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25th March 2013 Sara Lock

Resources by Rachel Escott

Concept Evaluation and Monitoring Report

An evaluation of the Concept programme, run by Pedestrian (a Leicester-based charity delivering workshops in art, music, and media working with disadvantaged, NEET young people and vulnerable adults). Written by Rachel Escott.

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This case study explores the key success factors and learning outcomes of Philharmonia Orchestra's successful audience development project, iOrchestra. Discover how a mixture of digital installations, interactive stations and live concerts were used to reach audiences whose engagement with top quality orchestral music was low or non-existent.

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Creating an audience development strategy for a consortium-led tour

Learn how the Philharmonia Orchestra prepared their audience development bid to Arts Council England's Strategic Touring Fund.  Find out what was learned about the process, even before the success of the application was determined.

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Maximising return on investment (ROI) in arts marketing

The shoestrings we once marketed the arts on are growing ever shorter and there’s a renewed evaluation of the role audiences play in the funding model for the arts in Britain today. Hopefully this comes alongside fresh recognition that adequate resources should be given to arts marketers so they can do a professional job. It is therefore our responsibility to ensure every penny is worked hard to get maximum return on that investment. This article looks at how we can sweat our budgets to market our arts organisations more effectively.

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