The DAEx Team are busy collating and editing all the media generated during ArtsAud14 and consequently 'after the fact'. Over the coming weeks leading in to the festive season we'd like to share with you the stats and stories arising from the event.
We'd also like to hear your experiences if you attended either 'On The Ground' or 'In The Cloud'
First off some pictures...
Storify has been used to compile a collection of everyones photos who snapped and tagged on Twitter and Instagram.
ArtsAA in Pictures - Day One
ArtsAA in Pictures - Day Two
Do look out for our DAEx correspondence over the next few days. Please send us any links to posts you have written. Please share with us your key action points you took back with you to your organisation, agency or practice.
I do hope you will continue this dialogue with us. This is 1 of 3, We will see how we go after that. This series of emails is part of the DAEx enquiry about meaningful context, relevence and the persistent value to a digital audience.
Caron Lyon @pcmcreative
- Arts and Audiences' 2014 DAEx producer
- Audiences Europe Network community manager
ArtsAA Media Legacy Page (work in progress)
After much discussion and debate Rich and I have created a website to run along side our network. This is predominantly to clean up this main page for you, the Audiences's Europe Network audience.
Everyone is someone's audience! Put your self in the shoes of your audience. If you have no time to engage what is to say your audience is any different.
As Nørrebro Theatre's Artistic Director, Kitte Wagner (Left) reminded us at the beginning of her presentation during session 3: Performing Arts & Theatre the etymology of the word theatre - from Latin theatrum, from Greek theatron "theater," literally "place for viewing".
Without the 'viewer', without the audience; art, theatre, music, festivals, events and exhibitions are lifeless no matter how vibrent our efforts.
Tell us about how you engage and grow your audience.
We want to know the AD needs of your organisation, the needs of cultural organisations and the needs of cultural policy makers in your country.
Fifteen delegates from the 'Open All Areas' programme participated in the morning session of the conference. The networking breakfast provided not only amazing views of the Titanic Quarter, thanks to some unexpected sunshine, but also a first chance to meet arts managers and practitioners from across Northern Ireland. The group then heard the Conference opened by ANI Chair Eileen Mullan…Continue