The Libraries Taskforce: Evaluation workshops resource pack

In March 2019 The Audience Agency delivered a series of evaluation workshops for libraries, commissioned by the DCMS Libraries Taskforce and supported by Arts Council England.  Four workshops were delivered across England; in the North West, North East, South West, and London / South East regions.  This Resource Pack brings together the evaluation workshop slide set and notes, themed resource links … More

Making Data Work: A scoping study to develop a mixed-methods evaluation framework for culture

The cultural sector makes a significant contribution to people’s lives, to society and the economy – so why do we struggle to convey its impact? This study, led by the Centre for Cultural Value, shares findings from a national, interdisciplinary research project that aims to tackle the crisis the cultural sector is currently facing in harnessing … More

A Helpful Online Safety Guide for People With Autism Spectrum Disorders

People from all walks of life and all kinds of backgrounds fall victim to online bullying and cybercrime, but studies have shown that those with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more susceptible to online threats than others. To help you surf with ease and reduce your vulnerability to attack, take a look at our Internet Safety Guide for … More

Matchbox Cineclub Session 2: Practical Subtitling

Matchbox Cineclub held two brilliant sessions on captioning as part of the Film Hub Scotland Access Forum.    This is Session 2: Practical Subtitling   If you have any questions about captioning, from cost to practicalities of work you can’t undertake yourself, then please get in touch with Megan and Sean (matchboxcine@gmail.com)

Matchbox Cineclub Subtitling Session 1: Principles of Subtitling

Matchbox Cineclub held two brilliant sessions on captioning as part of the Film Hub Scotland Access Forum.    This is Session 1: Principles of Subtitling   If you have any questions about captioning, from cost to practicalities of work you can’t undertake yourself, then please get in touch with Megan and Sean (matchboxcine@gmail.com)