What we do
Flow works with the Cultural sector (Arts, Museums and Heritage) as well as educational and science organisations. We also apply our understanding of learning and culture to any kind of organisation.
A few examples of our approach
Latest Tweets23 December 2016 The story of 2016, all our projects and collaborations and some hints about what's to come in 2017. https://t.co/RNWnHhkyWQ 20 October 2016 Tune into #FutureViews at c.5 today to give your own views into a live workshop in Canterbury, imagining the future of cultural learning 20 October 2016 Lots of blogposts for your edification on https://t.co/fFYPwlEVuT about #FutureViews 20 October 2016 Views from everywhere are welcome, but our pilot live sessions are in E Anglia & South East https://t.co/oBNrMBKRaJ 27 June 2016 Exciting @cultivate_ldn project https://t.co/tmOPpV7zxG
It’s not always simple to describe what we do at Flow, when we respond to a wide variety of contracts and adapt very flexibly to what our clients need. Over the past 11 years we’ve been in roles that include ‘learning partner’, ‘evaluator’, ‘audience researcher’, ‘programme planner’, ‘critical friend’, ‘trainer’ and ‘change facilitator’. Central to […]
I’m writing this on the darkest and longest night of the year. It’s a good time as any to reflect on the past 12 months in Flow in the UK. Despite all the challenges in the external world, we’ve had a great year. Our core team has grown from two (Susanne and Bridget) to three, […]
I’m reblogging this post from the Future Views (link here Future Views) website. We have been commissioned to run this project, and are seeking contributions. This explains our research design for Future Views, and about how you can get involved in the process. Future Views explores how emerging technologies, organisational behaviours and critical trends in the world might […]