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6th April 2020 Carol Jones

Resources tagged with "Coronavirus"

Inclusive event planning after Covid-19

A useful guide to event planning by Function Central that takes into account key health and safety aspects caused by Covid-19. The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still being felt across the world. While lockdown restrictions continue to change in the UK and other countries, what we’re able to do and what we feel comfortable doing are still influenced by the risks of spreading the virus. ‍ How we work, socialise and celebrate are amongst the activities which could continue to be affected in the longer term. As a result, the meetings and events industries are having to adapt. There’s still demand …

By Function CentralPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Building blocks for reopening

This comprehensive guide by Spektrix helps lay the foundations for a successful reopening whether you use their CRM system or something else.

By SpektrixPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Toolkit: Returning to Volunteering

An Arts Working Group and Ticketsolve toolkit that supports the return of volunteers for venues, theatres and arts organisations 

By The Arts Working Group, TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Time to flex: coping as a freelancer post Covid-19

In 2018, Beckie Smith, Directing Consultant at Flying Geese shared her journey setting up her own consultancy and tackling a career as a freelancer in My Freelance Journey - a series of eight blogs written for AMAculturehive. Two years on Beckie takes us through how her consultancy has grown and now, as an established freelancer, how she's navigating work in the new Covid-19 landscape.  Beckie also gives advice and tips on what's worked for her and on how to overcome the challenges of balancing work and family life.

By Beckie SmithPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Social Impact Measurement Toolkit

Covid-19 places even more importance on being able to demonstrate clear social impact of our work. Here the team at Moore Kingston Smith have developed a straightforward Impact Measurement Toolkit to support your planning an action.

By Moore Kingston SmithPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Working from home: tips and advice for the arts industry

Working from home is new to many as the sector adapts to life during Covid-19. Ticketsolve shares tips and advice on ways to stay productive and positive.

By TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: article


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Cooperative working to save the cultural workforce

The Catalyst Network says now is the time for more inter-team panning and delivery, to look beyond job titles and departments and not forget how organisations work with freelancers.

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A Guide to Successful Freelancing

Nick Cooper, resident blog author at NCC covers a wide range of useful information in this fulsome guide to successful freelancing. Includes: how to set up, get work, tax, insurance and other legal aspects, invoicing, staying motivated. A general guide for all types of freelancers across all sectors.

By Nick Cooper, NCCPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Webinar: The current climate for online donations – conducting a temperature read

In this comprehensive webinar, Lucy Costello, Head of Marketing, Ticketsolve takes us through how we can change our objectives towards online fundraising and implement sensitive and meaningful online donation campaigns. Part of the Ticketing Professionals Conference (TPC) webinar series.

By TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: blog


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The Arts Working Group: Planning guides and toolkits

A series of guides, toolkits and templates released by The Arts Working Group and Ticketsolve to aid planning and operations towards re-opening following the coronavirus pandemic.

By The Arts Working Group, TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Creative closure for arts and culture during Covid-19

Ticketsolve provides a wealth of examples of how cultural organisations are taking new, creative approaches to engage with their audiences during lockdown.

By TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: case-study


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After the Interval: Act 2

Katy Raines, Indigo takes us through the second wave of findings from their national research on audience views on missing cultural events, booking tickets during lockdown, returning to live cultural events with social distancing, and experiencing culture in different formats.  Includes full, downloadable report, summary of findings and link to interactive dashboard.

By Katy RainesPublished:2020 Type: research


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Good practice guidelines on opening museums

Published by the National Museum Directors’ Council (NMDC) with support from DCMS and the Museums and Galleries Working Group, these guidelines are intended to help employers, employees and the self-employed, and volunteers in the museum sector in England understand how to work safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By National Museum Directors’ CouncilPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Fundraising response to Covid-19: From Response to Recovery

To help fundraisers in this hugely challenging time, The Institute of Fundraising has worked closely with THINK Consulting Solutions to put together an important new resource. From Response to Recovery: Fundraising strategy and Covid-19 takes you through the key strategic questions and issues which face so many charities, providing you with tips, insight, and ideas about how to tackle the tough decisions ahead.

