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Audience Development Resources

Area Profile Reports

Area profile reports for 2010 are now available.

30 minute drivetimes from the following locations are available free of charge by emailing audience development.

Aberdeen
Arbroath
Ayr
Cumbernauld
Dumfries
Dundee
Dunfermline
East Kilbride
Edinburgh
Falkirk
Glasgow
Greenock
Inverness
Irvine
Kilmarnock
Kirkcaldy
Largs
Motherwell
Peebles
Perth
Pitlochry
St Andrews
Stirling
Stranraer

If you would like APRs for any other area or drive times, we can order these for you at a charge of £25 +VAT.

We also have a range of publications which arts organisations considering either audience or organisational development may find useful.  This includes a sample tender brief offered as a guide to the key areas a document like this should contain; and the Scottish Arts Council’s Quality Framework which underpins our approach to organisational development.

In addition to the network of audience development hubs, there are a great many other potential sources of support available in both Audience and Organisational Development – from freelance specialists to online resources and specific organisations, services or projects. 

The following resources are those available through a range of organisations we work in partnership with or provide funding to in recognition of the roles they play in audience or organisational development.

Audiences UK

Audiences UK working together to increase cultural engagement Audiences UK provides guidance and clarification on collecting, processing, analysing and interpreting audience data. 

Arts & Business

Arts & Business The leading advocate for the benefits of partnership between business and the arts at both corporate and individual level, they deliver a range of services to both sectors.  In Scotland, this includes Board Development training, funded by the Scottish Arts Council.

Arts Marketing Association

Arts Marketing Association The AMA is the professional development body open to all arts professionals passionate about bringing arts and audiences together in the UK and internationally.

The Booth

thebooth.co.uk Originally developed by Hi-Arts and available in the Highlands and Islands Region, Booth Scotland Ltd is now a not-for-profit online ticketing solution for organisations of all shapes and sizes across the country.

Creative & Cultural Skills

Creative & Cultural Skills Creative & Cultural Skills is the Sector Skills Council for Advertising, Crafts, Cultural Heritage, Design, Literature, Music, Performing, and Visual Arts. We bridge the gap between industry, education and the government, to give employers a real influence over education and skills in the UK.

Cultural Enterprise Office (CEO)

Cultural Enterprise Office Scotland's specialist Business Development Service for creative and cultural practitioners and businesses.  CEO provides an information and enquiry service and a Professional Development programme of seminars, training and networking events. Individuals and companies can also make an appointment for an advice session focusing on their particular business development needs.


Mission, Models, Money (MMM)

immmpact misions, models money MMM is an independent, collaborative sector-led organisation.  All of their activities are dedicated towards building the resilience of creative practitioners and organisations in order to help strengthen their capacity ot be externally aware, rigourously self crticial and risk positive.

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