We work with cultural organisations of many different shapes and sizes, across all the arts sectors, throughout the UK and abroad.
Evidence to help build an understanding of how audiences have engaged with Museums, Galleries and Heritage before, during and moving out of the pandemic.
Evidence to help build an understanding of how audiences have engaged differently with mainstream, classical and contemporary Performing Arts before, during and moving out of the pandemic.
Evidence to help build an understanding of how audiences have engaged with Outdoor Arts before, during and moving out of the pandemic.
Evidence to help build an understanding of how audiences have engaged differently with Libraries and Literature based events during and moving out of the pandemic.
From individual audience participation workshops to large-scale, multi-organisation and consortia collaborative research, we can tailor our services to suit your needs.
A Tech4Good enterprise for the global cultural sector, providing audience insights and market intelligence for data-driven decisions, financial sustainability, and inclusive social impact.
Harnessing the power of Audience Spectrum to map out a strategic, data-driven approach to embracing new audiences and encouraging anxious returners in South Wales's altered post-pandemic landscape.
With the streets of Edinburgh awash with culture vultures throughout the month of August, Audience Spectrum helped the EIF identify and communicate with their own audiences - both loyal and latest - amongst the throng.
Over 6 months, The Audience Agency has been supporting 10 magnificent action-research projects as they ask how (or if) digital technology can bring communities and archives closer together.
A hybrid festival, that brought together 15 theatre groups to perform live and recorded shows, both online and in-person for audiences in Ramallah and UK.
How the Senior Arts In Libraries Officer for St Helens Council used Audience Finder to make a successful case for revolutionising marketing practices.
Working with the New West End Company to understand the impact of their annual Christmas Lights Switch-On event.
Working with the British Museum to create a Roadmap resource, complete with tools and templates, that can be used by organisations across arts, culture and heritage to diversify their recruitment practices.
Working with a London museum to understand the impact that their new contemporary entrance and more accessible exhibition space has had on improving visitors' experiences.
Working with Westminster City Council to evaluate the regenerative impact of a programme of artistic projects designed to engage, inspire and unify the local community.
How touring theatre company, Northern Broadsides, used Audience Spectrum to exceed its fundraising goals.