Discover the insights from the Missing Audiences for Northern Ireland - Wave 1 survey.Tags: Audience research, Missing Audiences, COVID-19
Find out the results from our first Culture Beyond Covid for Heritage: The Heritage PanelTags: Audience research, Culture Beyond Covid, Heritage, COVID-19
Find out the results from our second Culture Beyond Covid for Heritage: the Heritage PanelTags: Audience research, Audience Panel, Heritage, COVID-19
Discover the insights from the Missing Audiences for Northern Ireland - Wave 2 survey.Tags: Missing Audiences, Audience research, COVID-19
Find out the results from our third Culture Beyond Covid for Heritage: the Heritage PanelTags: Heritage, Culture Beyond Covid, Audience research, Audience Panel, COVID-19
Find out how lockdown has impacted audiences in NITags: Audience Panel, COVID-19
In this audience snapshot, find out how NI audiences feel about returning to in-person events.Tags: Audience Panel, COVID-19
In our latest guest blog, Niamh Kelly, Youth Ambassador at Reimagine, Remake, Replay writes about co-curation with audiences, and in this instance, with young people. Could it change museums' relationships with their audiences for the better?Tags: COVID-19, Co-creation, Co-curation, Young People, Museums, Heritage
The ISLAND Arts Centre is our Audience Delight Award winner for best socially distanced festival for families. Read our case study to find out how they did it, how their audience found it and tips for doing it yourself.Tags: Audience Delight, Outdoor festivals, Families, COVID-19
We have partnered with the Insights Alliance (Indigo Ltd, Baker Richards and One Further) to deliver the Missing Audiences survey in Northern Ireland.Tags: COVID-19, Audience research
We are now taking registrations for wave 2 of Missing Audiences in Northern Ireland, which will open on 31st January 2022.Tags: Missing Audiences, Audience research, COVID-19
This report is about the impact of Covid-19 on people's interactions with technology, virtual events, audience expectations and monetisation of digital.
Report of findings from Act 1 of the 'After the Interval' survey in NI and ROI
This research explored UK audiences' behaviours during lockdown, their wants and needs post-Covid and marketing opportunities for arts & culture organisations moving forward.
A webinar to share our findings for NI and ROI with the sector, 3 weeks into the 'After the Interval' survey.
There is a two-way relationship between you and your most loyal audience members. Understanding this relationship thoroughly and using this understanding to develop similar feelings of loyalty with other members of your audience is the key to increasing retention. Let's Talk Loyalty at our next free workshop!Tags: Loyalty, Audience development
A list of all the different support available for the self-employed and all other businesses and organisations
We are looking for arts & culture organisations to take part in the Covid-19 ‘After the Interval’ free National Audience Survey.
A message from the thrive team to the Arts, Culture and Heritage sectors about COVID-19.
Katy Raines, co-founder & partner at Indigo Ltd and Associate of thrive, writes about GDPR and COVID-19 for arts organisations.
The Arts Collaboration Network sent a document to the NI Executive, MLAs and NI MPs asking for urgent and ongoing support.
Results updated weekly from the Covid-19 'After the Interval' Act 2 Audience Survey.
Results updated weekly from the Covid-19 'After the Interval' Act 1 National Audience Survey.
The Arts Collaboration Network have issued a statement following discussions about the impact of Covid-19 on the NI Arts and Cultural sector #InThisTogether
How can the NI arts and cultural scene adapt to social distancing measures after the lockdown? Our Chief Executive Margaret Henry tries to find out.
The Arts Collaboration Network's statement following the announcement from Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín of a £4m Creative Support Fund.
With the new StopCOVID NI app up and running, Claire Rose looks at the implications of GDPR in contact tracing and what it means for your organisation.
How GDPR still applies in times of crisis and tips on how to ensure you've got it right
This Spring, Let’s go on an Art-venture and get back to our city centres!
Our client director, Fiona Bell, shares her thoughts about our new normal during lockdown and how it impacts the Arts.
Queen's University Belfast student Isaac Ellis looked at our audience survey data to identify hidden trends and insights.Tags: Culture Beyond Covid, Communication
Read the Arts Collaboration Network's latest statement on 27th January 2021
Our latest Dreams guest blog is by Damien Coyle, Chief Executive of University of Atypical. He reflects on the past 12 months, what we can learn and what we must remember.
How can you know more about your audiences? We're listing free tools that you already have access to and tips on how to use them.
Audience development is about building relationships and this is what we will be focusing on to support the sector over the next 12 months.
We've asked Zoe Seaton at Big Telly Theatre Company what it's like to adapt live theatre online, how to price digital performances and tips for NI organisations.
Read our third guest blog from the Changed Future series, written by Paul Connolly.Tags: Guest blog
Read our first guest blog from the Changed Future series, written by Lucretia Devlin.Tags: Guest blog, Social Media
Patrick O'Reilly from Tinderbox asks the right questions and suggests solutions for a thriving cultural sector in Northern Ireland.