A list of simple tips for touring companies to integrate access into their tour.
In the spirit of generosity, house has put together this resource section as a place where you can find and share documentation to support general working theatre knowledge and practice.
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Drake Music have been researching and learning about accessibility in video conferencing/online meetings/remote music sessions.
Here are some of the things they have learned from their experience of delivering webinars and working remotely.
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A resource by Paul O'Donnell sharing his journey into accessible theatre and how venues and organisations could help
Arts Council England Self Evaluation toolkit for people, companies and partnerships in the arts, cultural and creative sectors.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is developing and we are working in uncertain times, Arts Marketing Association are pulling together resources to help you find relevant information for the arts, culture and heritage sector.
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20 simple ways of making your marketing more accessible.
By Jennifer Tomkins, Head of Marketing and Development, Artsadmin and Jo Verrent, Senior Producer, Unlimited
Inspired by Routes In, directors of venues in Oxfordshire have put together guidance around their artistic policy, programming, and facilities for artists interesting in touring the county.
Claudia West, Theatre Relationship Manager for the South East, has pulled together these top tips for applying for a Grants for the Arts from the Arts Council, based on his most "frequently asked questions" during the application process - these have also been recently updated for the new GFTA process.
An example of a welcome pack for visiting artists and companies, from the team at Cambridge Junction.
Useful for both venues and companies, this email template acts as confirmation to a booking negotiation.
house use this form to confirm all details and pull relevant contact names and numbers together in one document. This is then shared with the venue
Creative People and Places (CPP) is at the Arts Marketing Association’s conference in Edinburgh this week, with a panel session exploring how to develop relationships with people who don’t currently engage in the arts.
Eleanor Turney spoke to the three panellists and other members of the CPP network about tips and approaches to engaging new audiences.
Dr Jonathan Gross was the keynote speaker at the house venue network day The Wisdom of Being Bold, held on 19 September 2017. His talk, entitled Building Sustainability in Creative Ways, explored the nature and value of cultural opportunity. This resource is the visual presentation that accompanied his discussion.
Jonathan is based in the department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King's College London, where he has recently co-authored two reports: Towards Cultural Democracy: Promoting Cultural Capabilities for Everyone (2017) and Caring for Cultural Freedom: An Ecological Approach to Supporting Young People’s Cultural Learning (forthcoming), and works with cultural organisations, audiences and 'creative citizens' in locations across the UK.
An information sheet dedicated to links and advice on receiving captioned performances at your venue. Kindly provided by STAGETEXT.
Cards for Inclusion is a card game helping those in the arts sector explore how barriers can be removed and how we all can make whatever we offer more accessible to disabled people.