Two years ago the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts was put in motion with the premise to support innovative digital projects that would benefit the arts. How do we make sure that we do not get locked in our successes and that we continue to experiment?
- This is one of a series of blogs reflecting on how Nesta’s Innovation Lab works and what we’re learning about our craft. In this blog we reflect on five lessons we've learnt about how to make better funding decisions when you're backing innovation.
- We kicked off 2012 with a post explaining why the DCMS’s creative industries statistics for the UK needed to be updated and placed on a more rigorous footing. We started 2013 with a post on our Dynamic Mapping research which proposed a methodology for doing just that, based on the finding that creative industries have high levels of “creative intensity” (the proportion of the workforce in creative occupations).
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