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We’re thrilled to reveal the Winners in the 2023 Digital Culture Awards!

The Digital Culture Awards recognise the best in digital transformation, digital engagement, and use of technology in creativity and culture. We received over 200 entries for 2023, from 166 organisations and individuals, coming from all corners of the country. Each entry highlighted the creativity, resilience and digital innovation which is embedded across the creative and cultural sector. The Winners – seven chosen by our expert Judges and two by public vote – are all setting benchmarks in how organisations and individuals can utilise the power of digital technology to transform, engage and grow.

Keep reading to learn more and be inspired by their winning work.

Using Data

Watershed – Balance & Belonging

Income Generation

We The Curious – Launching an online shop to generate income for We The Curious’ charitable aims

Digital Transformation

DaDa – DaDa Holograms research & development

Digital Ambassador

Julie Nicholson – DigitalMe: Tell your story. Change the World.

Digital Content

Dante or Die – Odds On – an interactive short film about online gambling

Content Creator

Roland Lane – SONZAI – A groundbreaking mixed reality art installation at the V&A in London

Being Social – People’s Choice

Crab Museum – Creating a Radical and Unhinged Social Media Strategy for a Very Real Museum

Digital Inclusion – People’s Choice

Sense – Moving Portraits – a dancefilm accessible for everyone

Tech Champions’ Choice

LeftCoast – Their agile approach to utilising digital technology to share their mission

Meet previous Digital Cuture Awards Winners

Each Winner in the 2022 Digital Culture Awards adapted to new circumstances by embracing technology and finding new ways to tell their stories. From organisations using their data and income to improve their businesses and become more resilient, to those forced to close opening themselves up in creative and exciting ways by engaging directly with their communities or becoming more accessible to those who need it – these organisations and individuals have cemented themselves as digital leaders in the arts and culture sector.


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