Connecting RAMM with its visitors

Is art and culture part of who you are? Do you jump at the chance to see a big name? Or do you prefer something a little more untested or risky? These are the kinds of questions explored in a new initiative I had the pleasure of project managing for the Royal Albert Memorial Museum Read More

Coming soon…

I’m pleased to be working on something rather exciting for one of my favourite clients, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM) in Exeter. All will be revealed very shortly…

An annual report

                      I won’t lie. It’s been a challenging year personally. But in the best tradition of those who are given lemons I’m delighted to have turned out a stronger business performance this year. Packaging my income and expenditure records off to the accountant feels like Read More

An Easter Story

“I’m combining Easter and April Fools Day this year: I’m sending kids out to look for eggs I haven’t hidden”, tweeted writer Louis Leung today. “Mean but funny,” said a friend. “Not mean at all,” I replied. “They’ll enjoy the exercise and it’ll prepare them for life’s disappointments”. “That’s very profound for April Fools Day,” said Read More

Evaluating impact

I have a couple of interesting evaluation contracts on the go at present – for South West Heritage Trust and the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon. It’s great to be able to support these two organisations in capturing the impact of their projects.

RAMM’s £2.4m success!

I’m delighted to have played a part in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery’s (RAMM’s) successful £2.4m bid for Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) status 2018-22. Many congratulations to RAMM and all of the other exciting organisations achieving NPO status this time around!

New Union Flag by Gil Mualem Doron

Nothing to do with what I’m working on, but I had to share this wonderful work by Gil Mualem Doron as part of the Tate Exchange Who Are We? project with Counterpoint Arts. The project website says that it ‘includes designs of former colonised communities and of various ethnic and national groups that live in Read More

I’m delighted to have been invited to continue my work as an Artistic and Quality Assessor for Arts Council England for a third year. I’m looking forward to my first assignment of 2017/18. More about Artistic and Quality Assessment