Results tagged with "case_study" (2796)
Julie Aldridge and Pam Jarvis explore how Brighton Royal Pavilion and Museums have reviewed their vision and business model in a bid to become more relevant and resilient.
By Julie Aldridge, Pam Jarvis Published:2017 Type: case-study
Cherelle Cunningham shares Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery's experience of using Periscope to engage the widest possible audience. Gain tips for getting started with live streaming.
By Cherelle Cunningham Published:2017 Type: case-study
Cherelle Cunningham is currently Marketing Officer for Birmingham Museums Trust, working on major consumer and commercial campaigns including the 3-year Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme. She has a particular interest in using targeted digital marketing campaigns to diversify audiences and increase the reach of events and exhibitions. She is also a member of Museum Detox – a network of BAME Museum professionals. Previous roles include Tate, Breast Cancer Care and The Drum Cultural Arts Centre.
In this video from CultureHive Day, Janine Irons from Tomorrow's Warriors shares her learning from the CultureHive Small-scale Development Programme. Discover how rethinking their audience development strategy allowed Tomorrow's Warriors to tackle inequality.
Published:2017 Type: guide-toolkit
In this video from CultureHive Day, Debris Stevenson shares her own personal journey from being a hard-to-reach young person to running her own arts organisation. Discover 15 things she has learnt along the way.
Published:2017 Type: case-study
Before joining Voluntary Arts in 2005, Robin was Deputy Chief Executive of Making Music – the national umbrella body for amateur music making, supporting over 2,000 amateur music groups throughout the UK, including choirs, orchestras, and music promoters. Previously, he worked as General Manager of the British Federation of Festivals, supporting the volunteer organisers of more than 300 festivals of music, dance and speech and drama across the UK. Robin has substantial experience of working with volunteers, having also worked for six years for the Royal National Institute for the Blind, managing a team of over 130 volunteer readers to …