The British Arts Council and the BBC hope to change the way people connect and experience art and culture by launching a project called space.
The experimental digital art media service and trial operation project began to run from May to October 2012.
The project will challenge artists, arts and cultural organizations to cooperate and cooperate with each other in a variety of different cultural experiences.
It will also draw on the artistic quality of next summer Olympic Games.
The investment of the art committee reached 2.
Receive £ 5 from its strategic digital innovation fund, which will be used to commission grants to create works for space display.
The BBC will provide a lot of support, including technology that allows artistic content to access four major digital media platforms, personal computers, mobile devices, tablets and connected TVs.
The company will also guide successful applicants through the innovation process.
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The service will also include live programming and showcase some of the best archival content of the Arts Council and the BBC archives.
Alan David, executive director of the British Arts Council, said: "What is really exciting about this space is that it will provide a public playground for arts and cultural organizations, technical wizards, for the audience
Anyone who is open to new ways of cultural exchange
Come in, be creative and give feedback on their experience. "BBC Director-
General Mark Thompson said: "cooperation is at the heart of our vision for the BBC, and our cooperation with the British Arts Commission is something we attach great importance.
"The launch of space demonstrates our shared commitment to bringing great art to all, the ability of the great history and art Council based on BBC technological innovation to inject vitality into the art world.
"The public must submit a letter of intent by December 9, and some of them will be invited to submit a full application.