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19th July 2013 Sara Lock

Resources tagged with "venue"

CircuitWest: The Search for Audiences Handbook

The Search for Audiences handbook is a tool for helping presenters (venues) build audiences. It details the research techniques CircuitWest and its participating members used for 12 Western Australian presenters in its projects involving focus groups (qualitative) and, in some cases, surveys (quantitative). It provides an overview of the main factors that influenced audience behaviour across the studies, as well as details the research questions posed and research respondents’ feedback. It also provides recommendations regarding strategies for audience development.

By CircuitWestPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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Following Fundraising Fellows: How to succeed as a fundraising team of one

Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Fellow Tom Shallaker tells us what it's like to be a fundraising team of one and how he helped inspire an organisation-wide culture of fundraising.

By Tom ShallakerPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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Following Fundraising Fellows: Pictures, people, place and priorities

Each year the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy (AF&P) Fundraising Fellowship programme brings together our cohort of fellows for face-to-face training, to explore key issues in the sector and share learning. Here, 2019 Fellow Lynda Jackson, Museum Manager at the Judges Lodgings in Lancaster, shares her thoughts from the residential in Newcastle Gateshead

By Lynda JacksonPublished:2019 Type: blog


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Choosing the right Ticketing/CRM system for your Visitor Attraction

The VE:Forum, in partnership with Indigo and BOP Consulting, has produced this CRM guide to provide a framework for visitor attractions to evaluate their existing system(s), or explore the possibility of investing in a new one. It draws on the experiences of a number of visitor attractions who have recently changed systems or considered changing systems. Alongside the attractions who participated in this project the research also engaged with a number of ticketing / crm  providers working across the attractions industry. The insights are the result of a survey and a series of interviews conducted in early 2019. These have been structured into a methodology that will best assist Visitor Attractions wanting …

By VE:Forum, Katy RainesPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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How to…co-create an exhibition with your community

A step-by-step toolkit written by Lauren Benetua, Nina Simon and Stacie Marie Garcia. Published by Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History.

By OFBYFOR ALL, Nina SimonPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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Becoming a Dementia Friendly Arts Venue: A Practical Guide

This practical guide is designed to help arts venue managers and staff make the environment, facilities and programming of arts venues accessible to people with dementia.

By Penny Allen, Alistair Brown, Professor Paul M Camic, David Cutler, Lucinda Harvey, Maria Pasiecznik Parsons, Robyn Sweeney, Esme Ward, Dr Hannah Zeilig, Alzheimer’s SocietyPublished:2015 Type: guide-toolkit


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Visions for the future: Rebuilding the Everyman

Discover how the Everyman Theatre razed and rebuilt their much-loved venue into a RIBA-prize winning building, while maintaining and growing their audiences. This is a transcript of the closing keynote from the AMA conference 2013.

Published:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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What do venues think makes effective copy for touring events?

In this two and half minute video, marketers and managers from five small scale arts centres talk to Heather Maitland about the kind of copy they need from touring companies. All the venues are members of Theatre Forum, the industry body for the performing arts in Ireland.

By Theatre ForumPublished:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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Touring to rural venues

Orchestras Live is a national music charity that takes professional orchestras to rural venues to enable as many people as possible to experience live world class orchestral music. Each year they work with over 60 promoter partners, ranging from professionally run arts centres to voluntary music groups presenting music in community halls and churches. Based on Orchestras Live's experience, this guide provides bullet point tips to consider when touring to rural venues.

Published:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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What do venues need from touring companies?

In this five minute video, marketers and managers from five small scale arts centres in Ireland talk to Heather Maitland about what they need from touring companies.

By Theatre ForumPublished:2014 Type: guide-toolkit


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Encouraging families to be more adventurous

A project in Newcastle/Gateshead to find out from families what makes them engage in the arts. They were asked to visit venues they would not normally go to and provide feedback. This resulted in the families developing confidence, becoming more ‘culturally mobile’ and recommending venues to other families.

Published:2013 Type: article


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Personalisation and the future of successful cultural leadership

Mixed Arts Venues (MAVs) have become increasingly visible in recent years presenting innovative programmes of independent film, digital and non digital arts, and running popular social spaces that serve local communities. A network of six MAV venues: Cornerhouse (Manchester), FACT (Liverpool), Watershed (Bristol), Broadway (Nottingham), Showroom (Sheffield) and Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle), was successfully awarded funding from the Cultural Leadership Programme to explore personalisation of audience experiences and its impact on cultural leadership. This article - the dissemination report - is part of the evaluation, and one of the outcomes of this project.      

Published:2013 Type: article


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Improving the visitor experience at cultural venues

Heather Walker draws on her work as a consultant for the Roundhouse to explore how cultural venues can improve visitor experience through a more unified approach to visitor and customer services.

By Heather WalkerPublished:2013 Type: article


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Creating effective partnerships between touring companies and venues

Creating effective partnerships can impact on so many levels of a business. This article considers how touring companies and venues can work more effectively together to make a real impact on audience development. The authors outline ways in which cultural marketers can build stronger partnerships, and strategically use available data to create relevant, targeted promotional communication.

Published:2013 Type: case-study


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