sam-culture specialises in working with organisations to help them understand the difference that they make in culture, communities, place-making and the creative economy.
Our aim is to build business for culture and heritage by enabling organisations to prove the value and impact of their activities, socially, economically and culturally. We work with cultural businesses to provide a wide range of cost effective services, including:
These are our latest projects: click on a tab above to find out more about sam-culture
The Mela & Festival Partnership, North West: Evaluation
Three major melas in the North West, in Manchester, Preston and Blackburn, have formed a new partnership programme. The aim is to create a dialogue that will change the approach of the three Mela to artistic vision and programming; presentation, and audiences - to open minds - and develop a strong sense of direction for the future
Pam Jarvis and Mel Larsen are commissioned to evaluate the impacts of the programme
Audience Development Plan for Informal Learning
This plan is commissioned in order to unify a range of departmental targets and approaches into a cohesive, directional and effective strategy; gain an improved Return on Investment re: ticket sales and to develop specific audiences such as families and young people and to attract a new varied demographic through enhanced sophistication of audience segmentation and targeting.
The plan will be produced by Mel Larsen and Pam Jarvis
A successful Arts Council GFA bid is enabling major cultural organisations in to come together with The Audience Agency and sam-culture on a collaborative project to amalgamate their audience data and profile existing audiences and their convergences and divergences and to create the first local cluster overview of cultural participation