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Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap

Besides the COVID-19 pandemic which has thrown a curveball to the traditional methods in which arts and culture organisations and practitioners reach out to their audiences and deliver their works, digital transformation of the sector has become imperative due to a myriad of other factors as well such as digital disruption, shifts in consumption patterns, a greying population and the need for internationalisation. Therefore, digital transformation of the sector would not only enhance the experiences of audiences and visitors, it would also increase the productivity and sustainability of our organisations and practitioners.

Through a survey and deep-dive interviews with stakeholders from the sector, an Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap has been developed to facilitate digital transformation of our organisations and practitioners. The Roadmap includes a self-assessment which our organisations and practitioners can use to gauge their level of digital readiness, an array of digital solutions which they can adopt and benefit from at various phases of the creative process, as well as a list of funding schemes and other resources which can support them in their digitalisation journey.

For more details on the Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap, please download the documents below. You may also refer to the National Arts Council and National Heritage Board websites for relevant information. 

The Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap will be updated continually, as the needs of the sector as well as the advancement of technology evolve over time. In addition, we will be updating this webpage with engagement activities which we will be rolling out to share more about the Roadmap with the public. Therefore, do keep a lookout on this webpage for updates.

If you require any assistance in digital adoption, please do not hesitate to drop us an email at contact@mccy.gov.sg

Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap (Abridged Version)
Arts and Culture Digital Roadmap (Full Version)
Digital Toolkit
Funding Support

Last updated on 12 January 2022