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A survey from VSG

  VSG Member and recent member consultation As a membership group which advocates for audience research, the VSG Committee thought it was time for us to conduct some research of our own to find out what our members and recent members think. In this short survey we invite you to tell us honestly where weMore

Committee member and helpers wanted!

*** UPDATE – this call has now closed.  Thank you to all who expressed interest.  We are looking forward to having new representative on board very soon. *** We are looking to recruit one Member and two Helpers to our committee . Are you passionate about visitor studies and audience research?  Would you like to helpMore

Bursary applications open!

Applications for the 2017 Alison James Professional Development Bursary are now open.  In 2017 the VSG annual bursary will provide financial assistance to those in the early stages of their career to provide support and encouragement in their professional development. The closing date for applications this year is Monday 8 May 2017. Applicants will be expectedMore

Conference programme announced!

The full programme  for the Visitor Studies Group’s 2017 conference, ”Measuring up”: ways of capturing social value and more intangible outcomes’ is available to view now. We think this is one of our most exciting programmes yet, featuring speakers from a diverse range of organisations and institutions both within and outside of the heritage sector. A sample ofMore

Conference 2017 – poster session

Do you have recent work relevant to our 2017 theme that you would like to share at our conference? Why not sign up to our poster session?  At the end of day one we will be gathering for a glass of wine at which point there will be an opportunity for delegates to look at theMore

Conference keynotes announced

We are very excited to announce our keynote speakers for our 2017 conference. Janice Lane , Director of Learning, Exhibitions and Digital Media at National Museum Wales and Anoushka Kenley of the  National Philanthropy Capital will both share their experience of, and expertise in, tacking the issues inherent in measuring social impact.  We are looking forward to hearing their cross-sectoral perspectives.

December socials!

We are planning two festive social events in December, one in London and one in Glasgow.  We would love to see you at either, or both!   Glasgow, 1st December Come along to Brewdog (1397 Argyle St) at 6pm for a wee drink and some friendly visitor studies chat.   Kelvin Hall is just around the cornerMore