London's Institute of Contemporary Arts has revamped its website and announced that its monthly listings guide, ICA Bulletin, will now be released online as well as in print.
The website, www.ica.org.uk, will enable the public to access information on forthcoming events, get background information on membership and facilities, and reserve tickets online.
"The ICA has always been a very forward-thinking institution and these developments are just part of our vision for the future," explained Philip Dodd, director of the ICA. "we want to create an environment that promotes participation, encourages education and integrates both online and offline digital events worldwide."
The launch of the website, sponsored by Sun Microsystems, is part of an ongoing online strategy for the ICA. Over the next six months the Institute plans to create a global online arts community, including net exhibitions, debates and discussion forums.
There are also plans to put the ICA?s bookshop online.
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