Y-Robots: Writing About Robots
Nov28

Y-Robots: Writing About Robots

New Writing with Robots  Rupert Bathurst     Last weekend my company Tea-Powered Theatre hosted another one of our Teatre events. However, this event was different to the traditional formula. Rather than presenting one full-length piece in its entirety, with a cream tea beforehand, we instead presented three different short pieces a day in a rehearsed-reading format. After each piece was read we opened the floor for the...

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#LoveTheatreDay
Nov20

#LoveTheatreDay

Celebrating Theatre via Social Media Marcus Lilley   #LoveTheatreDay is the annual celebration of theatre that takes place on social media, and this year it happened on Wednesday 15th November. For me it is one of the highlights of the year, it is a celebration of all things theatre and an opportunity to celebrate theatre, open doors to parts of the theatre world that are not often seen, ask questions, share highlights and so...

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Losing and Finding
Nov07

Losing and Finding

How Minecraft Gave us a Space to Grieve Victoria Bennett & Adam Clarke   Before I write this, there is something I need to confess. I (Victoria) am not a gamer, or a technologist. I am a poet, with a love of old books and ink pens. In fact, I used to be a strong opposer of digital gaming. So, how did a previous ‘anti-gamer’ end up using a digital gaming platform to share one of the hardest and most personal experiences of my...

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Blockchain is a Hot Topic
Oct09

Blockchain is a Hot Topic

Tackling the Lack of Scarcity of Online Art Richard Adams   If you aren’t sure what Blockchain actually is then Oxford Dictionaries defines it as ‘a digital ledger in which transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are recorded chronologically and publicly’. That’s right, it’s not a new Internet or web, it’s a system for transparent recording of transactions.   Creating Value In the art world this...

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Using Empathy Maps to Explore Barriers to Writing
Oct02

Using Empathy Maps to Explore Barriers to Writing

Productivity, Procrastination and Empathy as a Tool Bec Evans   More of us than ever want and need to write. There’s more opportunity to get our writing into the world – with LinkedIn and Medium celebrating long form and platforms like Wattpad and Movellas sharing stories with millions of people each day. However, these opportunities can put pressure on us to write about our work and businesses, to differentiate ourselves and create a...

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