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16th April 2020 Carol Jones

Resources tagged with "lockdown"

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 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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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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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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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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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: 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: 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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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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