This section lists information on how to increase audiences, cultural merchandising and tips on technology free interactives. You might also look in Education, and in Research for reports into the NSW museum and gallery sector.
This is a presentation from the Regional & Public Galleries Conference 2014. Stephen Quin will outline the keys to success in cultural merchandising.
Easy ways to make your museum more interactive.
Museum Hack discusses museum-friendly spaces from a 1916 paper.
Drawn from the workshop titled Community, Collaboration, Change presented by Rebecca Jones as part of the 2015 Standards Program.
Audience research is about finding out who your existing visitors and program participants are and why they come. This guide explains the steps of planning, designing, testing, collecting, reflecting and acting.
Public programs are a core way that galleries and museums engage with audiences and attract new visitors. This guide covers all aspects of designing public programs that are meaningful cultural experiences.
A practical guide to support museums to increase the diversity of their visitors.