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We're heads down, preparing to launch the new RSA Arts and Ecology Centre website in just over a week. It'll be a more open space, connecting groups, publicising artworks, announcing our own projects, seeding  debate, creating the link between the RSA's 250-year-tradition of fostering social ideas and the art world, and ultimately prodding the world of art into a closer engagement with the big issues surrounding climate change.

We're heads down, preparing to launch the new RSA Arts and Ecology Centre website in just over a week. It'll be a more open space, connecting groups, publicising artworks, announcing our own projects, seeding  debate, creating the link between the RSA's 250-year-tradition of fostering social ideas and the art world, and ultimately prodding the world of art into a closer engagement with the big issues surrounding climate change.

It's no longer enough to have a website which announces intentions from on high; web 2.0 allows a much deeper kind of involvment. With that in mind, a request:

What would you like to see on a new site? Do you have information you would like to see linked through it? How do you think we should be using web technologies to push out ideas more effectively to get a real dialogue going with both the public and the artistic community?

Please email...  or comment below.

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