These practical resources are designed for use by museum and heritage education practitioners working with a wide range of audiences.
While many people will visit an arts venue with a friend or family, it is important to give people access to the information they need so that they can travel to and navigate around the venue independently. VocalEyes produces scripts for each of the theatres where we provide audio description services, and we can provide this […]
From March to June 2020, VocalEyes along with Stagetext and Autism in Museums, ran a survey of museum and heritage site visitors who are also users of access facilities, resources and events. Though the UK had just gone into lockdown and museums and heritage sites around the country closed to the public, the survey asked […]
In the style of their 2019 Creative Industries report, the Heritage, Health and Wellbeing report from the Heritage Alliance examines the existing work in this space, before showcasing more than 30 case studies. These case studies cover the breadth of the work in our sector, from yoga in a historic house to a group of […]
The closure of Scottish schools on 20 March 2020 due to COVID -19 led to a wholesale move to digital, home-based learning for pupils and teachers. National Museums Scotland (NMS) launched a survey on 19 June 2020 to capture the experiences of teachers providing digital learning across Scotland during this time period, as well as […]
As a response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Bridge England Network initiated a National School Survey. The purpose of this survey was to gather indicative information from schools about the potential needs and creative aspirations for their pupils from autumn 2020 onwards. The aim was to identify how Bridges and the cultural sector might best […]
We Shall Not Be Removed has worked in partnership with Ramps on the Moon, Attitude is Everything,Paraorchestra, and What Next? to create a new guide for the arts and entertainment sectors to support disability inclusion. Our Seven Inclusive Principles for Arts & Cultural Organisations working safely through COVID-19 is designed to complement the suite of […]
The Return Address overall illuminates the true value of heritage – its ability to resonate with each and every one of us, and its poignant connection to cultural identity. It invites us all to take part in a discussion that is by no means restricted to curators and academics.
Useful and practical videos for museum professionals on subjects like, “Planning for Alternative Futures”, “Assessing your Digital Activities” and “Introduction to Social Media Strategy: Creating a Strategy from scratch” from London Museum Development.