This workshop is for everyone taking part in our new online course, Evaluation for Arts, Culture and Heritage: Principles and Practice.
We’ll be launching our self-guided course, which helps participants build skills and confidence in evaluation, on 18 September 2023. If you’re taking the course, this follow-up workshop is a chance to talk to course leaders about what you’ve learned – and connect with other learners.
We’ll be talking about why we put the course together – and the reasons we chose to focus on these specific areas of evaluation. Our course leaders will also reflect on how you can make practical use of what you’ve learned.
Chaired by Centre for Cultural Value director Ben Walmsley, co-director Anne Torregiani and Research Associate Emma McDowell, we’ll be taking a look at some of the questions we’ve been exploring on the course, including:
- How can we identify what to measure in evaluation?
- How can we use evaluation as a learning experience?
- How can we approach failure positively and constructively?
- How can we be creative in evaluation?
We’ll be inviting you to ask questions, share your own insights on evaluation, and reflect on what areas of evaluation you think need the most attention.
There’ll also be the chance to share your experiences of evaluation with your peers and connect with our evaluation network.