Thanks for this Beryl,
At this point in time we are expecting feedback through the Native web site
- on the page itself where comments can be left.
Any thing longer than will fit comfortably on the comments section should
be e-mailed to the Digital R&D Team at Nesta or to me directly.
Note that at this time and under great time constraints! The information
presented is not the only way to look at the data or indeed to use it, so
we would welcome any feedback or indeed an analysis from a different angle.
We anticipate that we too will be looking at the information gathered and
thinking about how it can actually translate into action for the arts and
culture sector - though that is something for the (not too distant) future
rather than this month.
There is also a portal that enables top level analysis of the data. Please
note that those who participated in the survey have greater access to data
through the portal and are able to compare sector wide responses with their
own organisations response, so if you work for an arts or cultural
organisation it's worth signing up.
The portal can be accessed here:
I hope this helps!
On 2 December 2014 at 10:34, Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>
> Dear Emma and List,
> Thanks Emma, this is a fascinating report, and I thought it was
> encouraging to hear at the event in London this year that the question of
> "Standalone digital exhibits or works of art” was included, and was
> considered important as part of the digital strategy of leading
> Is there an online means of feedback where people can see each others’
> feedback as well as feeding back to you?
> I also wanted to flag up to the List in advance that in Feb/March 15,
> CRUMB’s Suzy O’Hara is due to be hosting a Theme discussion on this list,
> related to her research which most definitely intersects with this
> question, so perhaps this would also be an opportunity to discuss this
> On 2 Dec 2014, at 09:33, Emma Quinn <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I thought the 2014 Digital Culture survey report might be of interest to
> the list.
> We have surveyed 947 arts and culture organisations in England about the
> use of technology and the results can be found in the report that can be
> downloaded here:
> The report is the second of three planned surveys/reports and forms part of
> a longitudinal survey of the use of technology in the arts sector in
> This year we have also produced 6 fact sheets for each of the sectors as a
> summary of the findings and to show how they compare to the rest of the
> sector. These can also be downloaded from the web page above.
> Any thoughts or comments will be gratefully received.
> With all good wishes
> Emma Quinn
> Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art
> CRUMB web resource for new media art curators http://www.crumbweb.org
> Research Student Manager, Art and Design
> MA Curating Course Leader http://www.macurating.net
> Faculty of Arts, Design, and Media, University of Sunderland
> The David Puttnam Media Centre, St Peter's Way, Sunderland, SR6 0DD Tel: +44
> 191 515 2896
> Recent books:
> *New Collecting: Exhibiting and Audiences,* Ashgate
> *Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media,* MIT Press
> *A Brief History of Curating New Media Art*, The Green Box