Digital Culture Network

Meet your Digital Culture Network

R Hollis

This autumn Digital Culture Network (DCN) are hosting a series of events to introduce the Digital Culture Network offer to organisations and individuals who haven’t previously engaged with them, and those looking for a refresh on who DCN are and how they can help. The DCN provides free support to individuals and organisations from across the creative and cultural sector …

Wakefield First

Social Media Advisor Session

R Hollis

Are you a business owner struggling with social media and want to maximise your business presence? Having a social media presence when running a business is becoming increasingly important. Regardless of your business size social media should be a key part of your business marketing strategy. Social Media can help you connect with your customers, create brand awareness, increase your …

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Creative Health Quality Framework – Policymakers, Commissioners, Funders

R Hollis

The Creative Health Quality Framework will be launched between 20 September and 19 October 2023 through a series of online events and one face-to-face workshop at the CHWA conference. Join this autumn to launch the Creative Health Quality Framework with this series of free workshops. These are for anyone interested in learning more about or using the Framework and this one is designed …

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People-Centred Practice: Involving Your Community

R Hollis

Practical ideas for involving your community by adopting a people-centred approach.   What do “people-centred”, “co-production”, “co-creation” and “participatory” actually mean in practice? And how do we bring the benefits to both our communities and our organisations? Designed for organisations thinking about taking new steps to work more closely with their communities, this session encourages practical experimentation with people-centred practice. …

Catalysts for Culture

Catalysts for Culture: Why your city needs a producing hub

R Hollis

Calling all strategic decision-makers, cultural leaders, and funders in the arts and culture sector. We invite you to be brave, do things differently, and embrace risk. Join us for our conference Catalysts for Culture: Why your city needs a producing hub. A conference exploring our needs-led and artist-centred approach to place-based arts development ahead of becoming UK City of Culture 2025. …

Arts & Culture Finance Open House

R Hollis

Do you work in the arts and culture sector? Would you benefit from an informal information and advice session, covering a range of topics relating to business management, financial planning, raising investment and social impact reporting? Following the success of our inaugural Arts & Culture Finance Open House event in March, we will be running the next event virtually in September. Designed to …

Arts Impact Chat

R Hollis

This is an interactive podcast for people in the arts, culture and heritage sector who are interested in venues, contemporary or classical music, music education or social impact and investment. Featuring Angela Dixon, CEO of Saffron Hall in conversation with Seva Phillips, Head of Arts and Culture Finance. Angela Dixon has been Chief Executive of Saffron Hall since 2014. Previously …

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Equality First Event

R Hollis

Wakefield First & We Are Wakefield are looking to actively promote, support nurture and encourage equality and diversity for businesses within our district. Workforces should be inclusive and provide opportunities for all in terms of race, religion, gender, age, orientation and even, education. It is key that employers promote a culture of inclusion where diversity is embraced, and equality is …

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Support Hub Q&A Session

R Hollis

From 2023 – 2026 Arts & Health Hub will be running a project called the Support Hub which is a range of support programmes for artists exploring health and wellbeing in their practice. This includes: Peer to peer support for artists with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Professional development groups. Clinical supervision for artists working in challenging environments. One-to-one …