By Institute of FundraisingPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Virtual Fundraising 101

A useful eBook created by Blackbaud to support organisations as they move to virtual fundraising during the Coronavirus pandemic.

By BlackbaudPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Engaging new audiences and building resilience during a pandemic

Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Fellow and Back to Ours Producer Nesta Nelson takes a deep dive into how they've started engaging new and exiting audiences digitally throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

By Nesta NelsonPublished:2020 Type: article


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The Status of UK Fundraising 2020 Benchmark Report

The Status of UK Fundraising 2020 Benchmark Report was carried out by Blackbaud Europe together with the Institute of Fundraising. The data was collected in May and June 2020 via an online survey of 66 questions. A total of 1,990 respondents, up from 1,012 in 2019, completed the survey from a wide range of charity types and sizes.

By Blackbaud, Institute of FundraisingPublished:2020 Type: research


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The ultimate guide to surviving and thriving as a cultural organisation in the 21st century

Like so many industries, arts and cultural organisations are experiencing a rapid digital transformation. Consumer expectations are changing quickly - it is no longer a novelty to have an app or to incorporate technology as part of the in-person experience. Plus, amidst the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, many organisations are shifting their operations online. Produced by Cuseum in collaboration with Blackbaud.

By Cuseum, BlackbaudPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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How museums can generate revenue through digital content and virtual experiences

As museums look to generate revenue through virtual initiatives, Cuseum highlight six ideas to consider from online events to virtual membership. Tailored for museums across the US but useful wherever you work and whatever part of the sector.

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: article


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Five steps to reimagine your organisation

A free tool from The Change Network at OFBYFOR ALL for organisations who choose to change following Covid-19 or the uprising against racial violence and who believe in a more inclusive future.

By OFBYFOR ALLPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Arts Advocacy Toolkit: Make your voice heard

Ticketsolve with representatives from a variety of arts venues across the UK, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are producing a series of  Recovery Toolkits to support the industry and to come up with realistic solutions to the problems facing it as a result of  Covid-19. The first toolkit tackles advocacy and includes wide-ranging advice, tips, ideas and examples to help get your message heard.

By TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Fundraising considerations in the current climate (Covid-19)

Ticketsolve with David Johnson, Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy give practical guidance on key considerations for cultural fundraisers during Covid-19.

By Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy, TicketsolvePublished:2020 Type: blog


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Leading in a virtual environment: analytical leadership

RADA Business tutor and Leadership Programme Director Claire Dale looks at analytical leadership.

By RADA BusinessPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Remote Intimacy: How to lead at a distance

RADA Business tutor Claire Dale tells us why leaders need to create new ways of maintaining connection in today's virtual world.

By RADA BusinessPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Covid-19 Impact: Museum sector research findings

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 and organisations, what they needed in terms of funding and support, and how Art Fund could best help. The resulting report draws together over 400 responses from two surveys – one for museum directors, one for museum professionals – across 22 in-depth interviews and two focus groups.

By Art FundPublished:2020 Type: research


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Surviving and Thriving in Change. Blog 4: Making sense of our experiences in lockdown

The final blog in a series of four by Creative Coach Auriel Majumdar exploring the impact of Coronavirus. Written in real time over April, May and June 2020 they look at how the new reality is affecting us as individuals and those around us.  Each blog also gives tried and tested practical strategies that help us navigate the way forward.

By Auriel MajumdarPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar: How to Improve your Engagement on Social Media

HdK Associates explore how to optimise user engagement across the key social media platforms. Including how to pivot your social media during Coronavirus. With: Hans de Kretser, Director; Phoebe Cleghorn, Digital Marketing Manager; Freya Ruane, Marketing Coordinator and Hannah Gagen, Advocacy Manager, SOLT and UK Theatre

By HdK AssociatesPublished:2020 Type: blog


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How to adapt your digital marketing strategy for Coronavirus

HdK Associates' Digital Marketing Manager Phoebe Cleghorn shares their suggestions on how to regroup from Coronavirus and ensure that you're still putting your best foot forward online.

