We work collaboratively with a range of people, companies and networks, several of which were originally clients.
Arts and Society
Arts and Societywww.artsandsociety.co.uk
Run by Jocelyn Cunningham, a one time director of Creative Partnerships, Arts and Society provides an arts and research delivery service to the RSA as well as directly to local authorities and the arts. We work with Jocelyn to develop Make Culture Work.
We work with the ‘Cultural Offer at Seaside Towns’ research group at Canterbury Christ Church University to develop their SROI analyses. Based in the Business School, the team includes researchers, academics and practitioners.
Create Gloucestershire is a ground breaking cultural enterprise set up by occasional partner of ours, Pippa Jones. We work with Create Gloucestershire as a founder member of Make Culture Work.
As learning-evaluators for Happy Museum, we are an embedded part of the team developing museums for a sustainable future. Our work on the LIFE survey with Simetrica and the Oxford Internet Institute is applicable across the cultural sectors.
Make Culture Work
Make Culture Workwww.makingculturework.org.uk
Along with Pippa Jones and Jocelyn Cunningham, Mandy is a founder of Make Culture Work, an exchange network for anyone interested in how culture impacts on people and places. Our focus is on action and equality in collaboration.
Morph our our extremely talented design partners. They’ve worked with us on several websites and animations.
Daniel Fujiwara and Lizzie Trotter of Simetrica have worked with us and Happy Museum researching wellbeing valuation and developing the LIFE survey. Daniel and Mandy also wrote a chapter in Towards Plan A and we continue to work together on cultural sector research and development.
Social Value UK (formerly the SROI Network)
Social Value UK (formerly the SROI Network)www.socialvalueuk.org