Emma Callin and Sean Kenny, Villa Marina & Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man Government look at how they can attract a younger audience (14-24 yr olds) as part of their Fellowship at the Audience Diversity Academy.
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Following the temporary closures of cultural venues across the country in March 2020, Art Fund commissioned research to find out how they and others could best support as many museums as possible through this period. They asked cultural consultants Wafer Hadley to survey arts professionals about the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on their work … Read more
Nikki Locke, Head of East Durham Creates, shares some practical examples of how they’ve tested different approaches and put the needs of their audiences first.
Explore how marketing and programming teams can work together and how digital projects can bring together marketing, art and audience. This is a transcript from a session at Digital First, featuring presentations by Chloe Rickard from Kneehigh and Sarah Ellis from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Explore how Channel 4 juggles the demands of delivering public service content and balancing commercial needs in this report of Jonathan Allan’s keynote at AMA conference 2013.
The population of Birmingham has a significantly higher percentage of South Asian residents as well as a higher African Caribbean population. This report summarises how Birmingham Arts Marketing’s audience development project demonstrated to The Rep, one of the arts venues involved, the importance of talking and listening and being ready to make changes.
This report examines the findings of a qualitative research project examining ethnic minority attitudes to the arts. Focusing on the experiences of the Hudawi Cultural Centre and Lawrence Batley Theatre, both in Huddersfield, it looks at the triggers and barriers to attendance. It concludes that to raise awareness of mainstream arts, a strategic partnership is … Read more
A case study on how an arts centre has increased the involvement of young people in its production and performances. Twenty or so young people aged 14 to 25 design, produce and programme events and festivals, ranging from music gigs to dance and film.
Kerry Michael explores Theatre Royal, Stratford East’s holistic approach to audience development in this report from the AMA conference 2005.
Twelve case studies of arts engagement projects working with older people and families in London. The case studies share the learning from Audiences London’s Family Advocates Programme, BAC’s work with non-professional older artists, a skills exchange with Building Exploratory, an architecture centre and Cubitt, a gallery and studios regarding work with older audiences, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Tate … Read more