By HdK AssociatesPublished:2020 Type: article


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Culture in Lockdown. Part 3: Covid Audience Mindsets

In his final thought-piece on Culture in Lockdown Andrew McIntyre shares Covid Audience Mindsets, a crucial new model that maps, illuminates and segments your post-lockdown audiences.

By Andrew McIntyrePublished:2020 Type: blog


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After the Interval: National Audience Research

Katy Raines, Indigo takes us through the first waves of findings from their national research on audience views to returning to live cultural events, booking tickets now and in the future and missing out on events during lockdown. Includes full, downloadable report, summary of findings and link to interactive dashboard.

By Katy RainesPublished:2020 Type: research


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Leading Groups in the Time of Covid-19

Chris Rolls, Senior Project Manager, 64 Million Artists explores how Covid-19 is making us redefine our experiences of belonging to groups and argues now is the time to radically explore new, accessible and inclusive ways of working.

By 64 Million ArtistsPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Cultural Sector Fundraising and Covid-19: recognising the social value of culture

Dan Fletcher, Treasurer of the Institute of Fundraising's (IoF) Cultural Sector Network, says that the social value of culture is hugely significant – now more than ever – and in order to thrive in a post-coronavirus world, cultural organisations need to recognise the importance of digital.

By Dan FletcherPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Remaining Positive and Resilient – time to pivot

Throughout April and May 2020 Adam Gallacher, Ambitious 4 Growth delivered a series of free AMA webinars  encouraging cultural organisations to stay positive and resilient throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Here he sums up the series and tells us now is the time to shake-up tradition, test and explore, reform and respond.

By Adam GallacherPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Surviving and Thriving in Change. Blog 3: Self-reflection and new beginnings

The third of a series of four blogs by Creative Coach Auriel Majumdar exploring the impact of Coronavirus. Written in real time over April and May 2020 they look at how the new reality is affecting us as individuals and those around us.  Each blog also gives tried and tested practical strategies that help us navigate the way forward.

By Auriel MajumdarPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Culture in Lockdown. Part 2: The seven pillars of audience-focus

In the second of three think-pieces, Andrew McIntyre argues that rather than looking backwards in an effort to re-create the way we were, this crisis presents us with a unique opportunity to take a leap forwards. Here he shares The 7 Pillars of Audience-focus, a framework to help us do that.

By Andrew McIntyrePublished:2020 Type: blog


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Arts Survival Training. An AMA Podcast. Episode 3 – Wellness is Not Optional

Arts Survival Training is a podcast from the Arts Marketing Association about creating stronger, more resilient arts organisations. In each episode, you’ll hear UK arts professionals weigh in on the skills and mindsets our field needs in order to survive in the face of social, political, and environmental challenges. Arts Survival Training is hosted, edited, and produced by Hannah Hethmon.

By Hannah HethmonPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Arts Survival Training. An AMA Podcast. Episode 2 – Our Environment, Our Problem

Arts Survival Training is a podcast from the Arts Marketing Association about creating stronger, more resilient arts organisations. In each episode, you’ll hear UK arts professionals weigh in on the skills and mindsets our field needs in order to survive in the face of social, political, and environmental challenges. Arts Survival Training is hosted, edited, and produced by Hannah Hethmon.

By Hannah HethmonPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Guidance: Online working and online Safeguarding

 This guidance has been compiled in partnership between the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance, Arts Marketing Association, 64million Artists, and Real Ideas. It is designed to support anyone working online. It covers two areas: a general guide to meeting online, and how to make the space as welcoming and safe as possible; and online safeguarding if you are working with vulnerable participants or groups.  Please note that this is informal guidance, not a code of conduct or a policy, and should not be used in place of any Safeguarding Policies provided by your organisation or people who may be commissioning you …

By Arts Marketing Association, 64 Million Artists, Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance, Real Ideas OrganisationPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Arts Survival Training: An AMA Podcast. Episode 1 – Mission, Vision and Values

Arts Survival Training is a podcast from the Arts Marketing Association about creating stronger, more resilient arts organisations. In each episode, you’ll hear UK arts professionals weigh in on the skills and mindsets our field needs in order to survive in the face of social, political, and environmental challenges. Arts Survival Training is hosted, edited, and produced by Hannah Hethmon.

