The Family Arts Festival is the first UK-wide festival including exciting theatre, dance, music and visual arts events designed to increase family participation in the arts.
Audiences Wales continues to support the arts and cultural sectors in Wales with a range of services and support. Audiences Wales is the audience development agency for Wales and aims to enable arts organisations to understand their audiences, increase their impact, and reach new visitors.
This year’s AMA conference will be held at Sheffield City Hall from July 16th - 18th.
The Theatrical Management Association’s highly regarded Essentials of Marketing ‘Druidstone’ and Effective Management courses will take place this October and applications are now open with a 10% saving on 2012 prices offered on all applications submitted by 26 July.
Audiences Wales has published a Wales-wide Benchmark Report of visitors to galleries in Wales during 2012.
The Knowledge is Audiences Wales’ Box Office analysis programme for theatres, arts centres and touring companies. With 38 theatres currently subscribing to the programme, The Knowledge is the most significant analysis of actual theatre attendance in Wales.
We’ve compiled a useful factsheet on marketing Welsh language events with the assistance of attendees from our Welsh Language Marketing Forums.
Identifying the Potential is a major research project into drama audiences in Wales.
We’ve made some changes to our website – www.audienceswales.co.uk – to provide even greater support for our users.
DCMS have released a report outlining how children engage with cultural sectors.
In Wales, there are over 480,000 individuals with hearing loss or hearing related difficulties and 100,000 with serious sight loss. (Source: RNID Cymru and RNIB Cymru).
Audiences Wales is proud to be a member of Network.