Sharing learning: Alchemy Film & Arts exhibition programme

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Sharing learning: Alchemy Film & Arts exhibition programme



Woman doing craft activities with wild flowers
© Workshops with Burnfoot Community Gardeners and Moving Image Makers Collective. Photo: Karel Doing
SUMMARY

In this series of learning case studies, cultural practitioners share their reflections and learning honestly, so others can learn from and build on their experience.

In this example, 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.

"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