Our learning

Audience Profiling and Mapping Year 4

These Audience Agency reports analyse the audiences we reached in year 4 of the programme (January to December 2017).

 

Audience postcode data is analysed using Mosaic profiling, Audience Spectrum profiling and profiling by social grade.

 

Across all CPP projects in 2017:

  • 52% of participants belonged to one of the lower engaged Audience Spectrum segments
  • 34% one of the medium engaged segments
  • 14% one of the higher engaged segment

 

Is there anybody there?

30.08.18

Jeanette Bain-Burnett on inviting people who are different from us to be co-creators of an open and inclusive cultural sector that bucks the trend in the rest of our society

Jeanette Bain-Burnett speaking at People Place Power

There is strength in having these stories exchanged internationally

16.08.18

Viktoria Nguema from the Swedish Arts Council talks about their Creative Places programme and its roots in Creative People and Places

Concrete stories located in Norsborg, Botkyrka. Photo: Fernando Illezca

Our learning

Changing the cultural landscape isn't too mighty a task

Mark Robinson of Thinking Practice reflects on the themes and learning emerging from our People Place Power conference 2018.

Placing audiences at the centre

06.08.18

Justine Themen from the Coventry City of Culture team reflects on themes from People Place Power and the inextricable link between genuinely engaging communities and artistic excellence  

All our Tomorrows

Our learning

Revoluton: three case studies

These case studies share learning from the Revoluton programme in Luton and give an insight into three projects:

 

Sharing the controls: inclusive leadership, inclusive audiences

16.07.18

Moira Sinclair, CEO of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and contributor to a panel on inclusive leadership at our People Place Power conference, on how smarter ideas can emerge from people with lived experience

Moira Sinclair

"Just because you’re the demographic who gets the gig, does not mean you’ve got all the answers"

16.07.18

Asma Shah, founder of You Make It, writes about the difference between exclusive and inclusive leadership following her talk at our conference

Image courtesy of You Make It

"We are engaged on what might prove to be one of the most significant cultural journeys of our time"

16.07.18

Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair of Arts Council England, writes about the significance of the Creative People and Places programme and why the Arts Council is committing a new round of investment.

WordPlay a mass participation dance project with Southpaw Dance Company in South Tyneside. The Cultural Spring

"I feel the only way I can express my feelings and experiences is through a dance theatre piece"

16.07.18

Sharlene Carter is a dance teacher, choreographer and producer living and working in Barking and Dagenham. After speaking at our People Place Power conference, she tells us about developing her first full-length dance piece addressing stigmatisation around disability. 

My piece - Sharlene Carter

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