Expand your knowledge
Family Arts Campaign provides quality learning opportunities to help you present families with fantastic experiences.
You can explore our learning resources to help you piece the missing pieces of your puzzle together. Dive into our toolkits, explore our accessibility resources or watch a webinar.
You’ll find any upcoming events here, plus digital training tools, research papers and guides that we have commissioned and collated from across the sector.
Training and learning opportunities
to support your work…
We organise a Family Arts Conference and Leadership Symposium biennially, and other Webinars to support your work.
The Family Arts Conference is the UK’s largest family arts and culture conference. The next Conference will take place on Thursday 29 February 2024 at Leeds Playhouse.
Resources created, commissioned and
collated to help guide your organisation…
Toolkits & Guides
Build advocacy and support for your family work with Audience Finder
A free data analysis programme from our partners The Audience Agency
Pricing Family Events: guidance for arts organisations
Baker Richards offer practical guidance for pricing family arts experiences.
Content Guidance Communication for Family Arts Events
Find out what families think about content guidance for family arts events.
Family Arts Festival Evaluation and Audience Research Toolkit
This toolkit has been created for the Family Arts Campaign by Catherine Rose’s Office, for use by organisers of family arts events.
The Big Draw: Young Organisers
Ideas for young people organising a Big Draw event for people their age.
The Big Easy Draw
Ideas for first time Big Draw event organisers or those who want to keep it simple.
The Flybox Game: to develop family offers and communications
The concept behind the game is to encourage players to think about their family offering
The Big Draw: Draw Tomorrow
Ideas for organising a draw tomorrow themed Big Draw event...
Key Learnings from the Network Ambassador Programme
A year on from our initial Network Ambassadors programme, we’re pleased to be continuing and building on our work with Family Arts Networks and Network Ambassadors across the UK. We take a look back at the key learnings from the initial three year programme.
Dreaming of a digital Christmas? – Indigo Ltd release Christmas Online survey results
Since March 2020, Indigo has been continuously gathering data directly...
New research: Family engagement during Covid-19
Research in partnership with Crystallised about family engagement
Attitude is Everything: State of Access Report
This report examines the barriers faced by Deaf and disabled people when trying to book tickets for live music events
Flexible Family Tickets
A brief guide to how museums can create flexible family ticketing.
Arts Connect: Family Access Scheme
Results and analysis from research into hard to reach families by Carol Jones at The Audience Agency.
The role of family in shaping adolescent cultural engagement
A CultureCase summary of this pay-to-view research on family and culture by Ghent University, Belgium.
Toolkits & Guides Header Image – Young children playing with building blocks at the Guildhall Art Gallery Copyright City of London Corporation – Guildhall Art Gallery Learning