1. Introduction Can I create additional revenue streams from my collection online? The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been incredibly difficult for heritage institutions. Organisations have had to juggle the dilemma of how to encourage access and engagement with their collections, while visitors have been reluctant or unable to come through the doors; and … Read more
Resources tagged with partnership
This research gives an overview into consortia models used in the Creative People and Places programme. Witten by Catherine Bunting and Tom Fleming.
In the first of three behind the scenes blogs, Culture in Common consortium member Sara Lock answers the question people keep asking… Why is a physical activity charity leading a Creative People and Places programme?
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.
The pandemic held up a mirror to the cultural sector – how did existing inequalities influence peoples’ experiences during Covid? This is a recording of a session from our conference Covid-19: Changing Culture? in November 2021. The conference shared emerging findings from our Covid-19 research project and discussed implications with practitioners and policymakers.
How can cultural organisations and local communities work together towards recovery? This is a recording of a session from our conference Covid-19: Changing Culture? in November 2021. The conference shared emerging findings from our Covid-19 research project and discussed implications with practitioners and policymakers.
The Audience Agency leadership team shares its experience of the pains and gains of collaboration and partnership working.
Between 2017-2020 Emergency Exit Arts (EEA)worked with partners to conceive and deliver an ambitious arts and heritage project to mark the end of the First World War. This project report shows how the project, Paper Peace, engaged communities far from EEA’s south-east London base overcoming many challenges to engage disadvantaged communities.
Working with and supporting cultural organisations: local cultural policies and Newton’s Law of Cultural Funding
Researchers Rachel Johnson, Abigail Gilmore and Benjamin Dunn look at how Covid-19 is changing arts and culture policy and strategy within local cultural ecosystems, and the potentially damaging effects of a funding ‘gravitational pull’ within well-networked organisations and regions.
In this series of learning case studies, cultural practitioners share their reflections and learning honestly, so others can learn from and build on their experience. Here Clare Williams reflects on managing multiple agendas and questions of ownership in complex large-scale projects.