Creative and Credible Seminar
The potential contribution of arts to health and wellbeing is increasingly recognised by policy makers and those who fund and commission local services. Recent initiatives such as cultural commissioning and social prescribing mean that arts and artists can contribute to meeting local needs through innovative practice, projects and programmes. In order to engage with these exciting agendas, artists are required to provide evidence of impact.
The workshop will explore principles of evaluation, examining different approaches including quantitative, qualitative and arts based methods. It will explain the different levels of evaluation, including monitoring, audit, process evaluation and outcomes measurement.