AMA Conference 2020

Inclusivity and Audiences Day Resources

Inclusivity & Audiences Day

Built to support anyone interested in or actively working on inclusivity processes, diversity or audience development, and inclusion.

2 men looking at pictures in a gallery. One man is in a wheel chair

Inclusivity & Audiences Day

Built to support anyone interested in or actively working on inclusivity processes, diversity or audience development, and inclusion.

Inclusion starts by identifying who has been historically excluded. This means taking an honest, comprehensive look at which communities — or audiences — you’ve served and those you’ve left out. Then: take action to address this inequity.

Inclusion starts by identifying who has been historically excluded. This means taking an honest, comprehensive look at which communities — or audiences — you’ve served and those you’ve left out. Then: take action to address this inequity.

Inclusivity & Audiences Day is an online event that will support you in interrogating language and developing action steps. This applies to policies, data reports, funding brief, appraisals — all of which can fail to be inclusive. It will also add perspectives on audience development, and how to make a difference.

Below you can find a selection of resources, based on the topics explored throughout the event, that will help you make informed decisions about equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in your work and organisation.

research
A Tube station platform with the warning Mind the Gap on the platform edge
Photo by Bruno Figueiredo on Unsplash

Mind the Gap: Career progression for Black marketing professionals

research
Creatively minded and ethnically diverse report cover
Cover photo: Lightpost Theatre Company, photo © Kris Askey.

Creatively minded and ethnically diverse

research
Visionaries report cover
Cover image: Detail from Remembering a Brave New World, by Chila Kumari Singh Burman Tate Winter Commission 2020 Image: Elizabeth Lynch

Visionaries: A South Asian arts and ageing counter narrative

blog
A young, black child wearing an astronaut suit
Lonely Not Alone. 2021, Effervescent

Co-production: The future of authentic marketing

guide-toolkit
A group of people at various points on along path using chalk to create an artwork
Courtesy The Audience Agency

Building meaningful participation

guide-toolkit
A young girl writes a messageof solidarity on a blackboard
A young person shares a message of inclusivity at the National Justice Museum Takeover Day 2021. © George Archer / Kids in Museums

How can your museum engage children, young people and families with LGBTQ+ heritage?

report
Front cover of 10 Years of Learning from Creative People and Places report.
Rien N’est Moins Sur by Collectif de Bascule at Appetite’s Big Feast. Photo © Andrew Billington

10 Years of Learning from Creative People and Places

blog
Lizza Lane wearing an elaborate headdress of paper flowers and butterflies
Artist Lizza Lane. Photo © John Middleham

The impact of everyday creativity on community identity and cohesion

podcast
A father holding his young child on his back point at a display.
Courtesy Museum of London Docklands

Podcast: All inclusive – museum diversity and festival planning

guide-toolkit
Several hands on top of each other
Image by Bob Dmyt from Pixabay

Rethinking Recruitment

guide-toolkit
Social prescribing myth buster
London Arts and Health

Social prescribing myth buster

With thanks to our event sponsors:

Audiences strand sponsor

Spektrix logo

Inclusivity strand sponsor