A UNIQUE MIXED PROJECT TEAM
With the permanent staff and our curated list of freelance collaborators (The Revels Office Collective: RO-Co), we are able to advise cultural destinations on their revenue-generation, audience engagement and strategic organisational planning.
Director of The Revels Office.
Kate has held management roles in commercial departments at institutions including The National Gallery, the Natural History Museum and RADA. She has strong connections across the arts sector in the UK and internationally. Kate works with clients to grow revenue and audiences, as well as proactively connecting arts and business.
Jeani has worked in-house and in freelance roles leading on research, administration and coordination for commercial and creative projects across the arts sector, including The National Gallery, Pitzhanger Manor, Secret Cinema, LBOC, Tara Theatre and V&A Dundee. She also has experience of running successful online and live meetings and events.
Associate consultant - research & operations.
Szandra has over 15 years of experience in hospitality and events, working in 5-star institutions and major cultural landmarks, including BAFTA 195 and The National Gallery. She has gained extensive experience with the events and film industry, as well as being an expert on operational delivery, team and marketing efficiency, and customer service.
Senior associate consultant.
With over twenty years’ experience at Board Level in the cultural sector, Julie is a talented leader who has helped organisations and teams to optimise and thrive. Her enterprising approach is underpinned by significant specialist knowledge in change management, finance, commercial operations, retail, brand development and book publishing. Julie led on the 10 year business plan for Southbank Sinfonia at St John's Smith Square and a catering and spaces review for Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum. She was a key part of the team working on audience development for the National Football Museum.
Audience engagement and income growth consultant.
Sarah is passionate about deepening audience engagement and growing sustainable income, with 15 years’ experience in leading change for brands across the charity, arts and heritage sectors. She was part of our team who delivered the culture strategy for Wentworth Woodhouse, the review for Anglia Ruskin University, and the 10 year business plan for SbS SJSS. Sarah led on the ticketing review we delivered for Brighton & Hove Museums.
Creative event producer and commercial specialist.
Tanith has 20 years experience working in the creative industries, with a particular specialism in theatre and the devising and production of public events. She led on our project for Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and has worked with us on commercial development business planning for the National Museum of the Royal Navy and a revenue generation project for English National Ballet.
Strategic producer and creative programmer.
Helen has extensive knowledge of building and delivering dynamic cultural art works, events and programmes, as well as skills in stakeholder and partner coordination. She worked with us recently on a public programming project with Secret Cinema, providing her producer’s eye and experience with delivering similar creative education initiatives.
Digital arts producer.
Steph works at the convergence of music, technology and arts. She has produced projects for the Philharmonia Orchestra, Manchester International Festival and the EFG London Jazz Festival and partnered on projects with BBC Arts, WIRED, the Barbican Centre, Southbank Centre, Sony, GREAT Campaign and UKTI. She worked with us as a producer for the Aspect digital conference.
Events director and consultant.
Rachel is an expert in event management for museums and galleries, has headed up events teams and has knowledge of commercial strategy. Rachel led on the commercial membership strategy project for the Leicester Print Workshop.
Creative arts and business consultant.
Caroline is a specialist in the performing arts and heritage sector, including experience in directing operas internationally and leading organisations at CEO level. She was part of our team who delivered the Cultural Compact consultation for Southwark Council, and she led on the NPO Bid we delivered for Craft Study Centre.
Project producer and artist development.
Madeleine is a specialist in artist and audience development. She has worked with The Revels Office on a number of projects, including leading on market and audience insight project for Bromley Historic Collections and taking on major aspects of a membership study for the UK Craft Council and an advocacy consultation with the London Borough of Culture (LBOC).
Alongside our fantastic partners, we are delighted to work closely with other organisations in the sector who share our values and ambition.
Transformative experiences - museums, brands and spaces.
NorthernLight specialises in the development and design of transformative experiences for brands, museums and public spaces. Clients include the Heineken Experience, the Rijksmuseum, NEMO, the A’DAM tower, Experimental Heilbronn, Design Museum London, Science Centre Singapore & Heritage Discovery Centre Hong Kong.
Designing joyful people-centered places.
MKA is a collaborative architecture and urban design studio based in London. They balance a playful, collaborative, community-led approach with quality and craftsmanship to create projects that are joyful, creative, and contribute to a more equitable, sustainable and accessible city.
Audiovisual City is the digital magazine of audiovisual culture.
Audio Visual City was founded as the first international network of A/V artists in 2011, by Marco Savo, New Media Art Curator. Since its creation, they have been building the first magazine featuring artists and events interested in the relationship between sound and image. Alongside that they publish information about open calls for artists, interviews, and attend specialised festivals in order to provide press coverage for this niche market.
Combining classic hospitality with absolute artistry.
ARC Events was founded by Anna Wills, who has worked in all the different sectors of the events industry and has the tools and know-how to produce and deliver highly complex and visionary events. Examples of her previous work includes delivering Kensington Palace’s largest event in history, the first official wedding ceremony since the 1800’s also at Kensington Palace, and opening nights at the National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery.
Experts on impact & income strategies.
True Motion helps cultural and creative organisations to accelerate their impact and to raise and sustain finance for their initiatives. Their priorities and the projects they work on embody this vision and focus on stimulating and facilitating the imaginative and creative power of humanity and highlighting the positive role of arts, culture and creativity within our soceities and the larger ecosystem of living together on this planet. Their business history stretches back over many years, across many countries in all non-profit sectors and in the commercial world too.
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