sam-culture specialises in working with organisations to help them understand the difference that they make in culture, communities, place-making and the creative economy.
Our aim is to build business for culture and heritage by enabling organisations to prove the value and impact of their activities, socially, economically and culturally. We work with cultural businesses to provide a wide range of cost effective services, including:
'News' above has details of all our recent projects
The AIM led Diversifying Museum Visitors Project is now entering an exciting phase, with 20 museums from across the UK, selected from over 60 applications, sharing their experience and exploring ideas about how to diversify visitors to their sites.
Open Up: Museums for Everyone, a Guide to Diversifying Museum Visitors for museum staff is now in production. This features key criteria that impact on diversity, supported by case studies of success stories that all UK museums can benefit from.
The project is being delivered by Julie Aldridge Consulting in partnership with Mel Larsen and Pam Jarvis.
Anna Cullun, Nicky Crabb and Pam Jarvis are preparing an Activity Plan for The Story Museum in Oxford. The plan will address and support:
The Story Museum celebrates story in all forms and explores their enduring power to teach and delight. The Museum is currently transforming a central Oxford building and the activity plan celebrates the completion of stage One of this redevelopment.
National Maritime Museum, Greenwich is the world’s largest maritime museum with a vast collection that spans artworks, maps and charts, memorabilia and thousands of other objects.
The HLF funded Endeavour Galleries Project aims to transform the way audiences can discover and enjoy this rich history. sam-culture and Mel Larsen have been appointed to evaluate how the project is achieving change internally through changes in organisational culture and building a shared understanding of what being audience-focused really means - and externally, by measuring how the changes impact on audience engagement, composition and perceptions.
The evaluation will consider how the knowledge and confidence gained provides a range of benefits to the NMM, HLF, the museum sector and critically, the audience in all its diversity.