To help you to develop your family programme, we’ve commissioned and collated digital training tools, case studies, research papers and toolkits from across the sector.
Divided into nine parts, each self-contained video is packed with lots of useful information covering the family audience development process, including developing insight, strategies and campaigns, and using digital channels to target, engage and enhance the family audience experience. View here.
Branding, promotion and evaluation materials for use on Festival events (9 October – 1 November 2015). View here.
The Family Arts Campaign and the Family & Childcare Trust have developed a set of Family Arts Standards, addressing a need for clear guidance on how best to welcome families to arts organisations. View here.
Including brand new case studies from the 2014 Family Arts Festival, an Audiences London paper on developing family audiences across artforms, developing family friendly music days in eastern England, and a look at the Barbican Beacon programme which developed communication with the Barbican’s neighbouring inner city boroughs. View here.
Covering Arts Council England’s Arts Audiences Insight publication as well as the New Audiences programme. View here.
Including the Family Arts Campaign-commissioned guidance on content communication and pricing for family events, Family Arts Festival Evaluation Toolkit, ‘Test Drive The Arts’ For Families, Arts Council England’s Family Friendly and Family & Community toolkits, and publications by The Big Draw relevant to those taking part in the next Family Arts Festival. View here.
Information related to accessible performances and activities. View here.
Articles from Family Arts Campaign and others. View here.
Including resources from Family Arts Campaign past training events and conference. View here.
Please visit CultureHive for further family arts resources.