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Resources tagged with "community"

OF/BY/FOR/ALL change network. Launch video with Nina Simon.

Nina Simon shares the vision behind OF/BY/FOR/ALL, a new global initiative to help civic and cultural organisations become OF, BY, and FOR their communities. A video of the launch at MuseumNext.  

By Nina Simon, OFBYFOR ALLPublished:2019 Type: blog


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OF/BY/FOR/ALL change network. Launching the First Wave.

The AMA is backing the OF/BY/FOR ALL change network and following its progress through a series of Blogs by Nina Simon. Find out more and join the movement including how well your organisation embodies OF/BY/FOR ALL outcomes and practices and how your work can grow.

By Nina Simon, OFBYFOR ALLPublished:2019 Type: blog


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Top tips for community venues organising a cultural event

East Durham Creates and ARC Stockton share top tips on funding, pricing, social media and food health and safety.

Published:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Artist residency reveals culture and food as powerful ingredients for engagement

Katie Musgrove shares how basing internationally renowned Filipino artist Alwin Reamillo at Canalside Community Centre in Burnley helped engage local communities.

By Katie MusgrovePublished:2017 Type: case-study


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Right Up Our Street: Engaging Communities in the Arts

Right Up Our Street uses a model of grassroots development, with an Arts Supporter on the ground, to connect people and drive forward creative ideas from a community team.

By Ecorys UKPublished:2016 Type: case-study


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Engaging Communities 'On Your Doorstep'

By being flexible and adapting its project to suit the community, Transported built up trust and engaged local people in arts activity at Fenside Community Centre.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Policies for the people

The Cultural Commissioning Programme is a three-year programme running from July 2013 to June 2016, funded by Arts Council England.The programme works to help the arts and cultural sector engage in public sector commissioning and to enable public service commissioners to increase their awareness of the potential for arts and cultural organisations to deliver their outcomes. In this article, Project Manager Jessica Harris considers the question: what would our public services look like if we used wellbeing evidence to inform policy-making?  This article was originally published by Arts Professional.

Published:2015 Type: article


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A Place of Constant Surprises – The making of a community play

Hannahs at Seale-Hayne, a charity in South Devon, was opened in 2010 as an innovative solution to the lack of appropriate facilities for people with disabilities once they reach adulthood. Working with guests, visitors and staff, a ground-breaking piece of new theatre was created telling the stories of the people at Hannahs at Seale-Hayne. Through creative workshops and one-to-one interviews, a final draft of the play with the working title A Place of Constant Surprises was produced. This evaluation report looks at the processes and benefits gained from this project as well as exploring the potential implications for this and future projects.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Transported Live: Assault Events at Elsoms

Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme that aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities. The programme has eleven different strands of arts activity, one of which is Transported Live: taking projects to the workplace and to those who wouldn’t normally engage with the arts. This case study describes how Assault Events were given the opportunity to work within the factory environment of Elsoms, a leading UK independent plant breeding (seeds) business.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Transported: arts engagement in rural Lincolnshire

Transported is a Creative People and Places project funded by Arts Council England. This document describes the projects that Transported is currently working on to help raise levels of arts engagement in rural Lincolnshire.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Pop Up Shops Handbook

Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme that aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities. This guide written on behalf of Transported by Dan Thompson of the Empty Shops Network, explains how to use empty shops as an effective arts space.

Published:2015 Type: guide-toolkit


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On Your Doorstep

In 2014 Transported’s On Your Doorstep project asked people in Boston Borough and South Holland to nominate public spaces which they felt were in need of creative enhancement or improvement. Working with the nominators, Transported have commissioned appropriate and exciting artwork to breathe new life into public spaces.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Transported Empty Shops Report

Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme that aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities. This report on Transported's Empty Shops project explains how empty shops were utilised as pop up arts spaces in August 2013.

Published:2015 Type: case-study


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Visions for the future – a key part of society

The region in which Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (Mima) is situated has very little arts infrastructure. It is a region with high poverty, high unemployment and very low life expectancy – where the art gallery is based, the average life expectancy is 54 year’s old. It was a risk to put an international contemporary art gallery in an area with such challenges. Kate Brindley, then Director of Mima spoke about the organisation with a view to offering delegates some encouragement, ideas and some hope.

