We ran a series of workshops to support arts and culture venues to think creatively about how to improve their Access for Disabled People. This is what we learned.Tags: Accessibility, Disabled Audiences, Access
In its second year, the North West Audience Survey is currently gathering data on arts and heritage audiences in Derry and Donegal. Please find our first snapshot of our findings, which looks at audiences with disabilities.Tags: Disabled Audiences, Northwe
In this audience snapshot, find out how NI audiences feel about returning to in-person events.Tags: Audience Panel, COVID-19
Insights from the ticketing data of up to 343 cultural organisations across the UK, Ireland, USA, and Canada.
This toolkit will help you to make small and easy changes to your venue and online presence to welcome disabled audiences.
Advice and checklists to make sure your venue or event is accessible to disabled people.
A checklist of practical information to give to your potential visitors or event attendees.
Our CEO Fiona reflects on the latest trends in people's behaviours and attitudes post-Covid.Tags: COVID-19, Cost of living
When audiences visit your organisation for the first time, what can you do to build a lasting relationship with them? Read our blog to find out.
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.