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01/12/21   ·   2 days

Museums + Tech 2021: Data Tales

Data, information, statistics—for better or worse they are part and parcel of our world, used to inform decision-making and in defence of decisions made. The collection and use of data is not neutral—it can be curated, used to support or fight causes. Presented by the Museums Computer Group (MCG), this year’s conference seeks to discuss our relationship with data.

Arts Marketing Association

External Event

01/12/21

Creating an Evidence-Based Social Media Strategy

Presented by the Arts Marketing Association, this webinar will show you how to use the demographics and behaviours of your audiences to develop an evidence based social media strategy.

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External Event

02/12/21

Latest Findings | Audience attitudes and behaviour

Drawing upon the very latest Cultural Participation Monitor survey responses from early November, join The Audience Agency as they delve into a whole-population picture of the effects of Covid on cultural audiences, in terms of activity before, during and beyond the ongoing pandemic.

External Event

06/12/21   ·   3 days

MuseumNext Digital Exhibition Summit

Confused about how to incorporate digital into your exhibitions, not sure where to focus your attention for the best result? This three day virtual conference will give you the direction and guidance that you need to move forward with confidence. 6 - 8 December 2021.

RLUK Digital Shift Forum

External Event

08/12/21

More than the Eye Can See: The Digital Curation Shift

RLUK’s Digital Shift Forum brings together colleagues from across the information, research, cultural and heritage communities, and third and commercial sectors, to discuss the future of the digital shift in collections, services, and audiences. This session is presented by Christopher (Cal) Lee, Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science.

External Event

09/12/21

Arts Summit 2021

Arts Summit is a virtual event for those working in fundraising within the arts, cultural and heritage sectors. The event will bring together cultural leaders, artists, funders and fundraisers to discuss everything the most important conversation in fundraising for these sectors

External Event

13/12/21

Free Skillset Webinar | How to create an audience development plan

The session, presented by The Audience Agency, will look at using insights about your own audiences, your organisation and the wider environment to identify opportunities and priorities, firmly putting audiences and their needs at the centre of the planning process.

Arts Marketing Association

External Event

19/01/22

Make your Website Accessible — the essentials

Presented by the Arts Marketing Association, this webinar explores website accessibility in a way that opens it up to everyone. It outlines how accessibility is not an add-on but an essential element of our work.

Arts Marketing Association

External Event

02/02/22

Make your Website Accessible — a deep dive

Presented by the Arts Marketing Association, this workshop follows on from the webinar Make your Website Accessible — the essentials and will explore the technology behind website accessibility and takes a deep dive into the WCAG standards. Limited to 25 places.

Arts Marketing Association

External Event

10/02/22

Subtitling Digital Content

Presented by the Arts Marketing Association, this webinar will explore why subtitling is important, and how to do it well. It will help you incorporate subtitling and deaf accessibility into your work.

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External Event

02/03/22   ·   2 days - SEC, Glasgow

Cultural Enterprises Conference 2022

Join the Association for Cultural Enterprises at SEC Glasgow on 2-3 March 2022 for their first ever carbon neutral Conference – featuring inspirational talks, brilliant networking and of course a long awaited opportunity to catch up with colleagues across the sector in person!

Arts Marketing Association

External Event

14/03/22

Social Media Advertising

Presented by the Arts Marketing Association, this webinar will shed light on what’s involved in advertising on your social media platforms.

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External Event

   ·   Various Dates

Digital Heritage Lab Online Workshops

Digital Heritage Lab is a project managed by the Arts Marketing Association and funded through the support of The National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative. It is a free programme for small and medium heritage organisations seeking to develop their digital capabilities and capacity and is running 24 workshops as part of it's programme.

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External Event

   ·   Various Dates

Regional Virtual Talking Shops

Presented by the Association for Cultural Enterprises, Virtual Talking Shops are a great way to network online with other cultural venues in your region, sharing knowledge, experience and best practice. Each meeting covers topics of commercial interest, discussion points and case studies from group members.

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External Event

   ·   On Demand

Shopify Compass Courses

Level up your business with free online courses designed for busy entrepreneurs.

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External Event

   ·   On Demand

Cultural Enterprises Academy

Hosted by the Association for Cultural Enterprises, the Academy is an online learning and training resource designed to expand your knowledge in key areas of cultural enterprises.

StoryFutures - How to Make and Sell Your First Immersive Experience

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   ·   On Demand

How to Make and Sell Your First Immersive Experience

StoryFutures Academy has launched a 6-week online open course, where you will explore how to make and market an immersive experience that makes full use of immersive technology and extended reality (XR). Presented by Future Learn, in partnership with National Film and Television School and Royal Holloway, University of London.

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External Event

   ·   On Demand

Effective Fundraising and Leadership in Arts and Culture

Improve your chances of raising funds for arts and culture by developing your leadership and entrepreneurial skills with this free course run by Future Learn in partnership with Leeds University.