Natelle Morgan-Brown, Consultant, Co-creation and Participation at The Audience Agency guides us through key questions we need to ask ourselves before we start on any community engagement project.
Resources tagged with Outreach & Collaboration
Creative Mile is an annual open studios event in Brentford (2021-2022), initiated and managed by local artists, with support from Hounslow’s Creative Enterprise Zone and Creative People and Places Hounslow. This detailed case study captures the growth of this event and outlines the major opportunities and challenges it faces moving forward.
Sallyanne Flemons, North East Family Arts Network Ambassador, shares learnings and insights from the three-year Family Arts Campaign Ambassador programme and its impact on both regional organisations and the families they support.
In this Family Arts Campaign webinar, Alex Covell, Access Producer for festival.org shares practical tools and tips that support inclusive practices for families at outdoor events.
Part of the Future Trends series, published as part of the Warwick UK Cities of Culture Project and commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. This paper looks at the importance of hyper-local offerings and developing a sense of ownership as ways of engagement.
A summary of the Association of Independent Museums (AIM) survey of its members on the impact of the cost of living crisis.
Part of the Future Trends series, published as part of the Warwick UK Cities of Culture Project and commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Co-creating is difficult so why do it. This paper looks at what makes co-creation valuable to those who participate and how to evaluate it.
This research, by Arti Prashar and Elizabeth Lynch, looks across England to explore the experience of older artists, and offers insight into work led by South Asian artists and practitioners with their communities. Read this report if you want to know more about older South Asian artists who are working in England or better understand … Read more
Discover what co-creation means, how it can help you actively listen to and collaborate with the local community and form new partnerships as well as helpful insight on putting it into practice. Explore the Heart of Glass and Battersea Arts Centre report and three podcasts with artists, producers, and collaborators.
Creative People and Places Hounslow take us through ‘Walking with the Unseen’, a project led by local people with no specialised experience of arts and cultural leadership. It shares how by working together and deliberating the issues that they identified locally, they developed an idea that tackled the huge subject of mental health in a … Read more