Published:2014 Type: article


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A model for sustainable arts marketing in the education sector

Founded in 2002 the Windmill Theatre is a not-for-profit performing arts company based in Adelaide, Australia. This case study describes how Windmill's award-winning Arts Community and Education Program reflects the company's belief that capturing the imaginations of young people early in their development helps to establish a life-long love of the arts. Using educators to facilitate direct dialogue between artists and young audiences, their projects include Artists in Residence (AIR) programmes, participatory workshops, university-based research projects and a schools’ education programme targeted at the Australian education sector.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Community engagement through festival projects

Community engagement is a core part of the Mackay Festival’s planning and programming, with events such as the Bobcat Ballet bringing new audiences to the arts. This case study demonstrates some of the learnings from years of community engagement activity.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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The role of arts participation in regional well being

This paper is a summary of key areas of interest from Julia Anwar McHenry’s research thesis ‘The Arts and Social Well-being in Rural Communities: A Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment in the Mid West Region of Western Australia’. Anwar McHenry’s thesis is the outcome of a research project on the role of the arts in the social well-being in the Mid West with a particular focus on the nature and impacts of the arts in rural communities.

Published:2014 Type: research


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Growing community arts with people with disabilities

This Australian case study gives an overview of an ongoing partnership between the Victoria Park Centre for the Arts and Nulsen (acknowledged as a leader in Australia in the field of caring for people with profound and severe disabilities). The partnership was designed to enable Nulsen residents to thrive in the artist community and find a place in the larger Victoria Park community. This case study is from ‘Open Arts: Reflections on the Disability and the Arts Inclusion Initiative in Western Australia’ (a partnership between the Department of Culture and the Arts and the Arts and Disability Services Commission).

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Engaging with rural communities to develop new audiences

When I Was A Rat toured to The Courtyard Arts Centre in Hereford in 2013, two family-based circus skills workshops were organised by The Coutyard at Moccas Village Hall and Kingsland Village Hall. The Courtyard's marketing team had identified these two villages as being in areas of low engagement with the venue. The workshops linked well with the physical theatre, musical and dramatic elements of I Was A Rat and aimed to engage with a new audience. The Courtyard has minimal local competition for arts audiences but it has to tackle the challenge of rural Herefordshire’s scattered population.  

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Village and community reps: social media – but in the real world

Lincoln Drill Hall is a thriving arts centre based in the heart of Lincoln servicing the city, county and beyond. In this case study, Gavin Street, Drill Hall's Marketing Manager, desribes how the venue has recruited a team of volunteer village and community reps to help spread the word about Drill Hall in their village or community. The volunteers meet at Drill Hall every six to eight weeks to discuss forthcoming events and issues; and bring comments and ideas back from their communities. The volunteers are Drill Hall's real-life version of social media.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Developing audiences for contemporary art in the Inner and Outer Hebrides

Atlas Arts develops audiences for contemporary art in the Inner and Outer Hebrides with a team of just two people.  Working without a venue, the artists Atlas Arts commission work in different ways but all of them make connections with the contemporary world around them, tapping into the unique qualities of the local, rural area.  This case study includes three examples of how Atlas Arts uses projects to connect with local community issues and supports cultural tourism; working locally to raise the area's profile nationally and internationally.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Engaging communities beyond the building

York Theatre Royal takes a cross-departmental approach to engaging communities ensuring the whole organisation is audience focused. They build long-term relationships with visitors and participants by working with them to deliver artistic work. During this AMA conference 2013 session Abbigail Ollive and Alexander Wright shared details of how York Theatre Royal has transformed the impact it has on its community.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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How to involve your target audience in the development of a marketing campaign

This social marketing case study has been shared by the National Social Marketing Centre and demonstrates how you can successfully involve your target audience in the development of behaviour change related communications.  NHS Stockport wanted to increase the number of people accessing local smoking cessation services.  A marketing initiative ‘lose the fags’ was launched that involved successful local partnerships and led to an increase in quits and quit attempts. The campaign was underpinned by research and a segmentation study that helped the social marketing team understand the key barriers and attitudes towards smoking cessation services.  Community consultation workshops led to …

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Tackling graffiti through art related engagement

This social marketing case study has been shared by the National Social Marketing Centre.  In 2007 Brent Council’s Graffiti Partnership Board (a multi-agency partnership) successfully led diversionary activities and implemented a stronger investigation and enforcement strategy to tackle graffiti in the area.  The approach was developed after extensive research and engagement with young people, graffiti offenders and victims.  A vast amount of art related engagement took place with young people and urban art workshops were particularly successful.  This case study outlines all activities and the key lessons learnt.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Developing successful cultural partnerships in the community

This book offers examples of successful cultural partnerships from the US and outlines how these have benefited local communities.  Based on the success of these partnerships it also offers some useful advice on developing successful partnerships in the community as well as outlining some less successful ventures into partnership and based on this, tips on what should be avoided.  Case studies are shared from across the cultural sector in the US. This is a detailed but well presented and easily digested book.

