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Economic and Social Contribution of Independently-Owned Historic Houses and Gardens

Earlier this year, DC Research was commissioned by the Historic Houses Association (HHA) to carry out an independent research study into the economic and social contribution of independently-owned historic houses and gardens to the UK. The study included a survey of all of HHA’s 1,600 members and the development of a range of nineteen case studies of historic houses in Continue Reading...

Leicester Business Festival: Culture’s Impact on our Economy

DC Research Director Jonathan Durnin is participating in the ‘Culture’s Impact on our Economy’ event today as a panel member.  The event, which is part of the Leicester Business Festival, hosted by SeedCreativity and organised by the Cultural Quarter Association, is aiming to find ways to support economic growth in the Cultural Quarter, a priority area of Leicester. For more details, Continue Reading...

External Evaluator for the British Art Network

DC Research has been appointed by Tate as the external evaluator for the British Art Network, funded by Arts Council England. The British Art Network is a Subject Specialist Network bringing together professionals working on British art including curators, researchers and academics, reflecting the combined strength of the UK’s public collections and curatorial expertise in this field. The evaluation will Continue Reading...