What does AMP do?
ArtsMediaPeople produces cultural ideas, projects, strategies & events for public engagement, along with training and coaching programmes for businesses, exploring the value & impact of creativity. We engage through and with the arts, sometimes via media, always to make a difference to the experience of people involved.
ArtsMediaPeople produces cultural ideas, projects, strategies & events for public engagement, along with training and coaching programmes for businesses, exploring the value & impact of creativity.
We engage through and with the arts, sometimes via media, always to make a difference to the experience of people involved.
AMP works with individuals and organisations to enhance or develop their practice. These include artists, galleries, museums, theatres, arts companies, public bodies, NPOs and charities.
AMP produces and delivers:
- ideas for public engagement
- projects to connect with the public through arts & media
- programmes to enable creativity in the workplace for businesses, entrepreneurs & start-ups
- coaching in personal development, business leadership & creative practice
- strategy, funding proposals for public engagement in the arts and cultural sectors
- learning and education models for arts organisations
- campaigns and the team to make it happen
"Quite simply the most effective and rigorous team I have had the pleasure of working with. Skilful and diplomatic, applying pressure where needed with an enormous amount of enthusiasm and good vibes."
AMP was founded by Gemma Clarke in 2007 – later joined by fellow producers, specialist team members & project managers matched to the requirements of the commission, and where the project requires a team approach.
Consistently credited for delivering the very best, AMP can provide an individual or a team shaped to suit the needs of the commission. It means the best people can be handpicked to tailor each project with us or work directly with in-house teams.
"ArtsMediaPeople gave a fantastic event service, creating ideas and then delivering an innovative weekend to develop the CBBC family audience — they have great attention to detail and manage teams brilliantly. I would recommend them without hesitation."
"ArtsMediaPeople created an excellent event for thousands of people on Trafalgar Square reflecting London’s world class culture. The programme was superbly executed by the team who remained professional and passionate about the project throughout the planning process."
CHI & Partners
Historic Royal Palaces
Imperial War Museum
Institute of Conservation
Legacy Trust UK
National Literacy Trust
Penguin Random House
Royal Opera House
Save the Children
Saatchi & Saatchi
Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company
UK Centre for Carnival Arts
West London Alliance
Youth Sport Trust
South Bank Sky Arts Award 2020 for Steve McQueen Year 3
National Education Resources Awards 2019
Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old
Museums & Heritage Awards
Best Education Initiative 2016
Children’s BAFTA Winner 2011
Best Interactive Project
London International Awards 2011
Broadcast Digital Awards 2011
Best Content Partnership
Guinness Book of World Records
Most individual contributions to an animated film
"ArtsMediaPeople are a rare breed — with a long track record in both arts learning and live events they knew exactly what would make our audience tick. They did everything possible to exceed expectations and their expertise was fundamental to the production and programming. I won't hesitate in asking them back for more."