Wednesday 21st December
CultuurNet.be have upload all the slideshows to slideshare. See them all and a summary of each session here on the network all ...
Tuesday 13th December
A pictorial reflection. This collection of photos and short video clips paint a small picture to give an impression of the Buzz 'on the ground'. Did you take photos? Have your written a blog post? Post your links in the Ghent AEN group and they will be included in the network archive page for the New Technologies for New Audiences event.
Thursday 8th December
Another AEN partner event has taken place to rapturous applause leaving us with the critical evaluation and the question "What do I do now?" As you are reading this your journey can start here. Over the next few days blogs, tweets, photos, forum topics and presentation slideshows will be added to the network. Honest feedback is essential. What did you enjoy? What didn't work for you? At least wifi won't be on the list of annoyances. Thank you to all the Ghent team who seamlessly delivered a wonderful event. I think we all learnt alot. But what I want to know is, has it made a diference? What is going to change within your organisation. AEN wants to know.
Saturday 3rd December
The New Technologies for New Audiences has a Twoppy event guide. The Audience or attending delegates use the event guides for free, to modify the branding as CultuurNet Flanders has done requires a basic upgrade at a cost of £152.27 for a year. The intention of this post is to get the New Technologies for New Audiences event guide on to your devise for you to get great added value when you attend next week's events. The method my vary from devise to devise.
When is an app not an app? When its a mobile optimised dedicated miro-site. Twoppy sits perfectly on most web enabled mobile devises. No multi-platform designing necessary just a few more steps to install than the one click 'install' command app store users are familiar with.
Explore the Event Guide enjoy the New Technologies for Audience event. If you are in Ghent find me, tweet. If you are unable to attend join me on the live-stream, there is direct chat on the livestream viewer and there will be a chat room running here on the Audiences Europe Network's chat page.
Friday 2nd December
We now have a AEN livestreaming page for you watch the sessions and view the pictures and podcasts directly from the network. The chat module has also been turned on so you can IM to chat to anyone one else logged on to the Audiences Europe Network. Check out the NETWORKING tab for all the AEN social networking activity.
There is also a group for you to stay in touch with each other and get all the Ghen... once the event has ended.
Wednesday 23 Nov
Last week (3 articles below) provided a little background to our Ghent hosts @cultuurnet_be
Tuesday 15th November
To help you get to know our next Audiences Europe partnered event CultuurNet Flanders have written 3 articles for you to digest before you travel to Ghent in December.
Introducing CultuurNet Flanders
CultuurNet Flanders has a team of 8 people who travel throughout Flanders to give personal support to local authorities and to help them in taking a more strategic approach to their culture and leisure communication.
As well as personal support, the OuTnetwork focuses on knowledge-sharing between the partners, organising several workshops each year. The personal guidance and the workshops organised by the OuTnetwork are placing the partners a step closer to achieving their aim: to promote participation in culture to new audiences and to build a long lasting relationships with their public. Read the full article...
Wednesday 16th November
CultuurNet Flanders is implementing brand new technology called ICIS - the Infrastructure and Culture Information System. All you need is a PC, an information-pillar, a smartphone or a digital television. ICIS will then give you an overview of cultural and leisure activities located close by and adapted to your personal interests.
Innovation and Cultural e-Government
The information appears on the website UiTinVlaanderen.be displaying the full range of cultural and leisure activities in Flanders and Brussels. The new technology offers users the opportunity to add their own content: expert opinions, visitors comments and suggestions for other social cultural activities.
New and visionary ICIS-like projects have the potential to change the way audiences are introduced to and experience art and culture. Read the full article...
How can you motivate children to go and see an art exhibition in the museum just around the corner? How do they and their families even know what cultural activities are out there to discover?
These questions inspired the launch of the label ʻFlyʼ with the mission to give more children, more enthusiasm, more culture. Fly has gained such enormous popularity that when families are looking for a cultural pastime they now know to look for the little fly symbol.
More than 140 cultural institutions and local authorities use this popular insect in their communications. It appears in leisure calendars, programming brochures and municipal information magazines and it helps to make activities for children easily recognisable.
But, thereʼs more! Fly not only promotes cultural and leisure activities, but the little fly comes to life, appealing to children to leave their comfortable, cozy chairs and participating in nearby activities. These Fly campaigns are an extra stimulus to pull children over the threshold of cultural institutions.
This summer more than 200 museums, libraries, festivals and youth services took part in the Fly campaign, attracting more than 30,000 children. Read the full Fly. The Friendly Monster - culture for children article
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