Cultural Consultancy

Clients

From New York to California


Clients


Organisational Development & Governance

arts alive

Birmingham Forward

eco birmingham

CAST (Doncaster)

IKON Gallery

Red Earth

The Other Way Works

Vocaleyes

Wakefield Theatre Royal

warwick arts centre

Youth Music

Coaching & Facilitation 

Fierce Festival

National Chamber Choir of Ireland

Faber Music

BIRMINGHAM REP

CAPE UK

WEE STORIES

Bath festivals

Evaluations

Library of Birmingham

 Reference Works,

The Birmingham REP

Creative People and Places

Little Earthquake

THE REP’s FURNACE PROGRAMME

Speaking & Writing

Arts council England

baring foundation

Winston churchill memorial trust

LITTLE EARTHQUAKE

European Reminiscence network

FAMILY FRIENDLY ARTS CONFERENCE


Kind words


 
Kate Organ produced a diagnostic report for a regularly funded organisation experiencing extreme financial and managerial difficulties which produced incisive insights on complicated issues in an accessible and direct way.
— Arts Council England
 
 

 
 
Kate’s got to the heart of key issues with honesty, objectivity and genuine understanding of the issues of creative organisations. Her written report avoided jargon and made clear and useful recommendations that we could act on.
— Ammo Talwar MBE, Punch
 
 

 
 
Kate’s ability to bring structure, clarity and focus to our team building session on the day was thanks to her calm, encouraging, intuitive and intelligent people skills throughout the session – the result a clearly re-motivated team, determined to improve communication, with a very clearly defined strategy for our future.
— Kathryn Knight: Faber Music
 
 

 
 
Wee Stories are extremely grateful for all the work Kate Organ facilitated with the organisation. She guided us through a difficult process sensitively and supportively and created an environment where [..] we were able to work together to reach the most effective solution for the way forward for our company.
— Sarah Gray,Producer,Wee Stories,Edinburgh
 
 
 
 
“Kate showed great wisdom throughout a process which had both vertical and horizontal relationships running through it. (Artists to schools’ staff, artists to school pupils). She enabled us to support a truly collaborative environment with the young producers.” (Philip Holyman, co-director/write, Little Earthquake).