Having completed a year long course of research into the role of digital methods in civic activity, Gallery133 has produced a report following on from it’s Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Location Study (for the Gulbenkian UK) entitled: ‘CultureBanked? Blockchain and Distributed Systems in the Cultural Sector’.
(Hard copies only are available on request at a print on demand cost of £8 per copy)
The goal of CultureBanking® is to better connect the civic roles of public private and third sector organisations – and individuals – through the use of new technology.
Liam Murphy is developing relationships with potential partners in the ‘Tech Sector’, in licensing and IP to establish a partnership of ‘CultureBankers’ with public and 3rd sector partners to refund and re-finance place based cultural regeneration ‘from the ground up’.
The Gulbenkian Report into The Civic Roles Of Arts Organisations is published here: http://civicroleartsinquiry.gulbenkian.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/CGF-Civic-Role-Literature-Review-FINAL.pdf
Links to excerpts and articles on ‘CultureBanking’ can be found here:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with initial enquiries.