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22/02/24   ·   Online

Choosing a paid advertising platform: a Google, Meta & TikTok ads overview

A webinar for cultural and creative organisations and individuals to understand the main differences between three paid advertising platforms: Google Ads, Facebook Ads and TikTok Ads. Learn which platform is best for the growth of your organisation.

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Click image to open in new tab - Get Ready for Generative AI in 2024

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29/02/24   ·   Online

Get Ready for Generative AI in 2024

This workshop will introduce you to a wide range of generative artificial intelligence (AI) applications that will help with your content creation and more. 

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Click image to open in new tab - Inclusivity & Audiences Day 2024

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06/03/24

Inclusivity & Audiences Day 2024

Inclusivity & Audiences Day has been designed to spark your curiosity about the different people who make up our audiences and communities, especially those who are at the intersection of arts, heritage, culture, and social justice.  

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Click image to open in new tab - Audience Answers Coach

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   ·   Online

Audience Answers Coach

The Audience Agency are offering 1-2-1 practical support to help demystify data and put it to work in your audience development and engagement strategies.

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Click image to open in new tab - AMAculturehive

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   ·   On Demand

AMAculturehive

A free online resource library for cultural professionals that brings the collective intelligence of the sector together in one place, by you, for you. It’s run by the Arts Marketing Association and brings together events, webinars, research, toolkits and resources to support skills development and networking in the arts and culture sector.

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   ·   On Demand

Heritage Digital

The Heritage Digital project is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund Digital Skills for Heritage funding stream and aims to increase the amount of free digital skills training and support available to heritage organisations. Watch recordings of their previous webinars.

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Click image to open in new tab - TEA Breaks

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   ·   Various Dates

TEA Breaks

TEA (Talking Evidence and Audiences) Breaks offer a regular introduction to The Audience Agency's latest research, projects and sector knowledge - grab a cuppa and listen in. Through these short monthly briefings, the team share current insights for the cultural sector.

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   ·   Various Dates

Arts Marketing Association – Regional Meetings

At an AMA regional meeting, you can meet a whole range of people working in your area, in your sector. It’s a great opportunity to meet new contacts, share and solve problems, and generally provide support for each other while learning about new trends or skills to help you.

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   ·   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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   ·   On Demand

Essentials in Arts Fundraising

Develop practical skills to help you fundraise from a variety of sources and build resilience in arts and culture organisations in this course run by FutureLearn and brought to you by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy.

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   ·   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.

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Click image to open in new tab - StoryFutures - How to Make and Sell Your First Immersive Experience

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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.