By Hannah HethmonPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Now, New and Next for Cultural Fundraisers. Fundraising at Times of Crisis.

The fifth edition of Now, New and Next from Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy focuses on supporting arts, culture and heritage organisations to consider their responses to fundraising at a time of global crisis. It thinks through the next decade of impact, as well as how to effectively communicate with donors. It also suggests ideas as to how organisations might build crisis campaigns and to consider how organisations might undertake different sorts of activities including virtual fundraising events.

By Arts Fundraising & PhilanthropyPublished:2020 Type: article


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Surviving and Thriving in Change. Blog 2: Responses and Behaviour

The second of a series of four blogs by Creative Coach Auriel Majumdar exploring the impact of Coronavirus. Written in real time over April and May 2020 they look at how the new reality is affecting us as individuals and those around us.  Each blog also gives tried and tested practical strategies that help us navigate the way forward.

By Auriel MajumdarPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar:Expanding the Member/Friends Experience during Coronavirus

One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. As museums continue to prolong their physical closures due to coronavirus, membership and development professionals are encountering new challenges. Now that in-person visits and special exhibition tickets can no longer serve as a primary benefit to members, how do membership professionals expand, augment and/or transform the member experience?

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar: How to craft meaningful and mindful digital content in the age of Coronavirus

One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Due to the spread of coronavirus, museums and cultural organisations across the country are extending their expected lockdown periods and bracing for prolonged closures. As they remain physically closed to visitors, many museums are encountering new challenges around communicating and engaging their audiences. What outreach channels should you use? How do you overhaul your content calendar? And perhaps, most importantly, what kinds of content will resonate with your audiences?

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar: How Museums can experiment with social media during Coronavirus

One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. As the coronavirus continues to prevent museums and cultural organisations from welcoming audiences to their physical spaces, the importance of digital engagement has increased exponentially. In the face of this all, many organisations are embracing the opportunity to use this time as a period of experimentation, especially with regards to social media and other digital channels.

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: guide-toolkit


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Webinar: Thinking outside the box to reach audiences inside their homes

One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. As museums and cultural organisations continue to adapt to the challenges brought on by the Coronavirus, many have revamped and expanded their digital presence and offerings. In the process, many have realised that traditional strategies, messaging, and social media channels aren’t enough, and have started to get more creative with how they reach audiences in their homes.

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: blog


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The Impact of Covid-19 on the cinema exhibition industry

The Independent Cinema Office conducted a survey to evaluate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the exhibition industry to understand how cinemas can survive in the immediate crisis and be sustainable following resumption of service.

By Independent Cinema OfficePublished:2020 Type: research


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‘Remake the Model’. Philanthropy and the Arts after Coronavirus.

Mike Scutari, contributing journalist at Inside Philanthropy deep dives into the impact of Coronavirus and what lies beyond. As arts funders navigate the opening stages of what will be a prolonged effort to stem the impact of COVID-19, many are already looking beyond the pandemic. As A Blade of Grass Executive Director Deborah Fisher told Mike Scutari , “In the long term, I think that there are much bigger questions about how arts economies function and how they are valued. This is something that philanthropy and arts institutions can and should meaningfully address together.”

By Mike ScutariPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Online creativity groups and mental wellbeing

Chris Rolls, 64 Million Artists and Dr. Rachel H. Tribe, clinical psychologist based at UC look at how online creative groups can contribute to positive mental wellbeing.

By 64 Million ArtistsPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Culture in Lockdown. Part 1: We can do digital, can we do strategy?

In this first of three think-pieces, Andrew McIntyre, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre (MHM) argues  that the phenomenal effort we’re all putting into giving audiences access to our digital content needs to be re-framed as a series of radical experiments that can make our post-Covid organisations far more audience-focused.

By Andrew McIntyrePublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar: How to keep your audience engaged, entertained and inspired in the age of Coronavirus

One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Here join Cuseum's Brendan Ciecko and guests as they explore steps cultural organisations can take to engage their audiences digitally and continue their important work as trusted community resources during this public health and economic crisis, even when physical sites remain in lockdown. Focussed on the museum sector across the US this webinar has a host of practical ideas, strategies and tactics for cultural buildings in lockdown that can be applied whatever your sector or wherever you're based.

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Surviving and Thriving in Change. Blog 1: Managing transitions

The first of a series of four blogs by Creative Coach Auriel Majumdar exploring the impact of Coronavirus. Written in real time over April and May 2020 they look at how the new reality is affecting us as individuals and those around us.  Each blog also gives tried and tested practical strategies that help us navigate the way forward.

By Auriel MajumdarPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Taking Stock #ADA

Pauline Bailey, Visual Artist, Director, Producer and Mentor on the Audience Diversity Academy reflects on challenges of  Coronavirus and the rapidly changing personal and professional landscape.

By Pauline BaileyPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Managing Up. Blog 4. Getting Your Voice Heard

The final in a series of video and written conversations between creative coach Auriel Majumdar and journalist Nell Block discussing the challenges of managing up and internal agency. Auriel and Nell discuss how to get your message across, emphasise that whatever your role in the organisation you have equal worth and give useful tips on how to make meaningful contributions.

By Auriel Majumdar, Nell BlockPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Webinar: How to Captivate, Connect and Communicate with your Audience during Coronavirus

On the 25th March 2020 over 3,200 museum professionals across the USA and beyond joined Cuseum's Brendan Ciecko along with Susan Edwards (Associate Director, Digital Content @ Hammer Museum) and Koven Smith (Museum & Nonprofit Digital Strategy Consultant) to discuss steps cultural organisations can take to captivate, connect, and communicate with their remote “visitors” and audiences.

By CuseumPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Digital Lab. Devon Smith. Should we use a Facebook pixel?

Devon Smith, co-founder of Measure Creative and Mentor at AMA Digital Lab asks: should we use a Facebook Pixel?

By Devon SmithPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Digital Lab. Devon Smith. How to begin a new digital experiment.

Devon Smith, co-founder of Measure Creative and Mentor at AMA Digital Lab takes us through how to begin a new digital experiment.

By Devon SmithPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Digital Lab. Devon Smith. Free (Google Tools)for Digital Marketing

Devon Smith, co-founder of Measure Creative and Mentor at AMA Digital Lab guides us through the free Google tools available for digital marketing.

By Devon SmithPublished:2020 Type: blog


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Digital Campaign Playbook

If you want to run a content campaign, this campaign playbook is a must read planning resource. The Space asked digital campaign specialists Brilliant Noise to share their top tips for navigating the world of online campaign planning.

By The SpacePublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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AMA Digital Marketing Day 2018: Anne Lise Kjaer

One of three, 5-minute screencasts for AMA Digital Marketing Day 2018.

By Anne Lise KjaerPublished:2019 Type: blog


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AMA Digital Marketing Day 2018: Adam Koszary

One of three, 5-minute screencasts made for AMA Digital Marketing Day 2018.

By Adam KoszaryPublished:2019 Type: blog


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AMA Digital Marketing Day 2018: Christian Payne

One of three short screencasts made for AMA's Digital Marketing Day 2018.  

By Christian PaynePublished:2019 Type: blog


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How to…develop a meaningful digital strategy

Katie Moffat, Head of Digital at The Audience Agency outlines four fundamental principles underpinning a successful digital strategy.

