AMA Conference 2020

March 2022 Resources

Resources added in March 2022

Here you can find all the guides, toolkits, research and more, that were added to AMAculturehive in March 2022.

Resources added in March 2022

Here you can find all the guides, toolkits, research and more, that were added to AMAculturehive in March 2022.

A young girl writes a messageof solidarity on a blackboard
A young person shares a message of inclusivity at the National Justice Museum Takeover Day 2021. © George Archer / Kids in Museums
guide-toolkit

How can your museum engage children, young people and families with LGBTQ+ heritage?

Rows of white flags and red flags on a white, sandy beach
Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival. Photo © HotShot Creative (Scott Salt & James Bridle)
research

Culture, Climate and Environmental Responsibility: Annual Report 20-21

Front cover of 10 Years of Learning from Creative People and Places report.
Rien N’est Moins Sur by Collectif de Bascule at Appetite’s Big Feast. Photo © Andrew Billington
report

10 Years of Learning from Creative People and Places

A young girl with hands and face covered in paint.
https://pixabay.com/images/id-3194977/
research

Creative People and Places: Governance and consortium working

It's night. Buildings surround a market square. Several larges boxes are lit with images of people and places.
Portrait – people and places of the First Art area by David Severn and Kajal Nisha Patel. Commissioned by First Art. Photo: Ralph Barkla
research

Creative People and Places and its impact on artistic practice

A smiling audience watch an outdoor dance performance
Right Up Our Street. The Awakening by Stopgap Dance at DN Festival 2017 in Doncaster. Photo: James Mulkeen
report

Creative People and Places: Creating the Environment

Front cover illustration by Nicole Mollett
More than100 Stories: An Instrument for Social Change. Illustration: Nicole Mollett
blog

Persistent Encounter: social capital and Creative People and Places

A group of people stand across the road in the sun. Two are on horseback.
Photo: Radka Dolinska (Crop)
case-study

How to re-imagine our towns alongside our audiences

Banner Image:
Image courtesy of Eureka! The National Children’s Museum – Fusion: Adventures in Digital Art Exhibition, in partnership with The Lumen Prize for Digital Art.