Wallace Foundation: Case Studies Audience Development for the Arts
The development of audiences is a major concern for arts organizations. The following study was conducted by The Wallace Foundation during the project E studios Audience Development for the Arts. In it, fifty-four organizations and cultural institutions that received funding were accessed for the Wallace Excellence Awards in the years 2006-2012.
This publication - Road to Results - shows the results of the study. It effectively illustrated what cultural organizations can use to create tailored public programs. This work involved reputed developers, politicians, managers and students of cultural management.
The report draws upon the support of data from different case studies, successes and challenges facing different cultural organizations and what strategies followed for several years to develop and retain their audience.
The DAEx Team collated and edited all the media generated during ArtsAud14 and consequently 'after the fact'. We'd like to share with you the stats and stories arising from the event.
Arts and Audiences 2014 - by the numbers (shared Google Doc)
We'd still like to hear your experiences if you attended either 'On The Ground' or 'In The Cloud'. If you blogged please tweet the link to @AudiencesEurope with the #ArtsAud14 hashtag.
Storify was used to compile a collection of everyones photos who snapped and tagged on Twitter and Instagram. Check them out.
ArtsAA in Pictures - Day One
ArtsAA in Pictures - Day Two
Please share with us your key action points you took back with you to your organisation, agency or practice.
I do hope you will continue this dialogue with us. This post is part of the DAEx enquiry about meaningful context, relevance and the persistent value to a digital audience.
Caron Lyon @pcmcreative
- Arts and Audiences' 2014 DAEx producer
- Audiences Europe Network community manager
ArtsAA Media Legacy Page
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