Gemma Wright, Head of Learning at Camden Arts Centre (CAC) talks about the learning programmes she creates to engage learners of all backgrounds. We also learn how CAC nurtures the next generation of artists through residencies and learning programmes. One of a series of podcasts with museum people by For Arts Sake.
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A useful guide by VocalEyes on making your presentations more accessible to blind or partially-sighted people. Many of the tips will help make your presentations more inclusive generally, including for people who are not fluent in the language you speak, and people with different learning styles.
While many people will visit an arts venue with a friend or family, it is important to give people access to the information they need so that they can travel to and navigate around the venue independently. This guide by audio-description specialists VocalEyes outlines the key steps to create effective descriptive directions.
Creative People and Places (CPP) commissioned writer and researcher Dawn Cameron to explore the question How diverse are we, really? The result is a multi-faceted and layered exploration of the core question, brought to life with stories and examples from the network itself.
MarketPlace has been developing a relationship with The Barleycorn Cafe in Middenhall over the last few years. A need to tackle loneliness and create new shared experiences for local people resulted in a series of artist taster sessions to inform a longer project with their artist of choice. Find out the difference this project made … Read more
MarketPlace works across Fenland and the Forest Heath area of West Suffolk. This case study about their work with The Brandon Gallery Hub explores a new way to exhibit and experience art in a safe and socially distanced way.
Creative People and Places in Lockdown: responses and learning is a short series of five case studies that explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on CPP projects and how they responded. Each of the five case studies explores a different theme. In the fifth case study Kathryn Welch reflects on some of the themes … Read more
This case study is based on a session at Digital Heritage Lab’s Digital Skills Day, when Ranjit Atwal spoke to Emma Beck from St Mellitus Organ Restoration Project in Stroud Green, North London and Oonagh Gay, Chair of Islington Guided Walks, about a series of ‘podtours’ they have created. The ‘podtour’ is an audio walking … Read more
Based in a former nurses’ home in Salford, the Working Class Movement Library is a treasure trove of books, pamphlets, archives, artefacts and fabric memorabilia relating to political and cultural institutions of the working class over the past 200 years. As part of The Lab strand of the Digital Heritage Lab, the library was mentored … Read more
During lockdown heritage organisations have expanded their learning offer to deliver programmes, resources and events online to continue to engage with their audiences. In this Digital Heritage Lab webinar recording, Amy Todd and Liam Cunningham from Dig Yourself consider what elements of online learning can we use to support the in-person learning experience. From expanding audiences, increasing … Read more