By Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web (WWW) in March 2019, the British Council in India has announced its Digital Open Call for all creative professionals who have a powerful idea that has the ability to engage and unite millions of young people across India, the UK and the world. British Council would like to use the opportunity of this milestone to explore what artists and art of tomorrow look like through digital creativity and presents an opportunity to individuals, creative artists, boutique creative firms, coders and gamers to showcase their work to Indian and global audiences.
The World Wide Web has been central to the development of the Information Age and is the primary tool billions of people use to interact on the Internet. For countries to run seamlessly, governments to provide services to their citizens, businesses to talk to their global audiences, education to be made accessible, or simply for entertainment. 400 million Indians, and 4 billion people globally, are connected to the world wide web.
The British Council is looking for proposals that celebrate diversity, inclusion, equal opportunity and freedom of expression. The call is aligned to the thought that World Wide Web allows for equal access and for people to connect, learn and have more opportunities. It aims to explore the changing concept of connection by supporting digital culture projects that have been inspired by the connectivity brought forth by the internet and taking a plunge into what would future look like.