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Webinar recording – Connected to Culture LIVE: Building digital skills for the future

About the conversation

This panel discussion, presented in partnership with Google Arts & Culture and their Connected to Culture playbook, was recorded live on Thursday 29 October 2020.

Chaired by Tiina Hill, Senior Manager, Digital Culture Network, Arts Council England,  and featuring panellists:

  • Adam Szabo – Chief Executive, Manchester Collective
  • Jemma Waters – Head of Responsible Transformation, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Liz Williams MBE – CEO, FutureDotNow UK & Chair, Good Things Foundation

They came together to discuss:

  • The skills gaps highlighted by the pandemic
  • Ways organisations can be innovative in how they use the skills they already have in-house
  • How that might shape thinking around skills acquisition in the future

For tips, tools and inspiring examples designed to help your organisation continue your artistic and cultural programmes online, we invite you to check out the Connected to Culture playbook at goo.gle/connectedtoculture/

About Google Arts & Culture

Google Arts & Culture is a non-profit initiative that works with cultural institutions and artists around the world. Their mission is to bring the world’s art and culture online so it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere. It is available for free for everyone on the web, on iOS and Android. Find out more here.

Further Support

The Digital Culture Network is here to support you and your organisation. Our Tech Champions can provide free 1-2-1 support to all arts and cultural organisations who are in receipt of, or eligible for, Arts Council England funding. If you need help or would like to chat with us about any of the advice we have covered above, please get in touch. Sign up for our newsletter below and follow us on Twitter @ace_dcn for the latest updates.

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