Arts&Heritage places skills and professional development at the heart of all our activities for both artists and curators.
Workshops for Museums
Arts&Heritage can provide structured training programmes to curatorial teams and project managers across the heritage sector. A&H has experience of delivering action learning projects and inspirational visits to exhibitions and artists’ studios to enable professional museum staff to take a new look at programming approaches and supports them to incorporate contemporary arts commissions and projects into their core programmes.
Previous clients include National Trust and a range of independent heritage venues and sites.
Example training modules include:
- Ambition: Why engage with contemporary art?
- The Artist: Strategic programming and the stages of an arts commission.
- Identifying Audiences: Who are you wanting to reach and how to do it.
- Evaluation: What do you want to achieve and what next?
Workshops for Artists
A&H also provide workshops and training sessions for establsihed artists, emerging artists, students and artists interested in working in a heritage context.
Example training modules include
- How to pitch an idea
- How to respond to a brief from a heritage organisation
- What are heritage organisations looking for in artistic partners
Arts&Heritage undertakes curatorial support and consultancy work with a range of heritage organisations – whether advising on an artistic strategy or working in partnership to develop a series of projects and commissions.
Previous clients have included Newcastle University, National Trust, English Heritage, Compton Verney, Ushaw College and Ripon Museums.
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