Wednesday 24 July 2019
7:30am - 9:00am
Juanita Nielsen Community Centre
Nicholson St Woollomooloo NSW 2011
About this event
By now, the whole world knows that data is the new oil, and big corporations are growing their analytics capabilities faster than you can say 'Google'.
But what does true insight look like in a cultural organisation? What research, evaluation and data analysis should we be prioritising? Is there a way to use data that is smart, ethical AND creative?
Over coffee we take a look at best practice and share the five ‘I’s of insightful cultural institutions.
You’ll leave with top tips and practical advice that you can take away and apply in your own workplace.
We believe in the power of insight to help good causes change the world. No matter what stage you're at, we have some ideas that will make you excited about data again.
Who would benefit
Arts and cultural organisations like museums, galleries, performing arts producers, venues and arts centres, peak bodies, services organisations and government agencies
CEOs, Directors and Managers delivering important and promising programs, who want to reach more people, secure funding and deliver even more impact in the world
Those who want to help strengthen their organisation's approach to data analysis, research and evaluation.
Get up to speed on the top five research & evaluation practices that work for the arts & culture sector
Learn how institutions use data to reach more people, attract funding and maximise their impact
Find out about great data sources, tools and techniques you can use for planning, analysis and actioning research
Walk away with a roadmap of things to try in your organisation
Delicious pastries, need we say more?
About your facilitator
Tandi Palmer Williams
Patternmakers’ Founder and Managing Director Tandi Williams is an experienced consultant and arts and culture research specialist. She is a highly collaborative arts leader, with a clear communication style and focus on finding solutions.
An accredited Qualified Practising Market Researcher (QPMR), up until 2015 Tandi was Research Manager for the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts in England. She was previously Research Manager for the Australia Council for the Arts and Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
She’s passionate about the role of research in culture sector innovation.