Digital Works Conference – Wednesday 24th April

Hosted by Substrakt

Curious about what digital means for funding, leadership, artistic growth, audience engagement, branding, marketing, ethics, partnerships, and beyond?

Join over 40 digital experts from the cultural realm and beyond to delve into the exciting possibilities and pressing challenges that digital presents for cultural organisations in 2024.

The Digital Works Conference will bring together speakers from organisations including the V&A, Lego, Nesta, Watershed, National Theatre, Marshmallow Laser Feast, ACMI, Royal Opera House, The Audience Agency, FT Strategies and many more to share their experience and perspectives with an audience of digital professionals at the beautiful Leeds City Museum.

Answering questions like….

  • How can digital working open up new funding and partnership opportunities?
  • Why are digital audiences as important as in-person audiences?
  • What makes a successful digital brand?
  • What is the artistic potential of working digitally?
  • Is your digital work accessible?
  • What makes an effective digital leader?
  • Are you using data to optimise your activity?

FT Strategies Director, Aled John will be explaining the journey the FT has been on to get to 1 million digital subscribers.

The Lego Group’s Anna Rafferty will be discussing the value of digital audiences with the National Theatre’s Alex Bayley and The Tank Museum’s Nik Wyness.

Australian Centre for the Moving Image’s Seb Chan will be presenting his work on digital leadership.

V&A’s Kati Price will be reflecting on a decade of digital transformation.

Award-winning activist and broadcaster, Shani Dhanda, will be sharing the very real impact of inaccessible products and services.

And Watershed’s Clare Reddington will be sharing the realities of leading a digitally-confident cultural organisation.

Plus over 30 more brilliant digital experts sharing their perspectives and experience.

Join us on 24th-25th April to connect with a diverse, international community of digital professionals and leaders from the UK cultural sector and beyond!

Arts, Culture & Music, Social & Networking
Digital Works Conference – Wednesday 24th April
24th Apr 2024 9:15am - 6:00pm
Hosted by Substrakt
Leeds City Museum, Millennium Square, Leeds LS2 8BH

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