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TikTok logo on a screen How to use TikTok creatively

Making TikTok works requires an understanding of the platform and latest trends

An arrow pointing upwards What to consider before using TikTok

Considering TikTok within your social strategy? Here are some of the considerations

Two images of people using VR Headsets. On the left image a person wears a stripy jumper, a white VR headset and their arms are raised. They wear a glow stick bracelet on their left wrist. The right hand image shows a person standing in front of a picture of an eye. They wear a white VR headset. The lighting is dark in each image. Some of the best VR and AR experiences in the arts

We take a look at the new and interesting ways storytellers are engaging audiences

An animated image depicting a street in Digbeth, Birmingham. Red bricked buildings line each side of the street, with pavementsand bollards on each . A silver table and 2 chairs is positioned on the right hand pavement. The city scape is featured in the background. Building and Sharing Digital Worlds

How recreating real world settings online can help connect with local audiences in innovative ways

Caroline Jariwala standing in front of a wall of colourful swirling mosaics. Working in Communities

In our latest podcasts, we are looking at the way artists and organisations can use digital when working with communities.

A black woman wears a white dress. She stands, smiling, in front of a microphone with her hands on her hips. Platform versus the People

Dr Rianna Walcott looks at the recent changes at Twitter and asks what does this mean for arts and cultural communities?

Collection of photos of young people filming and recording audio on a bright blue background, with colourful patterns. Pitching to broadcast media

If you have a great idea for a programme for TV or Radio then here are a few industry insider tips on how to give your work the best chance of being commissioned.

Dark wood cottage with yellow window frames, with a big bush in the foreground Finding an audience for challenging work

Inspired by Derek Jarman’s diaries 'Modern Nature,' Creative Folkestone shot an experimental film in Jarman’s former home. We investigate the marketing and distribution strategy that made it so successful.

Caroline Jariwala standing in front of a wall of colourful swirling mosaics. 100 Masters – the importance of having clear aims

Creative Black Country’s 100 Masters started as a real-world exhibition celebrating local craftspeople. Their digital outputs propelled their Facebook following from 22 to over 80,000. But how?