Head of Learning & Participation

Areas of expertise:

  • Community engagement and consultation
  • Co-production and participative arts
  • Youth programming
  • Evaluation
  • Partnership building

Lucie Fitton is Head of Learning & Participation for the Audience Agency and is responsible for supporting organisations to develop insight into and understand the impact of collaboration with specific audiences, including families, young people, elders, local communities. Lucie has worked with clients that include Royal Opera House Bridge, Historic Royal Palaces, British Museum, Barbican, Wellcome Collection and Science Museum. Prior to joining The Audience Agency in 2013 Lucie was Senior Community Collaboration Manager at Museum of London. She has significant experience of managing co-production programmes with hard to reach audiences, youth and community consultation, developing partnerships, evaluating impact and strategic planning to embed good practice. She has a BA in Ancient History & Archaeology, an MA in Museum Studies and a CMI Diploma in Management. Prior to working in the museum sector Lucie worked in various learning and training environments, including roles within the youth and welfare to work sectors.

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Image of Learning Diaries | Creative learning within the criminal justice system
Learning Diaries | Creative learning within the criminal justice system

Reflections on practice and evaluation from poet and writer Louisa Adjoa Parker.

Image of Participation & Learning
Participation & Learning

Develop & evaluate exceptional programmes & gain understanding of your participatory audiences.

Image of Learning Diaries | Community consultation – an important foundation in developing your vision
Learning Diaries | Community consultation – an important foundation in developing your vision

In practice reflections about collective community memory and stakeholder balancing, from a community consultation for Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre.