A visual literacy course for dermatology trainees

A visual literacy course for dermatology trainees

A pilot course with the aim of improving the visual literacy of trainee dermatologists from a regional training programme in Manchester in North West England was developed following discussions between senior dermatologists, an arts educator (Helena Tomlin) and a regional art gallery (Salford Museum and Art Gallery). The course ran from September – November 2015 and was funded by the Dermatology Centre of The University of Manchester Academic Health Science Centre.

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Danger! Men at Work

Danger! Men at Work

The Whitworth, part of the University of Manchester, turned its attention to addressing a traditionally under-represented audience within cultural participation, older men. This work has seen the launch of publications, research, activities and an exhibition, exploring older men’s place in society and culture.

Snapshot London: Visual Arts - 2011 Benchmark Report

Following the successful Snapshot London model for performing arts venues, Audiences London has now established a similar audience intelligence-sharing service for visual arts organisations.

Snapshot London includes a full set of benchmarks, allowing galleries to compare their own detailed audience profile with the overall London benchmark and tailored benchmarks reflecting gallery size.

“Whose Cake is it Anyway?” Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

In 2009, Paul Hamlyn Foundation commissioned Dr. Bernadette Lynch to work with a study group of 12 museums and their community partners across the UK, to gauge the real nature and effectiveness of the engagement practices of museums and galleries. Lynch recommends that participation must be embedded at the core of an organisation, rather than being run as a series of short-term, stand-alone projects.

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