Published:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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An exploration of the potential of music in youth justice

This review by US consultancy WolfBrown was commissioned by the Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute in 2012. The purpose of the review was to invite readers and stakeholders – including organisations, musicians, staff, and advocates–to think about three key questions:  What exactly can music (or, more broadly, the arts) contribute to the reform of juvenile justice systems? What constitutes making that contribution responsibly and well? How do we build evidence that music (or the arts more broadly) make a difference in the lives of youth, staff, families, or facilities? The study involved extensive desk research as well as contributions from …

Published:2014 Type: research


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Launching the new Library of Birmingham

It’s not every day that libraries make the front page, but the opening of the new Library of Birmingham was one of the big culture stories of 2013. In this case study, Kate Feld interviews Sara Rowell, Partnerships and Marketing Senior Manager at the Library of Birmingham, about the launch of this spectacular new building and finds out what happens next.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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How library services can collaborate to promote community cohesion

Cityread London is an annual celebration of literature that aims to bring reading to life for the whole capital. Each April, Cityread asks Londoners and visitors to pick up the same book and read it together. A month-long programme of book groups, film screenings and other events takes place across London. It is the only programme that involves all 33 London library services. This case study describes the processes involved in organising this event.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Improving children and young people's engagement with libraries

The Evolve Project is a US-based open collaborative platform that aims to change the way people see libraries. In this case study, Brian Pichman describes how The Evolve Project improved young library users’ engagement with the library’s children’s space by changing its design and putting in new technology and programming that encourages them to learn and interact in different ways.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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Libraries as Start-ups

These days, people aren’t just checking out books at the library – increasingly, they’re making things there. Brian Pichman from the US-based The Evolve Project, which aims to change the way people see libraries, discusses the new collaborative and creative uses of libraries being successfully trialed around the world, including maker spaces and fab labs, and argues that libraries should foster a “start-up” culture.

Published:2014 Type: article


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Art lending through libraries

Art To Go is an art lending programme in place at an Iowa City Public Library (ICPL) since 1965. It's a great example of one of the many unconventional ways libraries can enrich the lives of the communities they serve. The collection, which has about 400 items, is available to any patron with an ICPL library card, and two items can be borrowed for two months at a time with no charge.

Published:2014 Type: case-study


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How can a community based dance company be successful in the 21st century

In this white paper Ballet Memphis and National Arts Strategies (USA) share the findings of the initial stage of fact finding work that set out to ‘reinvent’ Ballet Memphis by ‘building bridges to new communities and planning a variety of sustainable scenarios for the future business model’.  It gives a fascinating insight into the questions Ballet Memphis posed to a large number of community stakeholders and arts partners. This work was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and jointly authored by Dorothy Gunther Pugh, Founder and CEO of Ballet Memphis and Russell Willis Taylor President.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Raising awareness of mainstream arts among ethnic minorities

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 key, including a community outreach strategy and joint programming.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Right up our street: audience development in Birmingham

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.

Published:2013 Type: research


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How arts organisations can use blogs to engage with the local community

Kate Feld spoke with Suzanne Stein, Head of Community Engagement at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) in California about Open Space - the museum’s innovative and wildly successful blog. The blog provides a place where the local community and the SFMOMA community can be visible and in dialogue with each other.  This case study illustrates how arts organisations can use blogs in a more meaningful way.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Books on bikes: bringing the library to the people

In May 2013, the Seattle Public Library launched its Books on Bikes pilot project as part of the Library’s Innovation Campaign, an internal project to develop innovative ideas. Books on Bikes is an outreach project that aims to bring the library to the people with teams of two Library staff biking to events and introducing people to Seattle’s Library services.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Museums, libraries, archives: how they contribute to the community

Museums, libraries and archives have a role to play in achieving important community and local authority agendas. This report gives numerous examples of how the sector makes a unique and effective contribution to the following areas: building stronger and safer communities, helping children and young people, improving adult health and well-being and building a strong economy.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Understanding what people value about libraries

Part of the third phase of the Envisioning the library of the future research project, this report examines what people value most about libraries, and how this can be used to continue to place libraries at the heart of their communities. The report identifies the importance of the library space, including its look, feel and purpose; the value of libraries to children and young people; the role of libraries in collecting and offering a gateway to knowledge and culture; the inclusivity of libraries and their role in social opportunity and equality, and the tension between change and continuity in libraries.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Envisioning the library of the future

Discover what lies ahead for libraries, and what we can do to help them develop. This major research project commissioned by Arts Council England intends to help set out the value, role and purpose of public libraries with clarity. It points out ways that libraries can respond to change in order to remain at the heart of the community, and gives focus for work in the future. This is the main report covering the first two phases of the project.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Generating audiences, regenerating arts and cultural organisations

‘Community Engagement’ in the public sector is often driven by a reforming government agenda and is meant to be a two-way process, with organisations benefiting from the imagination and energy of local citizens. Anne Torreggiani finds out that the extra dimension we have in the cultural sector is that what we have to offer is personally fulfilling and, frankly, more fun. It is about people’s creativity and learning, not just their involvement as well-behaved citizens.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Making community engagement part of your marketing strategy

Ten top tips for social marketing - an outline of key things to consider when developing and delivering an audience development campaign.  

