How do we establish collaborative communities of practice online as well as in physical spaces? How do we make culture through shared creative activity and active shared creation? (via February 2013. Vol. 17, No. 1. – Making Culture: 21st Century Communities of Practice – David Darts « CultureWork)
Carrots for culture…coming soon to a Slovene theatre near you…? (via Spanish theatres and artists find creative solutions to austerity measures | culture360.org)
How Curators use Tumblr (well, I simply HAD to tumblerize this, ey? :-) (via The Way We Share: Transparency in Curatorial Practice)
Just a shitty reminder to myself, how such debates are lacking in my national space….
How to explain the weight of minute details when designing a cultural service? (via Why you should move that button 3px to the left — Design Startups — Medium)
Crowdsourcing For Arts? Fine for some (excellent) projects, but NOT as solution for funding whole sector. (via Anatomy Of A Successful Kickstarter Campaign (And What You Should Know Before Launching Yours) :: Tom’s Bike Trip)
After the creative industries hype, reality strikes.”not through tax breaks, nor wars against red tape – not even more venture capital. We need the things that policymakers and business groups don’t talk enough about: high quality, affordable education, properly resourced apprenticeships, prestigious technical colleges, and continuous professional development programmes. (via Creative industries: forget about tax breaks and focus on training | Culture professionals network | Guardian Professional)
Fake participation projects…I’ve seen it several times, suspected that too many times…and can only hope, that in like at least 5 years someone on Ministry will get a friggin clue and do something about it. (via Museum 2.0: Kids, Coercion, and Co-Design/ @ninaksimone)
Sounds reasonable cultural strategy: “explicitly aims, as a matter of equity, to make the arts more accessible to all ”, “culture is not created by government, but enabled by it”; “increase in access to collections across country, to assist industry, researchers and the public”, right? Sounds like a wet-dream to me. (via Creative Australia: An open door to culture? | OpenGLAM)
This one is kind of a local, regional: “Key issue in culture is avoiding making any decisions… (Davor Mišković: Ključni problem kulture je izbjegavanje odluka)
We all are dependant on our inspirators; can you count yours? @alchemyprod can.. (via My Gurus | Arts Professional)
So. Many. Ideas. So. Little. Chance. (via 15 tips for making micro performance |CPN | Guardian Professional)
Startup companies now have a chance to win $10K for- incorporating art or design into their business.
How cool is that? (via A new take on arts and entrepreneurship at MIT - The Tech)
So. Many. Ideas. That. It. Hurts. (via Punchdrunk theatre company returns with show shrouded in secrecy | Stage | guardian.co.uk)