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The Conversational Landscape: Experiencing Live Classical Music Again

Service provider: Fabbrica Media

The first in a series of reports about the road to recovery for arts institutions, we ask are classical music fans planning a return to experiencing live music? Who are these enthusiastic audiences, and how do we engage with them?

By using smart conversational listening and audience research tools at our disposal, we were able to uncover some insights that we’d like to share.

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Five tips on success in social media

Service provider: Mobius Industries

This is part of a series of guides on the building blocks of communications, written by the Mobius team.

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Five tips on giving interviews to the press

Service provider: Mobius Industries

This is part of a series of guides on the building blocks of communications, written by the Mobius team.

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Five tips on using images in your press campaign

Service provider: Mobius Industries

This is part of a series of guides on the building blocks of communications, written by the Mobius team.

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Upswing’s Vicky Amedume writes on diversity vs inclusion

Service provider: Mobius Industries

“Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” – Vernā Myers

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Jo Caird on the rapid growth of theatre for babies

Service provider: Mobius Industries

While grown-up audiences fret about sweet wrappers and mobile phones, patrons of early years theatre are merrily storming the stage, grabbing the props and bursting into noisy tears if they see something they don’t like. And so they should – after all, what’s the point of theatre if not to provoke a response?

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Pencil Journal: Redefining the Repertory Company part 2

Service provider: Stephen Browning Associates

Stephen Browning Associates (SBA) launched Pencil in 2020 in response to the challenges that the sector is facing.

A short documentary shot in November 2020 which demonstrates how the company’s model has changed in response to the collapse of the touring circuit, leading to increased work specifically for the local community in Dundee, interactive digital performances and greater collaboration with other creative artists.

Featuring interviews with Artistic Director, Joan Clevillé, and Jess Thorpe, Associate Director (Engage), who explain how Scottish Dance Theatre is engaging with new audiences and looking to build deeper relationships with civic and artistic communities.

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Pencil Journal: Redefining the Repertory Company

Service provider: Stephen Browning Associates

Stephen Browning Associates (SBA) launched Pencil in 2020 in response to the challenges that the sector is facing.

The pandemic has given Scottish Dance Theatre the chance to think innovatively about their new position within the sector and to create positive change. In this written interview, one of Scottish Dance Theatre’s company members, Jessica Roberts-Smith, talks about how they are reaching out to new audiences.

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The Disconnected Bodies Podcast – Episode 4. 12o Collective

Service provider: Disconnected Bodies

Pablo speaks to the founders of the 12o Collective – Eva Duerden, Kelly Lloyd & Lou Macnamara.

12ø is a collective based in London, motivated by interesting processes rather than shiny exhibitions. Visit their website for more on their work – www.12ocollective.com

This episode’s transcript can be found here.

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Our Accredited Arts Audience Research – An Overview

Service provider: Disconnected Bodies

A summary of our findings from three of our most recent accredited arts audience research projects –

Arts Audiences: Establishing Opportunities for Engagement
An Experimental Investigation of how Digital Engagement Can Deepen and Democratize Artistic Exchange with Audiences
Audience Development: A Focus on Widening Participation

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