COVID-19 Recovery for Organisations and Creative Practitioners (June Snapshot)
Table of Contents
  1. Impact
  2. Adapt
  3. Support

COVID-19 Recovery for Organisations and Creative Practitioners (June Snapshot)

Table of Contents
  1. Impact
  2. Adapt
  3. Support

Culture Counts’ research into the impact of COVID-19 on the cultural industry continues with our recent survey exploring what the recovery phase might look like for the sector.

The COVID-19 Recovery for Organisations and Creative Practitioners – June Snapshot provides insights into the impacts of social distancing on business operations; how organisations are re-strategising and adapting their offering to suit evolving climate; and the resources required to support their recovery strategies. Download the snapshot >

Impact

As cultural organisations adjust to the various phases of social distancing restrictions in their state or country, the roll-on effects continue to be felt by their business/practice. The below section highlights the most notable impacts that COVID-19 has had on cultural organisations and their workers.

Adapt

Cultural organisations continue to demonstrate their creativity by continually adapting their strategy to suit the evolving restrictions. This unprecedented situation has forced them to rethink their artistic vision and programming strategies, and to think of new, innovative ways to reach their audiences.

Support

Survey respondents were asked what support would help them to implement their recovery strategy and how long they anticipate they’ll need the extra support. In addition, they were asked what resources and topics they would find useful as they navigate their way through this challenging period.

We will continue monitoring and updating this survey to track changes over time and assist those in understanding the impact of COVID-19 on the cultural sector.


If you would like some more information about this research and how it may apply to your organisation, please contact us.

Culture Counts provides online evaluation solutions for measuring impact.

About the author
Kristine Genovese is a Client Director at Culture Counts.