The Source Project

The Source

The Source

   THE SOURCE PROJECT FORUMS: INVITATION 
   


The Source Project Team would like to invite you to join them at one of three upcoming forums taking place in Glasgow, Perth and Edinburgh. The Source project is now is in its 2nd year, working with 42 arts organisations across Scotland. The Source is a collaborative project between the Federation of Scottish Theatre, Culture Sparks and The Audience Business. Since its inception, the project has provided participating organisations with audience data reports, training and development. 


The Source works closely with Experian to deliver Mosaic Scotland audience data analysis to arts organisations participating in the project. At the upcoming forums, Experian will discuss ways in which other sectors have used Mosaic profiling to their benefit – so that we in the arts and cultural sector can benefit from their knowledge! The forums are open to anyone operating in the arts and cultural sector in Scotland, not just those involved in the Source project. 

In addition, the Source project team will present the Scottish arts attendance benchmark to date, so you as a practitioner can gain valuable insight and intelligence about arts attenders both nationally and regionally. 


DATES FOR THE DIARY: The Source Forums, July/Aug ’10, RSVP
West:     27th July ’10      Venue TBC, Glasgow, 10:30am – 12:30pm 

North:     28th July ’10      Horsecross Arts, Perth, 2 – 4pm 

East:      24th Aug ’10      Venue TBC, Edinburgh, 10am – 12noon 

Please RSVP with your choice of forum to Nina Honeyman 

e: nina@culturesparks.co.uk  


Look forward to seeing you there! Best wishes, The Source Project Team 
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