An imaginative and innovative programme is expanding approaches to early music from across many cultures, secular and spiritual, Middle Ages to Renaissance. sam-culture€™s audience analysis and evaluation will inform next stages in the Festival€™s development
Celebrating digital arts and culture
Blurring the interface of arts and culture with digital and information technology is opening up new possibilities and collaborations. These were explored in a festival of 170 events bringing together international artists, academics, games developers, hackers and major digital industries. Pam Jarvis is evaluating the impacts of the Festival
The Keep Marketing and Communications Action Plan
The Keep is a new £19m state-of-the-art historical resource centre designed by Architect David Morriss due to open later this year at Falmer near Brighton.
The Keep will house major archive collections, including those of Virginia Woolf, Rudyard Kipling and Noel Coward and all the archives and historical resources of East Sussex and Brighton & Hove. Also moving to The Keep are the Special Collections of the University of Sussex, including the internationally renowned Mass Observation Archive.
sam-culture in association with Lianne Jarrett Associates is producing the Marketing and Communications Action Plan
A consortium of the largest and most influential arts membership organisations has received a grant of £1.1 million from ACE to run large a scale national collaborative programme led by the visual and performing arts sectors to increase levels of arts engagement by families and young people.
sam-culture in association with Catherine Rose Organisation and Catherine Sutton are commissioned to produce the evaluation
Royal Engineers Museum Library and Archive: Development Bid
The Royal Engineers Corps has long been the source of technological innovation and problem-solving in military engineering. REMLA now aims to redevelop the museum so that it can incorporate the library and archive into one building that will present the cohesive story of the €˜Sappers€™.
sam-culture in association with the Audience Agency has undertaken extensive consultation to produce the Audience Development plan for the new site
Hinemihi, in the National Trust's Clandon Park, is one of only three Maori whare (meeting houses) in Europe, It is important culturally and ethnographically because the building embodies significant values, beliefs, customs, social structures and practices of Maori culture; this
sam-culture in association with Mel Larsen is exploring ideas and consulting on the future role of Hinemihi, for the National Trust