Heritage organisations can thrive in the digital era, using tech to attract the visitors and support they need …..
Digital Heritage Lab, led by the Arts Marketing Association, is a strand of National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Digital Skills for Heritage, intended to drive up digital capabilities across the heritage sector.
A-M-A’s programme aims to build digital capacity for small & medium size heritage organisations, through online workshops, training, networking and digital bootcamps. Programme partners are the Collections Trust, Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy, and One Further. A-M-A commissioned sam-culture to produce the evaluation.
The Clore Fellowship has been life-changing in many ways. It has changed my pace, addressed my frustrations and given me both confidence and a sense of value. My leadership is now focused, determined and strategic.
Clore Leadership has an outstanding reputation for its insight-led, effective leadership development that enables cultural leaders to have a positive impact on our sector and society.
Clore has commissioned Pam Jarvis, Julie Aldridge and Mel Larsen to review existing practice in evaluation, trial and test evaluation tools and processes and make them work to meet the organisation’s needs. Outcomes from this important evaluation will inform a new framework to evidence and articulate the impact of Clore’s work in a consistent and holistic way.
Girmit: The story of 20th century Indentured Labour
Girmit is the third part of Ajay Chabbra / Nutkhut’s ‘Defining Moments’ Trilogy. This marks significant historical anniversaries and moments that reflect the rich and complex inter-relationship between Britain and South Asian communities globally. Girmit focuses on the British-Fijian indentured labour diaspora and the legacy of the system of indentured labour instituted following the abolition of slavery.
sam-culture is producing formative evaluation as the project evolves. Funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund