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Resource: The Big Conversation 2018 results

The results of Voluntary Arts’ annual large-scale survey, The Big Conversation 2018, to understand and evidence the needs and ambitions of the participatory arts sector are now available. The survey closed in the middle of December 2018 and hundreds of people across the UK and Ireland responded giving some key insights including: the importance of the … Continue reading

Survey: ScreenSkills Employer Survey

The ScreenSkills Employer Survey is now live. The survey is part of ScreenSkills’ new Skills Forecasting Service which published its first findings earlier this month and is designed to build a strong evidence base for action on skills and training. Take part in the survey if you or your organisation is an employer in the UK … Continue reading

Season’s greetings

Season’s greetings

Another year flown by, but 2018 has continued to demonstrate how exciting, vibrant and resilient the arts sector is in Wiltshire. Our “Arts in Wiltshire” blogsite has hopefully highlighted the wealth and breadth of and the positive impact created by the arts and creative offer across the county. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading the arts … Continue reading

Resource: The Charity Digital Code

NCVO has been working with a wide consortium of charities and membership organisations that service the voluntary sector to develop the UK’s first digital code of practice for charities. The code provides an overview of the main areas that charities need to be aware of in digital, and provides practical advice on improving their digital … Continue reading

Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing survey

Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing is a Heritage Lottery funded project led by University College London on behalf of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance in collaboration with the Horniman Museum and Gardens, Natural History Museum, and Valence House Museum. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, the project aims to make heritage more … Continue reading

Resource: Arts in Health papers, RSPH

Each month the Arts in Health Special Interest Group at the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) curates a short collection of recent peer-reviewed papers that may be useful for practitioners and researchers working in this area. See the December 2018 round-up on the London Arts in Health Forum website at Topics include: Cultural engagement reduces … Continue reading