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Scottish Audience Development Forum Thursday 23 October 2008 Partnerships 2.0 new creative audiences

About Forum 08 | Breakouts

The Scottish Audience Development Forum 2008 was held on October 23.

The Forum explored how to develop audiences for the arts, film and creative industries by maximising (web2.0) technology and new partnerships. The event was hosted by the Scottish Arts Council and Scottish Screen in partnership with Voxur.

Chair
Breakout Sessions
Panel Discussion 

Watch Voxur videos of the keynote presentations (text transcripts are available on request)

Chair

Catherine Holden

Due to illness, Muriel Gray was unable to attend the Forum.  Catherine Holden, Director of Marketing and Development, National Museums Scotland, stepped in to expertly chair the event. 

Panel Discussion - Is Technology in the Arts The Emperor's New Clothes?

Roberta Doyle

Partnerships 2.0 New Creative Audiences also saw luminaries from arts and culture incuding Roberta Doyle, National Theatre of Scotland and Clive Gillman, Dundee Contemporary Arts, take to the stage to debate the use of technology to develop audiences in a panel discussion, chaired by Roger Tomlinson.

Breakout Sessions

Visit the Breakout Sessions webpage for further details. 

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