Welcome to Charity Shop DJ Productions


Case Studies of Our Work

Vintage on the South Bank


Our Work with Festivals

 

'Down the Back of the Sofa': an interactive venue at the South Bank Centre, which built new partnerships with community providers for Wayne Hemingway's Vintage Festival. Read a case study

'The Bombay Picture Palace': a venue for the WOMAD Foundation which built audiences for artists and WOMAD festivals in the UK and Australia. Read a case study

Charity Shop DJ Presents the Pedal Powered Party

Our Work with Local Authorities

 

'The Pedal Powered Party': an outdoor party which successfully fulfilled Derby City Council’s commitment to produce a large, accessible and quality event to celebrate the Olympic Games in the city. Read a case study

'Pick n Mix Party': a performance space for local artists which developed audiences for Chesterfield Borough Council’s inaugural Community Arts Festival. Read a case study

'House Party': a showcase for the pioneering work of Derbyshire County Council with young people in their care. Read a case study

'The Big Disco': an event and performance format which enhanced community participation at Derby Feste.

 

Charity Shop DJ at the Alchemy Festival

Our work with venues

 

'A Rickshaw Full of Memories': produced at the Royal Festival Hall to create a focus for community engagement with its Alchemy Festival [links to 2012 and 2013]

 

Our Work with Museums

 

We helped Derby Museums to explore commercial models of working and to develop audiences for its collections. Read about the Vintage Festival and the Big Disco at Derby Feste

We developed alternative uses for Museum spaces at Derby Museums [Derby Record Holders]

 

Generations Together

Our Work with Universities

 

'Talking About Old Records': produced in partnership with Nottingham Trent University, the project led to the development of new research models and academic outcomes for the University. Read a Case Study

 

Our Work with Volunteer Centres

 

'Generations Together': a model for intergenerational communication developed for Northampton Volunteer Centre, which increased the numbers of volunteers involved in projects in the city

 

Our Work with Art Galleries

 

Our participatory formats helped to develop audiences at the Harley Art Gallery

 


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