blog

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Bill Thompson now introducing the next section which he says is now about asking a more fundamental question: we used to think we knew what public service content was.

We don’t any more.

What, if you are an arts organization keen to reach new audiences using technology do about this?

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Digital Rights and Wrongs

This is a live blog of the Art of Digital London event at Sadler’s Wells, London.  If you spot any errors or inaccuracies, please leave us a comment.  Either way, please join the conversation!

Charles Arthur, technology editor at the Guardian is chairing this debate about whether the arts need a digital rights agency.

Panellists: Pete Buckingham (UKFC), Laurance Kaye (Legal specialist), Gavin Starks, Bronac Ferran, Jamie King

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Further Field

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Ruth from Further Field shares about their work.

Started out as a DIY web developer in the 90s, now run a substantial online platform, both for debate and for collaboration, allowing people to make things in real time.

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Peter Gregson Interview

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And we’re back!  We’ve listened to a very nice selection of contemporary music pieces performed by award-winning cellist Peter Gregson.

Peter Gregson now being interviewed by Hannah Rudman, director of AmbITion.

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Social Media and the Arts

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Andy Gibson of School of Everything introduces the next section with a discussion on playing with ‘social conventions’.

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Art of Digital London – Sadler’s Wells – Culture Blog Interview

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Panel Discussion between Bill Thompson, Charlotte Higgins and Ekow Eshun about participatory arts projects in the Manchester International Festival.

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