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Understanding the difference culture makes

We are building a shared understanding of the differences that arts, culture, heritage and screen make to people’s lives and to society. We want cultural policy and practice to be based on rigorous research and evaluation of what works and what needs to change.

Aesop Arts & Health conference, Southbank Centre. Photo: Helen Murray
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Working together

We invite you to join a movement to help us better understand the role that culture plays in our lives. You might be thinking about how you can better evaluate the impact of your work, or how you can use research insights and critical reflection in your practice. Keep in touch to hear about resources, events and opportunities to shape our research and get involved.

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Inviting academic researchers to collaborate

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We'll soon be inviting academic researchers to apply for the Collaborate fund. Join us on 9 December to find out more.
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Dr Robyn Dowlen recording the Reflecting Value podcast

Reflecting Value – call out for a co-created episode

News
Call for podcast episode partner - we want to co-create an episode of the podcast which is centred on the ways in which people have engaged with creativity and culture during the pandemic. Deadline 30 November.
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Orchestras Live, The Lost Letters with Britten Sinfonia at Saffron Hall. Photo: Paul Bellany

The E word – why we’re talking about evaluation

News
To mark the launch of our co-created Evaluation principles, Ben Walmsley, Anne Torregiani and Oliver Mantell share the essence of the principles and explain why co-creation was central to their development.
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Slung Low, Flood Part 4. Image: Malcolm Johnson

Sharing learning: Slung Low – Flood

Case studies
In this case study, members from Slung Low discuss the challenges they faced in taking on their biggest outdoor project to date, Flood ...
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Fusion Programme, Swansea 2019. Photo: Amina Abu-Shahba

Research digest: Young people’s mental health

Research
In recent years there’s been in increased interest in the role arts and culture can play in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Our latest research digest considers the evidence of positive impacts and identifies whether there any gaps in the current research? ...
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Dance to Health Norwich. Photo: Becky Demmen

How to… co-create an evaluation

Guide/tools
Co-creation is a term we may hear a lot, but an evaluation of your project that is genuinely co-created can be really powerful. This guide from Mark Robinson of Thinking Practice will help you think about how every stage of your evaluation process, from planning to action to review, can ...
Safety concerns and a festive season in risk? Findings from the fourth wave of the Covid-19 participation monitor
Photo: The Lowry in Lockdown, Nathan Chandler

Safety concerns and a festive season in risk? Findings from the fourth wave of the Covid-19 participation monitor

Research
As audience concern about increasing Covid cases grows, what does this mean for the festive season? Despite an uptick in people's general wellbeing and life satisfaction, latest findings show a growing concern amongst audiences about falling ill, and an expectation of further lockdowns, resulting in high numbers of people either ...

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