Watch this space for details of forthcoming WhiteNOISE events, and information on how to get involved. Recent WhiteNOISE events include:
Grow Glasgow’s Visual Arts Audiences: Designed for anyone with an interest in growing audiences for the visual arts in Glasgow, this event took place on Friday 25 January 2013 at South Block, Glasgow. The programme included:
- Update on the WhiteNOISE project so far, including research that describes the current audience for Glasgow’s visual arts;
- Interactive workshops to identify priorities and next steps for the project;
- Digital strategy insights from guest speaker Hugh Wallace, Head of Digital Media at National Museums of Scotland;
- Networking opportunities.
Who attends the Visual Arts in Glasgow? was a free presentation and networking session hosted by Culture Sparks at the Common Guild, Glasgow, on 7 December 2012.
We presented in-depth profile information to help delegates understand the audiences who support the city’s visual arts and heritage scene, and invited feedback from delegates to help shape the future of the WhiteNOISE programme.
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