A summary of the findings from ‘Culture on Demand’ research, which explored how demand is formed for the arts, the practical barriers for disabled people and what influences engagement among black and minority ethnic audiences and lower socio-economic groups. It includes two case studies: Balti Buses and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
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As cultural marketers it’s important to understand how representative our audience is. These guidelines offer meaningful and ethical ways to monitor the diversity of an audience – going beyond simply a ‘tick box’ exercise. You’ll find advice on planning, collecting information, representative sampling, and questionnaire design. It covers how to monitor ethnicity and disability, young … Read more
This report provides an outline of the Ethnic Contemporary Classical Orchestra (ECCO) model, part of the wider programme of education delivered by Musiko Musika. ECCO aims to break down barriers to participation in high quality ensemble playing for children from diverse social and ethnic minority backgrounds. You’ll find evidence collected from the ECCO projects at … Read more
Discover arguments for focusing on cultural diversity, examples of good practice and practical advice for marketing, management and audience development in this comprehensive guide.
This series of five case studies demonstrate different possible approaches for increasing the diversity of your audience. From the Balti Bus project at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, through to The Ramayana at Royal National Theatre London, each project approach is outlined and its effectiveness evaluated.
This report provides an overview of learning points from the Enabling Diversity – Greater Manchester project. This initiative sought to develop and provide relevant and sustainable audience development activity with culturally diverse communities in Greater Manchester. The objectives included securing active involvement of member organisations, building market intelligence and delivering marketing activities to specifically targeted communities.
This presentation looked at a range of primary and secondary research such as the DCMS Taking Part Survey and CASE reviews of research in sports and arts. It posed the question ‘What drives arts attendance? It looks at the impact of distance from venues and concludes that proximity is significant in predicting attendance, along with … Read more
Report on a seminar on developing culturally diverse audiences, focusing on Black and Asian audiences. The Arts Marketing Association (AMA) hosted a seminar called ‘Opening Doors’ in June 2001. With notable exceptions, the audiences of most arts organisations do not reflect the makeup of the UK population. Opening Doors focused on two objectives: 1. To help delegates understand some … Read more