sam-culture is undertaking research with young people in advance of the opening of Stories of the World €“ the redesigned James Green Gallery at Brighton Museum in June 2012.
The Forgotten Princess opens in March 2012 at Brighton€™s Royal Pavilion, a major new exhibition in the Silver Jubilee year.
sam-culture are working with local businesses and group organisers to build new and repeat business at this important visitor attraction.
sam-culture is working with The Tourism Company to develop a strategic approach for a group of Hampshire Museums to increase their share in the visitor market.
Part of the strategy included the development of skills in attracting cultural tourism and sam-culture programmed Working Together which drew together lead experts in building the visitor market.
Read the full report from the day here.
sam recently programmed the final A Night Less Ordinary peer sharing event at RIBA, London for Arts Council England.
The event provided an opportunity for organisations and individuals involved in the scheme to take stock of what the scheme has achieved, share there experiences and discuss ideas for how a similar scheme could be implemented in the future.
For further details, click here to view the summary report from the day.
sam€™s most recent publication The May Effect, was launched at the British Arts Festival Association 2010 conference in Brighton at the end of 2010. Aimed at local authority decision makers, council members and peer festivals it seeks to inform the debate about how best to encourage and sustain the economic, cultural, social and community contributions made by Brighton and Hove€™s four most significant festivals known as the May Effect.
We highlighted the significance of Brighton Festival, Brighton Fringe Festival, Artists€™ Open Houses and The Great Escape in terms of:
To read and download The May Effect report click here.
sam have been commissioned by Southern Water to independently evaluate the customer engagement process of their pilot project water metering programme in Rochester, Kent.
Our independent assessment of the customers€™ experience will be critical in informing and developing the shape of future community engagement. It will also stand as an example of best practice in community engagement and in evaluating the impact of water metering on customer behaviour which Southern Water can disseminate to other UK companies.