Audience Spectrum Profile | Wales
Tools and evidence sources to help you understand, contextualise and advance your organisation's relationship with existing and untapped audiences:
As in other areas of the UK, the arts, culture and heritage sector in Wales is open for business again, having faced a series of unprecedented challenges since in recent years, prompting organisations to adapt to new ways of working.
Booker and population data through the lens of the new Audience Spectrum subsegments
These maps offer an overview of Welsh regions' demographic makeup through the lens of Audience Spectrum - a tool that segments the whole UK population by their attitudes towards culture, and by what they like to see and do.
During Wave 5 of the Cultural Participation Monitor, we asked respondents based in Wales four additional questions:
Our analysis of HYNT cardholders maps the distribution of audience members by access preferences across Wales.
Multiple lockdowns have meant working from home has become the norm and unlike some of their counterparts across the border, Welsh Government rulings have kept doors shut for many organisations.
This report summarises results for Wales from the first wave of The Audience Agency’s COVID-19 Monitor.
Use the Audience Finder Data Tools to benchmark your audience data against your local population and other organisations in your sector.
The Arts Council of Wales is an independent charity, established by Royal Charter in 1994. We’re ambitious for the arts in Wales, and our strategy is to build a place where we can find, nurture and share the best talent.
The Audience Agency's nationwide longitudinal (ongoing) panel survey of changing views about participating in creative and cultural activities through the pandemic recovery period and beyond.
Delving into Audience Finder ticketing data to monitor the sector's financial recovery.
Different sectors in our community have faced specific challenges over recent years.
We've been gathering evidence about how arts, culture and heritage audiences have responded to online content during the crisis.