Kids in Museums outline how you can create a generous and welcoming offer for all families, children and young people in the face of the rising cost of living. Aimed at those working in the museum sector but lots of advice that applies to many venues.
Resources tagged with young people
At 22 years old Anna Petrova is making a name for herself as the head of excursions at Odesa Fine Arts Museum, Ukraine. Anna shares her experiences working in ‘the pearl of the pearl’ of Ukraine and her hopes for the future.
Eloïse Malone and Rich Halliday from Effervescent discuss how co-production can be used to communicate more effectively with your audiences and to have a positive impact on society.
This guide by Kids in Museums is designed to support the work of museums to represent and include queer communities and engage children, young people and families with LGBTQ+ heritage.
1. Introduction When lockdown first struck, we were about to embark upon the public engagement phase of the Eastern Cloisters Project (ECP), supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund, at Hereford Cathedral. We started 2020 with a speed dating event sharing research and an afternoon tea party, which reunited previous residents of the cloisters, and then … Read more
In recent years there’s been in increased interest in the role arts and culture can play in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Our latest research digest considers the evidence of positive impacts and identifies whether there any gaps in the current research?
Tamsin Flower finds new ways of telling people’s stories by the beat of a drum as part of her work with the renowned percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Part of her Fellowship at the Audience Diversity Academy.
A Creative People and Places case study for AMAculturehive. Ideas Test takes us through how they worked collaboratively to co-create theatre that prioritised young people’s voices.
An evaluation report by Elizabeth Lynch on Idea Test’s Make Change project. This is a story about a pilot project that did not work out as planned, that failed to generate all the hoped and planned for impacts but has made a useful space for reflection and learning for the Ideas Test team, their partners … Read more
Abby Bird, Audiences and Communications Manager, Black County Living Museum (BCLM) and creator of BCLM’s viral TikTok account talks about social media success, challenges, vision for the future and more. One of a series of podcasts with museum people by For Arts Sake.