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to make effective use of an annual report

This non-arts case study demonstrates how to make effective use of an annual report. We learn how a charitable organisation, The Scotland Yard Adventure Centre (known as ‘The Yard’), with the help of Tayburn (brand and reputation agency), overhauled their annual report with incredible results. The Yard is a purpose built indoor and outdoor adventure play service for children with disabilities (perhaps you saw them on BBC Children in Need and DIY SOS: The Big Build).  Given their small marketing budget, the annual report is their key communications tool. Tayburn helped The Yard to successfully tell their story from two …

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Opening up museum and library spaces for learning

A detailed report describing how the MLA Challenge Fund successfully enabled museums, libraries and archives round the UK to open up their spaces free of charge to self-organised groups of learners. Case studies include a poetry group and various heritage, craft and creative arts groups.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Artistic involvement stimulates and motivates staff

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.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Developing older people's digital literacy through creative engagement

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is the UK's leading media arts centre based in Liverpool. Can you hear me? I can see you! was FACT’s year-long programme working with residents of Sheltered Housing across Liverpool, Wigan and Warrington. Supported by the Baring Foundation, the programme set out to build the digital literacy of the older people aged 55 to 95  through creative engagement with artists and resulted in an exhibition of prototype communication devices that were developed with the residents.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Engaging audiences remotely – beyond the locative experience

This article looks at how cultural centres can engage those who are unlikely to visit their venue in person. Using digital tools, arts and cultural organisations can go 'beyond the locative experience' in profound ways. Focusing in particular on the website, the author examines how to overcome geographical marginalisation and building national and international audiences for 'local' venues. The article also considers the topic of building an online community.

By Caroline GreenerPublished:2013 Type: article


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Creating social impact by using new technologies

'Social by Social' is a practical guide to using new technologies to create social impact. It makes accessible the tools you need to engage a community, offer services, scale up activities and sustain projects. You'll find various case studies, toolkits, definitions and ideas including; an explanation of ‘Social by Social’ and why you should care about it, ideas for how to approach projects and make the technology work for you and a set of propositions which underpin the most successful projects.

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to strategically grow your audience

In order to grow audiences it's important to be strategic in your approach. This article explains how a combination of marketing cycle planning and gathering the right data can help you make informed decisions about communication and marketing activity. You'll find a series of practical case studies, tools and downloads that can help you be more savvy when it comes to developing your audience base.

Published:2013 Type: article


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How to carry out research into children, young people and families

This guide was designed to help community and voluntary organisations in Northern Ireland to research what works in relation to their service-users; what has been shown nationally and internationally to be most effective in producing the desired outcomes for the people they work with. It should enable organisations in the voluntary and community sector to make better and more informed decisions both about what they are doing and the impact of what they are doing. This document is not a comprehensive guide to research or evaluation, but serves to highlight a number of key aspects of the research process. In …

Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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New ways of engaging audiences with historic collections through user-generated interpretation

This paper provides a short overview of the HLF-funded Pre-Raphaelite Experiment, where Manchester Art Gallery trialled new ways of engaging audiences with historic collections through user-generated interpretation. The year-long programme brought families, community groups, schools and volunteers together to re-evaluate one of the city’s highly valued but potentially insufficiently-understood cultural assets. In a significant departure to the Gallery's standard approach to interpretation, one room was transformed into an evocative environment designed to focus responses on four key Pre-Raphaelite work in a more collaborative dialogue.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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This Way Up – a guide to arts marketing planning

A practical hands-on guide to writing a marketing plan and building audiences, aimed at people working in small scale organisations with limited marketing resources.

By Caroline GriffinPublished:2013 Type: guide-toolkit


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How the promotion of excellence could be a barrier to attendance

This keynote from AMA Conference 2009 poses the argument that selling the superiority instead of the diversity of the arts has not been a particularly effective strategy for developing audiences. It poses an approach to changing a culture of creating barriers that involves brokering relationships.

