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INtrinsic Impact: How Audiences and Visitors are Transformed by Cultural Experiences in Liverpool

Author: Lidia Varbanova - Date: 29 jun 2011, 17:00

This report discusses the range of findings with respect to audiences’ ‘readiness to receive’ the art and the six constructs of intrinsic impact: captivation, emotional resonance, spiritual value, intellectual stimulation, aesthetic growth and social bonding.

The results of the study have stimulated conversations about artistic programmes, audience engagement, customer service and other topics, and also helped to advance a longer arc of learning about impact assessment underway in the U.K., U.S. and Australia.

The research is conducted by Baker Richards and Wolf Brown


Publisher: Commissioned by the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium

Keywords

Languages:
English
Type of publication:
Report, Research
Tagged as:
artistic programming, audience engagement

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