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Apr 07, 2020

Are you interested in getting to know the outcomes of our CONNECT TTP? If that’s the case, then keep reading and download our Evaluation Report!!!!

The report summarises the results of the evaluation of the training programme, both of the single distinctive features of the CONNECT programme – twin track of students and professionals, mentoring scheme and Action Research – and of the overall process.

In the report, you will find the learning outcomes for participants in terms of hard and soft skills, the impacts on their career development and the outcomes for the involved cultural organisations. Conclusions summarise what worked best and what to improve, and envision the main challenges for future programmes aimed to equip the cultural sector with the means to face a changing social and economic environment.


Mar 24, 2020

In June  2018 Melting Pro welcomed the Connect partners in Rome for the final review of the theoretical modules, teaching methods and a train the training on mentoring lead by Adrian De La Court and Sian Prime of Goldsmith University of London.

Taking the opportunity of the European colleagues’ presence in our city, Melting Pro in collaboration  with the Culture Department of the City of Rome, and the Istituzione Sistema Biblioteche Centri Culturali  organised an event “Connect Rome - Conversations on Audience Development, Cultural policies and Higher Education".

Local cultural professionals attended the event at the Library Institute of Rome, a long-standing and active cultural organisation next to the famous Villa Borghese. The event was organised by Melting Pro and the project partner CKI in collaboration with the municipality of Rome.

This report shares the outcomes of those conversations around four themes, which are central to the training delivered within the Connect project:

Capturing Data

Engagement

Cultural policies

Skills and training needs

The key questions that were discussed were:

·      How can cultural organisations become more relevant?

·      How can they be part of building a different future?

·      What skills do cultural professionals need to develop?

·      How can we understand our audiences?

The event was labelled as a European Year for Cultural Heritage event since it aimed also to reflect on how audience development could make cultural heritage more relevant to audiences, more connected to their needs, more inclusive and sustainable in the long term.

We are hopeful that readers will find the outcomes useful for their job in becoming more audience focused.


Dec 19, 2019

Collaborating with local people to shape relevant and inspiring arts programmes.

This resource gives examples of shared decision-making from across the CPP programme. It includes case studies, tools and tips to help you think strategically, recruit, deliver collaboratively and reflect together.

This resource is for you if… You are:

⊲ an arts practitioner
⊲ a creative producer
⊲ an organisation of any size …with a mission to engage local people in arts, culture and creativity.

You want:

⊲ to develop locally-resonant, creative programming by involving your local community in sharing decisions to shape it.

It was published in 2017.


Dec 12, 2019

This toolkit aims to open up conversation within partnerships about what is important and what can be improved. It doesn’t try to define or limit an understanding of what good work is. Rather it aims to help those using the tools to openly discuss what they’re doing – asking themselves, and all those they work with, to think about whether they can do what they do in better ways. The goal is to encourage a culture of reflection and continuous improvement.

This resource was published in 2016.


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