1. Introduction As with most things in our lives, the internet and technology has dramatically altered the heritage landscape. The ways we engage with heritage have changed and broadened. Many online heritage projects mean we are no longer restricted by our geography – for example Burns Night festivities that are primarily concentrated in towns and … Read more
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1. Introduction In this resource, our expert Stephen Dobson from the University of Leeds, explores the digital tools which may be helpful in the volunteer management process. Volunteers are of immense importance to the heritage sector. A 2020 study carried out by the Heritage Volunteering Group found that 45% of heritage organisations relied on volunteers … Read more
What is the value of using arts and cultural approaches to train and develop healthcare students? Find out in our research digest.
Sue Emmas, Artistic Director, Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS) explains their work addressing the needs of directors from backgrounds currently under-represented in UK theatre.
MY FREELANCE JOURNEY is a new bi-monthly blog series where we follow Arts Marketing and Fundraising consultant Beckie Smith on her journey into life as a freelancer
Future Learn’s free course designed to help you improve your chances of raising funds for arts and culture by developing your leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
Many arts organisations are making effective use of their assets and selling products and services to business to generate income. This guidance gives examples (Circus Space and Welsh National Opera) of how the arts sector has skills and ways of operating which are directly transferable to businesses – training, personal development, entertainment. It concludes by … Read more
Raising money in the form of sponsorship from a business is all about building relationships. This guide is intended as a brief introduction to sponsorship of the arts for galleries and museums. Guidance includes assessing your organisation, researching the market, making an approach and sources of further information and training.
A case study about how a company manufacturing sewing machines started by sponsoring an exhibition and has since immersed itself in the creative environment. Staff involvement in the community has made them more confident in their own skills, seen to be more effective than traditional forms of corporate training.
The AMA (Arts Marketing Association) is committed to raising the standard of arts marketing across the sector. We have contextualised the marketing National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the arts and cultural sector and have created an online suite of training needs analysis tools. This means that for the first time the industry will have a … Read more