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Leading Groups in the Time of Covid-19

Chris Rolls, Senior Project Manager, 64 Million Artists explores how Covid-19 is making us redefine our experiences of belonging to groups and argues now is the time to radically explore new, accessible and inclusive ways of working.

Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

Go See: group visits increase opportunities for arts engagement

Jane Wells shares how First Art has increased opportunities for arts engagement through group visits and subsidised tickets.

Published: 2017 | Resource type: Case studies

Gallery research

Results of a pilot shared survey of galleries in the South East, South West, East, East Midlands, London and Wales. Visitors to galleries were asked questions about their age, locality, frequency of attendance, art specialism and art purchasing.

Published: 2011 | Resource type: Research

Audience Research: Cornerhouse Manchester

A summary of the findings of seven pieces of audience research: Cornerhouse Audience Profiling Report Cornerhouse Economic Impact Summary In-Depth Interviews with Audience Members Market Assessment Online Survey of Cornerhouse Website Users On-Site Survey with Visitors to Cornerhouse Manchester Single Spies Mystery Shopping Research The research and recommendations were used to inform Cornerhouse’s marketing and communications strategy.

Published: 2010 | Resource type: Research

Arts Engagement with older people and families

Twelve case studies of arts engagement projects working with older people and families in London. The case studies share the learning from Audiences London’s Family Advocates Programme, BAC’s work with non-professional older artists, a skills exchange with Building Exploratory, an architecture centre and Cubitt, a gallery and studios regarding work with older audiences, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Tate ... Read more

Published: 2011 | Resource type: Case studies

Our Creative Talent – the voluntary and amateur arts in England

An in-depth study of voluntary and amateur arts groups and informal adult learning in the arts in England. Commissioned by DCMS and Arts Council England to improve the knowledge base on the voluntary and amateur arts sector in England, it is the first of its kind on a national scale and represents the first step ... Read more

Published: 2007 | Resource type: Research

Creating life-long relationships with museum visitors

An insight into how The Natural History Museum aims to create life-long relationships with its visitors which rely on them being connected with all aspects of the Museum’s work.  For an organisation that has 40 different logos and a complex structure, this is no easy task, and this case study shows you how it can ... Read more

Published: 2007 | Resource type: Case studies

A tailor made approach to promoting the Edinburgh International Festival

In the year that the Edinburgh International Festival celebrated its sixtieth birthday, this presentation discussed how an understanding of audiences contributes to the development of the Festival brand, illustrating how in 60 years it has transformed a City not known for its festivals into one that attracts millions of visitors and generates over £200 million ... Read more

Published: 2007 | Resource type: Guide/tools

How and why businesses in and around Manchester are using Twitter

This guide shows how businesses use Twitter to market themselves and their work in Manchester, one of the most active Twitter communities in the country.  With clear illustrations of what the data on usage actually means, this analysis can help you to make sure you’re staying one step ahead of your competitors when using Twitter.

Published: 2010 | Resource type: Guide/tools


Marketing dance studio spaces to dancers

This short guide outlines the ways in which dance studio’s can market themselves to dancers and dance students.

Published: 2011 | Resource type: Guide/tools

Pricing strategies to encourage increased audiences at WNO

Case studies and research undertaken since the 1980s have shown that price is not the most significant barrier to arts attendance and suggests that there is scope for price increases. This article on Welsh National Opera’s experience found that for current opera-goers, a decrease in price could encourage more attendances and actually increase revenue.

Published: 2000 | Resource type: Case studies

Information, motivation and offer: getting group visits right at The Royal Collection

The Royal Collection attracts 25% of its visits from groups, and shares its insights into what groups want and need, how the market is segmented, trends and group sector opportunities. These sub-groups – including group travel organisers and tour operators – are assessed to reveal a series of top tips. These include the possibilities of ... Read more

Published: 2010 | Resource type: Case studies

How to manage multiple priorities

How can you manage a mix of priorities while still meeting the targets and expectations of artists, funders and line managers? How should you decide on your top priorities? This article describes how to manage your time effectively in order to achieve a balanced working pattern while still meeting all your objectives and deadlines.

Published: 2011 | Resource type: Guide/tools

Encouraging social attendance

How marketing, ticketing strategies and functionality are developing to respond to the way audiences and customers now use the internet when planning their social lives. Includes information on how audience member behaviour is affected by social influence, and how organisations can use this to their benefit.

Published: 2012 | Resource type: Guide/tools

Social marketing revolution

A summary of Mark Earl’s keynote presentation at the AMA conference 2010 on the social marketing revolution.

Published: 2010 | Resource type: Guide/tools