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Future Proof Musuems:  Transformational Change

Future Proof Musuems: Transformational Change

Future Proof Museums is a strategic and innovative change programme being developed by the AMA (Arts Marketing Association)  designed to significantly improve the resilience of accredited museums across England.  Funded by Arts Council England Resilience strand, the initial one year pilot programme involving 20 museums is now complete, 

sam-culture is evaluating the pilot to assess the impact, measure outcomes against KPI's and develop ways to share learning across the Museum Sector.

 
Brighton Digital Festival Evaluation 2015

Brighton Digital Festival Evaluation 2015

Brighton Digital Festival Evaluations in 2013; 2014; 2015

Celebrating digital arts and culture  BDF brings together local, regional, national and international artists, academics, games developers, hackers and major digital industries. sam-culture has undertaken annual evaluations of Brighton Digital Festival, monitoring its development and growth and impacts in the City.

Download the 2015 report

 
Your Sculpture

Your Sculpture

Public Catalogue Foundation (PCF):  Your Sculpture - connecting UK communities with their sculpture Heritage

Pam Jarvis and Sarah Bedell researched and produced an activity plan for reaching young and diverse audiences.  A roundtable discussion to inform the project involved representatives from Tate, V&A, Slade, Tyne & Wear Museums, Manchester City Museums, The Big Draw, Artangel and lead project partner the BBC. 

Your Sculpture has now been merged with Art UK  www.artuk.org  

 
 

Royal Opera House: Hard to Reach Audiences

Pam Jarvis and Mel Larsen are undertaking research to inform the Royal Opera House's strategy to engage hard to reach audiences in both London and the regions.  Current research is to identify target markets and look at best practice in this area.

 
Mela Matters

Mela Matters

Pam Jarvis and Mel Larsen are producing the evaluation of the extended Mela programme for 2015 which now includes six Melas in Blackburn, Crawley, London, Luton, Manchester and Middlesbrough. 

 
National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

Pam Jarvis and Mel Larsen are commissioned to produce the learning strategy on how to engage hard to reach audiences for the major new Endeavour Galleries at the National Maritime Museum