By The Audience AgencyPublished:2019 Type: article


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Now, New and Next for Cultural Fundraisers: The Technology edition

The fourth edition of Now, New and Next from Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy is full of commentary and opinion on how technology is impacting fundraising, the charity and arts sector.

By Arts Fundraising & PhilanthropyPublished:2019 Type: article


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How I Cope: Developing Workplace Cultures

How I Cope  is an on-going blog series where colleagues from across the sector – and at different stages of their career – share their experiences of self-care and wellbeing. Mental health and balancing work and life is increasingly recognised as essential to our happiness and ability to make the most of our talents. By encouraging greater awareness and exchanging tips and helpful advice,  How I Cope aims to create a space for us to support each other, and the health of our sector in general. In this extended blog post, Eve Livingston considers how workplaces can become better at meeting the wellbeing …

By Eve LivingstonPublished:2019 Type: blog


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Think Piece: Mindless or Mindful?

Sebastian Cater asks what can we do to make mindfulness less of a dirty word at work.

By Sebastian Cheswright CaterPublished:2019 Type: article


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How I Cope – Ruth Puckering

How I Cope  is an on-going blog series where colleagues from across the sector – and at different stages of their career – share their experiences of self-care and wellbeing. Mental health and balancing work and life is increasingly recognised as essential to our happiness and ability to make the most of our talents. By encouraging greater awareness and exchanging tips and helpful advice,  How I Cope aims to create a space for us to support each other, and the health of our sector in general. Here, Ruth Puckering, Interim Executive Director, Hull Truck Theatre takes us through her tried and tested coping strategies.             

Published:2019 Type: blog


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How I Cope – Hannah Mason

How I Cope  is an on-going blog series where colleagues from across the sector – and at different stages of their career – share their experiences of self-care and wellbeing.   Mental health and balancing work and life is increasingly recognised as essential to our happiness and ability to make the most of our talents. By encouraging greater awareness and exchanging tips and helpful advice,  How I Cope  aims to create a space for us to support each other, and the health of our sector in general.   Here, Hannah Mason, founder of  The Content Managers, argues that we need a change of perspective.   

By Hannah MasonPublished:2019 Type: blog


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Towards a frictionless digital future

Read the latest in the series of AMA CultureHive articles. Daniel Rowles, CEO of Target Internet talks to us about why the arts sector must take advantage of the technology available now and be ready for the digital changes ahead.

By Daniel RowlesPublished:2018 Type: article


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Business Model Canvas: How to use a one page business plan

Stacey McIntosh has worked with the team at Sage to design an infographic tool for developing a business model canvas.

By Stacey McIntosh, Sage Advice UKPublished:2018 Type: guide-toolkit


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Business planning during a time of change

Jo Towler, Executive Director of Candoco Dance Company, spoke to AMA editor, Jacqueline Haxton, about how Creative United's Prosper advisor Marina Norris helped Candoco develop its Business Plan during a time of organisational change.

By Jo TowlerPublished:2018 Type: article


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Identifying and monetising your digital assets and IP

Penny Nagle shares some case study examples plus tips and tools to help you identify and monetise your digital assets and IP.

By Penny NaglePublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Making Digital Work: Mobile

Explore key principles to making mobile work in this collection of articles, which share learning from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.

By Digital R&D Fund for the ArtsPublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Making Digital Work: Data

Learn how to get the best from your data with support from this guide, which shares learning from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.

By Digital R&D Fund for the ArtsPublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Making Digital Work: Accessibility

This report shares learning from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts. It explores the opportunities digital presents for making the arts more accessible.

By Digital R&D Fund for the ArtsPublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Making Digital Work: Business Models

This guide shares learning from the Digital R&D Fund for the arts. Find out what a Business Model is and how organisations are innovating and disrupting to ensure their models remain fresh and fit for purpose.

By Digital R&D Fund for the ArtsPublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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Making Digital Work: digital toolkit for arts and culture

Improve your existing digital products and services or develop new ones with support from this suite of resources, tips and articles.

By Digital R&D Fund for the ArtsPublished:2017 Type: guide-toolkit


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