Including...record-breaking digital art, Zoom fatigue and The Royal Court's 'Living Newspaper'.

March 24, 2021
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Katie Moffat

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Digital Snapshot, bringing you all the latest digital news, case studies, tips and guidance for the arts, culture, museums and heritage world. We hope you are all keeping well and don't also feel like this chair...

Some exciting news to start us off; The Audience Agency has been awarded a grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Part of the Digital Skills for Heritage programme, this strand aims to develop collaborative practice amongst communities to encourage digital engagement with archives. You can find out more about the other grants awarded under this tranche of funding on the NLHF website.

And remember, if we can help you with any of your digital activity, including research, strategy or training, please do get in touch.

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That's it for this issue. As ever, if you come across any interesting or noteworthy content please do send it my way. We are here to support you with training, research and consultancy, so please do get in touch. You can find all past editions of the Digital Snapshot here.

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