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Responding to Art Fund Impact Report

Responding to Art Fund Impact Report

Here at the Arts Marketing Association (AMA), we read Art Fund’s research on the challenges facing museums and galleries as a result of Covid-19 with a keen eye, drawing out many useful nuggets of insight and information. Like the respondents to the Art Fund survey, we’ve also seen members reporting that while many museums and galleries can open from July 4, ...

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter. Our society and sector are built on structures that are historically, systemically and currently racist. We all have a social obligation to do our part to change this. Black Lives Matter has foregrounded the conversation, but it must not ...
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Working from Home — Top Tips from Freelancers

We asked our Freelance Twitter followers including AMA Members for advice on the best ways to home work for those usually based in the office. Here’s some of their top tips along with some extra links to help you with ...
Pauline Bailey

Looking through a different lens

Pauline Bailey has worked in the arts and cultural sector for over 30 years as a visual artist, mentor and coach, working with a wide range of socially engaged groups. Pauline spoke to Jacqueline Haxton about her experience of being ...
#AMA Beyond Digital

Staying true to yourself and vision

Four delegates who attended the AMA’s 2019 Digital Marketing Day — Beyond Digital — at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh share their key takeaways from the day. I was inspired to hear several speakers talk about the engaged and loyal online ...
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Give people a chance to be part of what you’re doing

The AMA’s 2019 Digital Marketing Day — Beyond Digital — took place on 5 December 2019 across two venues — the Barbican in London and Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. We invited ten delegates from the London venue to write about ...
Implementing real strategic change

Implementing real strategic change

Debbie Bandara is Artistic Director of Forest Tribe Dance Theatre, who primarily focuses on directing and choreographing immersive theatre that reflects the diverse and inclusive world we live in. In this blog Debbie considers the issues discussed at the AMA's ...
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Cultural space for the community

When the Roundhouse opened as an arts venue in 1966 in Camden, London, it was seen as a vital space within its community. This remains true today and the Roundhouse's local community is a big priority for the organisation. With ...
Take a break from your computer screen and consider this…

Take a break from your computer screen and consider this…

The AMA is delighted that Creative Freedom and Art Fund have once again joined forces to create a space for conversations about mental health and wellbeing at this year’s Digital Marketing Day — Beyond Digital. Colin Beesting starts the conversation ...