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Digital Works

June 16, 2017

Digital Works is our programme of events which brings people from across the arts, cultural, heritage and creative sectors to share best practice around digital. We hear stories of success, lessons learned from failure and discuss and debate new and emerging techniques, services and products. 

Digital Works was born from our observation that the best conversations at conferences come, often, not from the speakers themselves, but triggered by questions asked to speakers or between the delegates during the coffee break or in the pub. There was also a frustration that digital folk in the arts, who are all-too-often lumbered with a head-spinning array of things they’re expected to be experts in, are rarely given the opportunity to come together and discuss things.

Next event:

Digital Works #3 will be held on Tues 19th September 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall.

The focus of DW#3 will be e-commerce & sales, and membership & fundraising.

if you are interested in attending or hosting a future Digital Works event then please drop us a note: team@substrakt.com.

Digital Works #1

When? January 2017

Where? Hackney Empire

What? We discussed a lot, including; procurement; when to outsource; analytics and user testing; content creation and distribution; connecting physical and digital experiences; bots, AI and automation in an arts context

Who? Speakers included Robbie Beak (Ammba), Chris Unitt (One Further), Sam Knight (Substrakt). We welcomed participants from organisations including Birmingham Hippodrome, The Roundhouse, Exeter Northcott, Royal Albert Hall, London Theatre Company, Snape Maltings, Royal Court Theatre, Directors UK, English National Opera, Grange Park Opera and Waddesdon Manor.

You can read a full write-up of the day here.

Digital Works #2

When? May 2017

Where? Cadogan Hall

What? Data & Analytics and Digital Strategy

Who? Speakers included Aoife Breen (English National Opera), Chris Unitt (One Further), Katie Moffat (Audience Agency) and Joe McFadden (Royal Opera House). We welcomed participants from organisations including Nesta, Cardboard Citizens, Birmingham Hippodrome, Hepworth Wakefield, Royal Albert Hall, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, London Theatre Company, Snape Maltings, Royal Court Theatre, Bush Theatre and Sadler’s Wells.

You can read a full write-up of the day here.