ISAN aims to help our members and the wider Outdoor Arts community make a clear, strong and dynamic case for our work to help it grow and develop.
We advance the profile and visibility of the Outdoor Arts by promoting the value and benefits of our members’ work to the both the public and key stakeholders in the cultural, political, funding and advocacy arenas.
Our national Outdoor Arts UK campaign was launched to help us flourish and share details of our work, attract new sources of funding; it is supported with extensive research into the make up, motivations and engagement of our audiences by The Audience Agency.
At the end of 2015, three years of research has been undertaken into a wide range of Outdoor Arts activity.
Over 20,000 individual survey responses have already been achieved, making this one of the largest and most comprehensive research projects undertaken into Outdoor Arts anywhere in the world.
Use the links on the left for more details and advocacy tools and data.