Sharing learning: Alchemy Film & Arts – Upholding our commitment to art and audience

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Sharing learning: Alchemy Film & Arts – Upholding our commitment to art and audience



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© Workshops with Burnfoot Community Gardeners and Moving Image Makers Collective. Photo: Karel Doing
SUMMARY

Rachael Disbury, Production Director at Alchemy Film & Arts, shares how the organisation changed their approach to audience engagement, paying close attention to what wasn’t working and creating more tailored approaches for engagement as a result.

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This is part of a series of learning case studies in which cultural practitioners share their reflections and learning honestly so others can learn from and build on their experiences.

"Due to a close look at successes and failures over the years, we decided to fully integrate all the different programme strands. While this is on hold due to COVID-19, we have worked towards a more fluid practice that sees exhibition as a tool in a toolbox of many forms and outputs; one physical element of a more connected and engaging project, with audiences and interests identified early on."

Rachael Disbury, Production Director, Alchemy Film & Arts

 

Published: 2020
Resource type: Case studies