The Insights Alliance (Baker Richards, Indigo and One Further) present the findings of the second wave of Missing Audiences research. Missing Audiences was created to find out more about how audiences are feeling about attending cultural events and venues following the pandemic.
Resources tagged with Covid 19
Covid-19 and the global cultural and creative sector. Two years of constant learning – new foundations for a new world
This report is a follow up to Covid-19 and the global cultural and creative sector – what have we learned so far? published in October 2021. As the report author Anthony Sargent says: Where I left the story last year, I outlined what felt the most important learnings for the Cultural and Creative Sector from … Read more
The results of the third Heritage Panel survey from thrive, Northern Ireland’s audience development agency. The Heritage Panel tracks audience’s views on returning to heritage, what has changed, what has stayed the same and what their attitudes are.
The impact of Covid-19 and BLM on Black, Asian and ethnically diverse creatives and cultural workers
How has Covid-19 affected diversity in the creative and cultural sectors? This report highlights the negative impact of the pandemic including the reduction of job and financial security, widening patterns of exclusion and reduction of job opportunities. It also details a set of industry and policy recommendations.
In this post Ben Walmsley and Tal Feder look at recent data from the Office for National Statistics Labour Force Survey to assess what’s happening in the performing arts workforce. This article brings together data that was shared at the recent Future of Theatre 2022 conference, hosted by The Stage
This episode of the Reflecting Value podcast is hosted by Lewis Hetherington of National Theatre of Scotland who brings together six people who have been participants in creative work during the pandemic. Created in partnership with National Theatre of Scotland.
This episode of the podcast Reflecting Value is hosted by Anna Woolf from London Arts and Health who explores the impacts of the pandemic on practitioners and the people they work with. Created in partnership with London Arts and Health.
Culture in Crisis shares research findings from one of the world’s largest investigations into the impacts of Covid-19 on the cultural industries. The research project was led by the Centre for Cultural Value in collaboration with The Audience Agency and the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre and was supported by the Arts and Humanities … Read more
In this post, Orian Brook, Dave O’Brien and Mark Taylor use data from the Business Impact of COVID-19 Survey to look at the use of the furlough scheme in the cultural sector and the impact this has had on employment.
Rob Lawson, Press Officer at The Cultural Spring takes us through how their team quickly pivoted their methods of delivery in response to Covid-19. Find out how they contributed to the improved wellbeing of participants, enhanced connections and also supported local artists and creative practitioners.