Organiser Toolkit

The Organiser toolkit is a resource aimed at all those who regularly participate in Culture Night  РArtists, event organisers & venues and is designed to provide useful information on everything involved in producing work for Culture Night.

This toolkit will be updated regularly with new information.

 

Culture Night webinars

There will be a series of new webinars peoduced in 2022 to provide insight and information on a variety of subjects and the dates and topics for these will be announced mid 2022.

The following is a series of Culture Night commissioned webinars which took place during June and July 2021 and provided expertise and insights on the topics listed below:

The recordings of these webinars are available to view below:

 

Tuesday June 8th  РCreative Solutions for presenting work in real life 

Tuesday June 15th  РCOVID safety and reopening 

Tuesday June 22nd РProgramme Development 

Tuesday July 6th РEquality, Diversity & Inclusion in Culture Night Programming 

Tuesday July 13th РVolunteering 

Tuesday July 20th  РMarketing and Communications

Tuesday August 3rd –Using Information to engage audiences

Other Useful Webinars:

Culture works: The Future is Bright –¬† Commissioned by the Arts Council, The Future is Bright is a series of future focused, interactive webinars to help find the way through the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of making and presenting work digitally:

The Future Is Bright: Webinar 1 РNo Going Back  

The Future Is Bright: Webinar 2 – The Business End

The Future Is Bright: Webinar 3 – Innovation in Practice

The Future Is Bright: Webinar 4 – Who’s looking in?

 

Theatre Forum: Reopening Forum, Wednesday June 9th 

The Arts Council: Pathways 2021 РCritical conversations with festival makers and their stakeholders 

 

How to livestream on instagram:

How To Create Twitter Fleets – Stories For Twitter

How to use Actionbound – an app for playing digitally interactive scavanger hunts or trails and leading your audience on a path of discovery using their smartphones or tablets.

Communications strategy from The Hive PR Agency

Social Media Ideas – Milestone Inventive

Arts and Disability Ireland:

Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI) – the national development and resource organisation for arts and disability.

Promoting engagement with the arts at all levels ‚Äď professional artists, audience members and arts workers ‚Äď for people of all ages with disabilities of all kinds

 

IamIrish is a not for profit group that connects, supports, advocates and empowers Irish people of multi heritage / multi ethnicity

https://iamirish.org

 

Reporting racism in Ireland: https://www.ireport.ie

 

Public Participation Network (PPN) – a allowing local authorities to connect with community groups around the country, the ‘go to’ for all local authorities who wish to benefit from community and voluntary expertise in their area

Information on public participation networks

Dublin North East inner city  Intercultural Ambassador Programme aims to create a diverse network of intercultural ambassadors and encourage active involvement by local people in promoting intercultural dialogue and addressing the barriers to integration in the North East Inner City.

http://www.neic.ie/about/intercultural-ambassador-programme

Institute for Strategic Dialogue – Don’t feed the Trolls: How to deal with online hate