Do The Arts Speak Digital?

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Symposium, 17 July 2009, London, AmbITion Day 2. (See here for AmbITion Day 1)
In association with The Guardian and Resonance FM.

Venue: Sadlers Wells.
Audience: All arts organisations in London regularly funded by the Arts Council.

Guest speakers include Ekow Eshun (ICA), Emily Bell (Guardian), Bill Thompson (BBC), Will Gompertz (Tate Media), Adam Gee (Channel 4), Hasan Bakshi (NESTA), and many more...

- Consider how arts organisations can maintain/change their relevance/ relationship to audiences, build communities, and develop artistic practice.
- Consider new business/organisational models
- Understand the implications of Digital Britain on the arts, and how we can ensure that the arts are key in determining what 'public service content' constitutes. 
- Generate critical discussion on the arts' approach to technology and digital culture.

10.15: Welcome address - Dame Liz Forgan , Chair, Arts Council England

10.25: Introduction - Hannah Rudman & Gill Johnson (ACE Head of Broadcast and Digital)

10.30: Keynote -  Ekow Eshun

11.00: Interview - Emily Bell (Guardian) talks to Bill Thompson on the Guardian’s digital strategy and her prognosis on a digital future for the arts.

11.30: The PDA Blog. Social media and the arts.  Does the phenomenon and the tools of social media change expectations and relationships with arts audiences?

Andy Gibson (School of Everything). 10 minute presentation.

Chair: Meg Pickard (Guardian)
Panellists: Rachel Coldicutt (ROH), John McGrath (National Theatre Wales), Tassos Stevens (Coney), Richard Slaney (London Philharmonia), Ed Baxter (Resonance FM).

12.40: Lunch
13.45: Performance, Peter Gregson/ interview with Hannah R.

14.15: Digital Rights and Wrongs. Do the arts need a digital rights agency to manage IP and copyright control?

Jamie King presents VoDo (10 mins)

Chair: Charles Arthur (Guardian)
Panelists: Andrew Burke (London Sinfonietta); Paul Gerhardt (ex-BBC Creative Archive); Pete Buckingham (UKFC); Sound And Music.

15.25: break

15.40: Technology Blog. Implications of Digital Britain and Ofcom's PSB Review on the Arts

Hasan Bakshi (NESTA) presentation 10 mins

Chair: Bill Thompson
Panellists: Frank Boyd (Unexpected Media), Jess Search (Channel 4 BRITDOC); Adam Gee (Channel 4); Hasan Bakshi (NESTA); Marc Boothe B3 Media;

16.40: Comment Is Free
Chair: Bill Thompson
Participants: all speakers, and audience.

17.35: Close

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