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#VSGConf19 tickets on sale!

Tickets for the Visitor Studies Group conference, 2019, have been released. Book via Eventbrite . ***Use discount code ERLYBRD for 10% off before 18th January.*** “Visitor studies: reflecting the wider world, advocating for change?” March 7th and 8th, 2019, National Gallery, London As visitor studies practitioners seeking to understand the broad identities of our visitors, how canMore

Christina Lister

Christina Lister

  www.christinalister.co.uk    Services: visitor research data analysis non-user research and consultation segmentation strategies marketing and audience development strategies workshop facilitation training and mentoring Speciality: Christina is a marketing and audience development consultant with 16 years’ experience, and specialises in working with museums, heritage sites and cultural venues, including on HLF and ACE-fundedMore

Networking drinks – Sept 2018

Please join us on Tuesday 11th September at the Somers Town Coffee House from 6.30-8pm for networking drinks. Meet members of the committee and other audience researchers to discuss the latest happenings in the world of visitor studies as well as ideas for #VSGConf19’s  call for papers . If you are planning on attending, please email:  m.hobson@nhm.ac.uk  so we canMore

#VSGConf19 – Call for Papers

We are delighted to open up submissions for our 2019 conference: “Visitor studies: reflecting the wider world, advocating for change?” Taking place March 7th and 8th at the National Gallery London, we are looking for sessions that explore, interrogate and understand how emerging trends – especially those borne from audience research both within and outside theMore

‘Big data, big opportunities?’ – Reflections

  This year’s VSG Conference, ‘Big data, big opportunities?’ took place March 8th and 9th in London’s Natural History Museum.  Our bursary recipient, Elena Trimarchi, reflects on a busy two days: The theme of this year’s conference was Big Data. One of the things that most struck me was the variety of the speakers’ backgrounds:More

Conference 2018 – Keynotes

We are delighted to have two fantastic keynote speakers joining us at our annual conference in March 2018. Angie Judge, Chief Executive of  Dexibit , market leaders in musedata will discuss the opportunities big data offers for the cultural sector. Presenting provocations and insights from an international perspective, we will hear what that sector can gain from usingMore