Guide on non-user consultation in museums

Date updated:  26/04/2019

Non-user consultation is a requirement for every Accredited Museum. If you would like to improve how you consult with new communities, here is some help.…

Working with Public Service Commissioners

Date updated:  26/04/2019

This quick guide for the arts and cultural sector documents learning from the Cultural Commissioning Programme’s work with five locality projects, based in Birmingham, Derby,…

Making Sense of Social Prescribing

Date updated:  26/04/2019

‘Social Prescribing’ is a mechanism for linking patients with non-medical sources of support within the community, including cultural provision. Find out more about how it…

Art Therapy in Museums and Galleries

Date updated:  26/04/2019

This is the website for the British Association of Art Therapists‘ Museums And Galleries Specialist Interest Group. We aim to be a positive and inclusive…

Five Ways to Wellbeing

Date updated:  26/04/2019

Foresight’s ‘Mental capital and wellbeing’ project considered how to improve everyone’s mental capital and mental wellbeing through life. Evidence suggests that a small improvement in…

Inspiring Impact

Date updated:  26/04/2019

Inspiring Impact is a programme that aims to change the way the UK voluntary sector thinks about impact. Inspiring Impact aims to make high quality impact…

Arts Commissioning Toolkit

Date updated:  26/04/2019

This toolkit will help you understand and engage with commissioning. Being commissioned provides an opportunity for the arts and cultural sector to deliver contracts for…

Cultural Commissioning Resources from NCVO

Date updated:  26/04/2019

The Cultural Commissioning Programme has collated a range of resources for those wanting to engage in public service commissioning and for commissioners such as local…

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