On Tuesday 9th May, GMM held its annual study visit exploring arts and culture in Southampton.
To help prepare, we had talk from Louise Coysh from Arts at University of Southampton.
In the morning we explored the cultural quarter:
And did some tweeting:
And some “stickering”:
In the afternoon we headed up to Nuffield Theatre at Highfield for talks.
First, from Turner Sims, Kevin Appleby provided an overview of arts and cultural management and Jo Roberts explored marketing:
This was followed by Ros Carter from John Hansard Gallery providing an overview of programming:
And then a cup of tea!
Followed by a workshop from Tracey Cruickshank from Nuffield Theatre on engaging audiences
In the evening we stayed at the Nuffield for the Pygmalion performance:
Yesterday, Global Media Management visited the Nuffield Theatre, John Hansard Gallery, and Turner Sims Concert Hall. There were lots of great insights to help them develop their understanding of management within some specific organisational settings. The exhibition at the Hansard Gallery, Barthes/Burgin is curated by colleagues at Winchester School of Art.
Pictures courtesy of Belinda and Betty.
In December we descended on southern England’s biggest cultural centre outside London: Bristol. Under scrutiny were the science centre At-Bristol, museum of industry and everyday life The M Shed, and contemporary art gallery The Arnolfini. These are pictures from students using #WSAgmm:
Bristol’s famous son: Banksy
GMM staff in festive mood
Bristol cathedral in the twilight