Resources tagged with "cultural value"
In this article, which was originally published in Arts Professional, Michelle Wright from Cause4 asks the question: are vision, mission and values at the heart of good cultural fundraising? Michelle explains why arts organisations need to be clear about their fundamental purpose; that vision, mission and purpose states the organisation’s essence, character and direction.Published:2015 Type: article
Twenty years ago Salford City Council had the ambitious plan to regenerate a working dock and The Lowry project was born. This area is now one of the most significant cultural and media destinations in the world and the fastest growing visitor destination in the UK. In this article, Julia Fawcett discusses The Lowry's impact study 'Beyond the Arts' and how of this type of financial investment can affect change far beyond artistic organisations and help shape the landscape.Published:2014 Type: article
Cultural tourism is able to deliver things which few other sectors can. It brings our country to life and encourages people to visit our shores, it develops a sense of community and attracts visitors to disparate parts of our nation. It cultivates the creativity that underpins our wider industrial efforts. Jonathan Mountford takes a look at the arts as not just a visitor add-on, but as being fundamental to our success as a nation and in an age of testing austerity how we need to bank this.Published:2014 Type: article
This paper argues that the reluctance to use rigorous economic methods has hindered, rather than helped, the case for the arts. It seeks to demonstrate how economics can provide the tools to 'measure' and validate the intrinsic value of art.By Hasan Bakhshi, Alan Freeman, Graham HitchenPublished:2013 Type: article
Can you say what value your organisation adds to people's lives? How do you use that knowledge strategically to build lasting relationships with audience members? How we think about and talk about the art we produce has a direct impact on the levels of support we can expect from our audiences; here we find out how to harness and articulate that value effectively.Published:2013 Type: case-study
For the arts to be in receipt of public money, so it must be economically accountable for what it spends. This keynote speech delivers, in no uncertain terms, why the cultural sector must be come better at measuring its worth including its monetary value for funders, and furthermore the public.Published:2013 Type: article