Glinkowski, Paul and Johnson, Gill and Pfrommer, Pam and Stewart, Sue and Fenn, Clare and Skelton, Adrienne and Joy, Alan (2004) New Audiences for the Arts: The New Audiences Programme Report. Project Report. Arts Council England.
|Type of Research:||Report|
|Creators:||Glinkowski, Paul and Johnson, Gill and Pfrommer, Pam and Stewart, Sue and Fenn, Clare and Skelton, Adrienne and Joy, Alan|
This 269 page report gives a detailed overview of a £20 million funding programme ‘New Audiences’, designed to foster new practice in audience development by arts organisations in England. It was the culmination of a five-year scheme which supported 1200 audience development initiatives across the country.
Glinkowski was one of a team of seven researchers who compiled the report: ACE Research Officers, Clare Fenn, Adrienne Skelton and Alan Joy compiled the statistical information for the report appendices; the main body of the report, from Executive Summary to Conclusions, was written by a team of three consultant researchers, Glinkowski, Pam Pfrommer and Sue Stewart, working under the supervision of the ACE Head of New Audiences, Gill Johnson.
The report was a summary, compilation and interpretation of key themes emerging from the material contained within around 1150 evaluations of projects funded by the £20 million ‘New Audiences’ programme during the 5-year period from 1998-2003. The interpretative work and writing up was undertaken collaboratively by the consultant researchers and Glinkowski’s particular input was to the Executive Summary; Introduction; General Audiences; Disability; Social Inclusion; Rural; Older People; General Findings; and Conclusion sections of the report. He was also the principal author (although in keeping with ACE practice on advocacy material, not formally credited) of the ‘New Audiences Advocacy Document’ (ISBN 0728710331), produced in conjunction with the main report with introduction by Tessa Jowell, Secretary of State, Department of Culture, Media and Sport and Peter Hewitt, Chief Executive of Arts Council England. The full report is published online, with a companion volume summarising all projects undertaken within the ‘New Audiences’ programme. Additionally, Glinkowski was commissioned to contribute case studies to the ‘New Audiences’ website (http://www.newaudiences.org.uk/index.php), including 'Open Studios/Artists Presentation Research' (http://www.newaudiences.org.uk/project.php?id=680).
|Publisher/Broadcaster/Company:||Arts Council England|
|Your affiliations with UAL:||Other Affiliations > RAE 2008
Colleges > Wimbledon College of Arts
|Date:||1 December 2004|
|Date Deposited:||27 Nov 2009 16:07|
|Last Modified:||07 Oct 2015 21:26|
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