From time to time we hear of useful research in the arts and cultural sector that’s worth sharing.
Culture24 has written a range of research reports over the years, across a range of projects. You can download them all here:
Read the initial findings from the Digital Audience Survey, as of August 2020 here:
Read the Indigo After the interval – a FREE National Audience Survey for arts and cultural organisations here:
Multi-partner international initiative, One by One, brings together cultural organisations, policy makers, academics, professional bodies, support agencies and communities of practice, to build digitally confident museums. Phase Two of the research project explores the digital skills and literacies that people who work and volunteer in museums need.
Digital Culture 2019 is a study on the impact and use of technology in the arts and culture sector, from Arts Council England and Nesta.
Covid-19 Cultural Participation Monitor survey research from the Audience Agency
Briefing Report: Environmental Sustainability in the Digital Age of Culture
Digital Inclusion and Exclusion in the Arts and Cultural Sector. A report from Good Things Foundation, commissioned by Arts Council England.
In their 2021-22 Annual Review, ‘Collective action for a digital world’, FutureDotNow look at post-pandemic data, and present a ‘state of the nation’ for workplace digital skills, reflecting on the huge impact Covid-19 has had on digital habits, and the work still to be done.