By Diane RagsdalePublished:2013 Type: article


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Engaging schools – the style of our lives project

This report outlines the process and outcomes of The Style of Our Lives, a LIFT project with the aim of celebrating the 'theatre of the streets' as represented by individual style and dress,  that took place in Stoke Newington in 2000.  Find out whether the aims and objectives of the programme were met, how the work was evaluated, and what recommendations for future activity are made.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Culture, creativity and quality of place in Newcastle and Gateshead

This case study of Newcastle and Gateshead offers a clear example of successful transformation from coal city to culture city, underpinned by a dynamic form of urban entrepreneurship. Their experience is discussed in terms of mapping the contours of the next stage of the urban renewal agenda. Three issues stand out: The need to invest in diversity as a way of breaking the ‘buzz to bland’ cycle, whereby successful regeneration is rapidly followed by homogenisation. The importance of inclusion and everyday participation as a way of ensuring opportunities and benefits are spread across the entire community. The need to be serious about long-term sustainability, rather than quick fixes.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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King’s Cross: how cultural festivals can contribute to regeneration

How Create King’s Cross, London led a cultural programme of commissions, fringe activities, partner projects, community programme, training, and networking, supported by coordinated and research-led destination marketing to raise the profile of the area over time (milestone events rather than a one-off festival). Targeting local and inbound visitors, and especially early adopters, evaluation reveals the successes, challenges and lessons learned of a multi-partner strategy in a challenging location, including how it developed new audiences, started to create a new cultural destination and brand through good partnerships.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Recommended ways to work with Diaspora communities

In the cultural sector, working with international artists and culturally diverse communities has become second nature. This article outlines the value and contribution of Diaspora communities, obstacles for engagement - including stereotypes across all sectors, and how we can better understand these communities. You'll find a series of recommendations including implementing two-way communication, creating a balance between the contemporary and traditional, and revising perceptions.  

Published:2013 Type: article


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How the PSA3 target is used to measure under-represented groups

In this article Andrew Lewis outlines the PSA3 target set by the DCMS, used to measure under-represented groups. He looks at some of the statistical evidence which demonstrates which groups are the least represented in the arts - in terms of both attendance and participation, and reports on some of the known barriers which organisations need to address. He believes that success in increasing representation relies on work across the sector, including the partnerships built by - and between - the Arts Council, arts officers, voluntary and community art groups.    

Published:2013 Type: article


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Enabling diversity in Greater Manchester

This report provides an overview of learning points from the Enabling Diversity – Greater Manchester project. This initiative sought to develop and provide relevant and sustainable audience development activity with culturally diverse communities in Greater Manchester. The objectives included securing active involvement of member organisations, building market intelligence and delivering marketing activities to specifically targeted communities. 

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Museums as a catalyst for regeneration

Museums are now playing a role in community development and are increasingly becoming a catalyst for regeneration. They have become places that bring together different community groups, develop skills and address social issues. Somewhere the community can have a voice through collections relevant to them. This document brings together research from the likes of Morris Hargreaves McIntyre, Demos, National Museum Directors Conference, Heritage Link, English Heritage, Historic Houses Association, National Trust and Heritage Lottery Fund to give an overview of the value of Museums to communities.

Published:2013 Type: research


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Bringing the big screen to rural communities

Derbyshire film provides an opportunity for rural Derbyshire communities to have the cinema brought to them via its portable equipment, in its first year they have sold over 3,000 tickets. We find out how the project works, the experience it provides for learning new skills in projection and liaising with film distributors and how audiences have responded.

Published:2013 Type: article


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Guidebook to arts and culture in Liverpool for community engagement workers

This guidebook was compiled as part of ‘Open City’ – Arts For Everyone in the wake of Liverpool’s City of Culture year in 2008. It lists and describes all the venues and organisations, and gives key contact names and details, and what the organisation can offer to community group. This resource is an example of partnership working for community engagement, audience engagement and building new audiences for the arts and culture.

Published:2013 Type: article


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National Theatre Wales Assembly events – taking theatre and discussion into the local community

National Theatre Wales creates bold, invigorating theatre in the English language, rooted in Wales and with an international reach. Without a building of their own, in their first year they focused on creating a series of new productions, each one in a different location, many of them site specific: the Theatre Map of Wales. Being a non-building-based theatre company has enabled National Theatre Wales to focus their investment on the artistic programme and be freer and more versatile in the way they think and make theatre – the first year saw work created in taxis, nightclubs, houses, the beach and many other locations.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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Public engagement: to control or not control?

Transcript of a discussion on whether retaining full control of public engagement when managing community groups online is necessary.

Published:2012 Type: article


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