I offer reliable, professional and affordable visitor research, audience development, evaluation and marketing consultancy for museums, archives and heritage organisations. Familiar with small budgets, limited resources and tight turn-arounds, I can provide insights into your existing and potential audiences which lead to practical, actionable outcomes – for your audience development and activity plans, marketing plans, […]
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Many thanks to the Museum of Childhood for hosting us and showing us around. Check out the Stuff we like pages to find out more about their community space. Blessed with a scorching day, spirits were high in this meeting as we discussed progress of our Supporting Practice in Participation project, the move from DHG to […]
The Audience Agency is the national audience development agency for England. They offer bespoke consultancy and support and training and have a vast amount of relevant data at their fingertips to help you.
CultureHive is a brand new knowledge bank of resources in cultural marketing which includes resources on audience development and participation.
We met at the V&A in November to hear about their audience participation research and Alexia (now at Stroud Museum) gave us an incredible amount of practical information on improving access for visually impaired visitors based on work undertaken at Hereford Museums with Katherine . Aretha gave us a really comprehensive update on the Heritage […]
This year was really challenging, we saw first wave of cuts and changes hit the sector. It was a hard year for many but heartening to be part of a sector that pulls together when times are tough. I saw that at our winter gathering, where practitioners pooled their knowledge of changes so we could […]
This special collaborative sharing and training session was facilitated by Helen Ball and Daniel Cowley of Audiences London (now The Audiences Agency) who started by presenting their research and guidelines on monitoring audience diversity. The session covered reasons for monitoring, what it can tell you and what it can change. We then moved on to […]