This case study is about how IWM North used the ‘story of change’ tool to develop overall vision. Related to this, the museum tested different approaches to visitor object handling – and now uses the one which was the most successful. The museum has a new focus on wellbeing and sustainability. Download (pdf): Case Study […]

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This case study from Godalming Museum is about how deciding on a community engagement approach to developing a new exhibit rather than defining the exhibit at the outset led to unexpected results – a whole new gallery, new partnerships and investment in reducing the museum’s energy use. Download (pdf): Case Study – Godalming, Co-creating a […]

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This case study is about how Derby Museums put community participation and co-production at the heart of its project to refurbish and re-open The Silk Mill. Innovative forms of evaluation were used to demonstrate the positive impact of making on the participants involved. Download (pdf): Case Study – Derby Silk Mill, participation, making and wellbeing

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This case study is about how The Cinema Museum used a small project focused on community wellbeing to reimagine itself as a provider of wellbeing programmes to local residents, service providers, schools, universities, GPs and other local charities and organisations. Download (pdf): Case Study – Cinema, Growing partnerships for wellbeing

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This case study is about how Bilston Craft Gallery developed an under-used outdoor space. Staff worked with craft experts and local schools to create a regular outdoor creative play sessions for schools and children. Supporting creativity with children and early years is now a core part of Bilston Craft Gallery’s strategy to navigate the new […]

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