How to take part
If you would like to post to the Blog, contribute artwork to the Gallery or learn more about the data myShakespeare works with, contact email@example.com
Submit a Blog. Get in touch with us about the subject you’d like to explore and we’ll share with you how we approach blogging using a set of guidelines and ask that you sign up to these before you start. Once uploaded to the myShakespeare website, your blog will also need to comply with our Acceptable Use Policy.
Share your ideas on the myShakespeare gallery. Artwork created for myShakespeare can be images, video, text or audio and be part of the main strands – data visualisation, performance, soundscapes and student projects. We are asking that contributors agree to using Creative Commons licensing and hope this open approach to the creative work will ensure the conversation is shared with audiences. Commissioned artists have kindly shared their work and ideas on a Creative Commons licensing arrangement for this project. Again, get in touch with us for further information on how to contribute to our gallery.
Learn more about the data we are working with. All the data used on myShakespeare is user-generated content in the public domain. The Bureau of Visual Affairs has created a data visualisation called ‘Banquo’ which presents a view of data on a timeline. The data has been collected from Twitter, Flickr and Ebay. The best way to see Banquo is on Google Chrome.