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The Digital Content Development (DCD) Programme is a three year Arts Council England, West Midlands programme to encourage arts organisations to develop imaginative, bold and ground-breaking ...

The Digital Content Development (DCD) Programme is a three year Arts Council England, West Midlands programme to encourage arts organisations to develop imaginative, bold and ground-breaking approaches to the creation of digital content that will develop and deepen engagement with new audiences.

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  • ACE-WM Digital Content Development (DCD) Programme
  • Key facts
    • ACE-WM managed fund initiative over three years, part of ACE National Digital Challenge programme.
  • Key facts
    • £230,000 a year - for three years.
  • Key facts
    • Horizontally linked to £10M 4IP production fund
  • What’s it about?
    • New forms of (audience) engagement
    • Widening definitions of ‘artistic content’ and exhibition
    • New business models
  • What’s it about?
        • new means of generating artistic content
        • new forms of distributing content
        • new modes of (business) operation
        • new partnership alliances –new business models
  • Aims
    • Support the development of proposals through
    • workshops, symposium and networking events
    • Assist in brokering partnerships across the arts/media, and creative technology business sectors
    • Provide significant funding to further research and development
    • Support the coordination of project evaluation and dissemination
    • Project selection cross-referred with the 4IP programme
  • Applying
    • No form
    • Surgeries -monthly
    • Draft application- any time
    • Panel meet every three months
    • Decision immediately
    • Can re-apply
    • Can submit more than one application
    • Will fund R & D
    • No match funding required
    • How will the proposed activity change the applicant organisation?
    • Describe the proposed project in detail, explaining:
      • What creative content will be made accessible
      • The processes, platforms and technologies by which it will be made accessible
      • The anticipated audience for that content
    • Indicative programme for future distribution of creative content
    • How the arts organisation will evaluate the project
    • A balanced income and expenditure budget
    Applying to DCD
    • [email_address]
    • 07983 153095
    • or
    • [email_address]
    • 0121 631 5718
    • Guidelines: www.artscouncil.org.uk