Frequently asked questions
This course is designed to support arts and creative practitioners to embrace a digital mindset and to enable digital innovation within the sector.
The course is delivered in partnership with University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and will draw on expert knowledge and experience to build the digital literacy and capacity of the creative industries.
Through the ‘Digital Transformation for Creative Industries’ course, participants will:
- Gain the knowledge and ability to assess the digital strengths and priorities of their practice or organisation.
- Identify and implement digital practices, workflows and platforms to gain efficiencies and digital workflows.
- Be able to develop, mobilise and implement a relevant and customised organisation-wide digital strategy.
- Be able to apply adaptive architecture principles to enable digital innovation and transformation.
The course will be facilitated by leading creatives and academics from the UTS team, with a range of guest speakers and facilitators from across artforms and across Australia.
This course is for artists and creative practitioners, arts administrators, managers, and directors working in organisations or independently in the arts and creative industry. Participants will work in a range of artforms around Australia.
best suited for those with a beginner or intermediate understanding of the digital space as it relates to the creative industries. There is not a requirement for an existing high-level of technological skills or understanding to undertake the course. The course will focus on digital mindsets, literacy and strategic development.
The course is six weeks and requires up to four hours of your time each week.
The course includes self-directed reading, activities and online content as well as one hour of group learning and discussion with a facilitator every week.
The course is delivered on UTS online learning platform Canvas. Details of how to access, use and navigate the platform will be provided on enrolment.
For any questions or further information about the Digital Culture Program please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9215 9036.