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9th June, 2009

LCACE commissioned research report: Developing Digital Priorities

This project responds to recent developments in arts activity, public policy, higher education and academic research. The Arts Council England, London intends to make strategic investments to support digital capacity in the visual arts over the next three years. London-based visual arts RFOs, particularly smaller organisations, are seeking to engage with ACE London’s emerging digital priorities.

At the same time, HEI are attempting to formulate new types of collaboration with creative industries and exercise influence on public policy. This is a small-scale project that attempts, in the first instance, to clarify the current policy, practice and research context in which collaborations between RFOs and HEIs are taking place, or might take place in the near future. It also maps a range of existing and potential collaborations between HEIs, RFOs and the wider creative industries.

Finally, it considers prior experiences of visual arts RFOs when collaborating with HEI (and vice versa) and reflects upon some of the challenges posed for future collaborations, especially related to ACE London’s digital priorities.

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