Hynt exists to make the arts in Wales more accessible to D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people. This Impact Report examines the effectiveness of the scheme through research with stakeholders.
Resources tagged with inclusion
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.
Flo Carr, Associate Director, Indigo speaks to Tom Bilson, Head of Digital Media at The Courtauld about the Digitisation Volunteer Project – the largest and most diverse public inclusion project The Courtauld has ever run.
Historic England believes that the historic environment in England should be accessible and relevant to everyone who lives and visits there, whatever their socio-economic background, race, religion, sexuality, gender, disability, or health. A useful guide on how to develop a strategy for inclusion, diversity and equality.
Showing support for LGBTQ+ colleagues and audiences needs more than just throwing rainbows into your feed. Eleanor Kilduff, Digital Content Creator, Splitpixel asks is your brand truly an ally? A Splitpixel resource.
Heath Wilder, Head of CRM and Business Intelligence, Sydney Dance Company explores how we can nurture diverse neurotypes in the workplace and the many benefits of hiring neurodivergent talent. A Tessitura Network resource.
Daniel Acosta, Advertising and Sales Manager at The Dallas Opera, and Andrea Cuevas, Director of Marketing and Communications at Hartford Stage give insight and advice on how marketers can activate their organisation’s diversity and inclusion goals. A Tessitura Network resource.
Kwame Kwei-Armah, Artistic Director of the Young Vic, London, joins Andrew Recinos, President, Tessitura Network for a conversation about the responsibility of theatres to address systemic inequities head-on. He also discusses his own experiences as a Black man in both the United States and the UK, and the risks of thinking we’ve won a battle … Read more
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.
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.