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Need inspiration or advice on how to deliver great art on digital platforms? We've got together with a range of partners to bring you content and guides to help with everything from creative development and production using technologies such as VR or 360 filming, to live streaming and performance capture, to finding an audience online and measuring success. Here's the how-to.

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Views on the challenges and opportunities provided by digital publishing

Self publishing and the arts

Representatives from across the creative sector discuss the changing relationship between art and technology

TypeGuide, Audiences, Creative development, Production
A scene from 59 Productions' VR experience

Technology as a storytelling tool

How 59 Productions combine art and tech to tell amazing stories; set design, live recording, projection mapping, VR and more...

TypeGuide, Production
A man with huge wings performing in Rapunzel

Live-streaming a Christmas treat

Bringing a Christmas treat to hospices and hospitals - Theatre Royal Stratford East live-streamed its Christmas production of Rapunzel

TypeCase study, Audiences
Chicago from 11 Million Reasons to Dance - Sean Goldthorpe

Networks And The New Marketing

Damian Spandley, Director of Programmes at Curzon for part of the essay collection 'Self-Publishing and the arts'

TypeGuide, Audiences
Wide shot TUNDRA from National Dance Company Wales credit Rhys Cozens

New for new's sake?

Freya Murray, Programme Manager at Google Cultural Lab for the 'Self-publishing and the arts' essay collection

TypeGuide, Creative development
Jackie Clune (Julius Caesar) and Company in Julius Caesar - Photo by Helen Maybanks

What is 'content'?

Founder of MUBI, Efe Cakarel writing for the 'Self-Publishing and the arts' essay collection

TypeGuide, Production
A still from Bristol Old Vic's production of Messiah

Life, death and faith – Handel’s Messiah

Live theatre often involves a complex two-way relationship between the stage and the audience. Tom Morris from Bristol Old Vic explains how they captured this interaction for Messiah.

TypeCase study, Audiences

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