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Our events programme will include workshops and webinars with opportunities to shape our research, hear about research findings and discuss questions of cultural value.

Rhubarb Festival 2020, Wakefield Council. Photo: Stephen Garnett

What value culture?

Join our festival of ideas 2-13 November 2020

Join us for ten days of free online events probing and questioning the value of culture through a series of discussions and interactive workshops. All events will have live transcription.

Events calendar

Whose cultural values?
 

Whose cultural values?

2 November 2020
Does everyone place a value on culture and if so, do they value it in the same way? And do people get the opportunity to engage in what they value most? Join our contributors to discuss how can we step outside the norm and reshape what cultural value looks like.
Collaborate – building research partnerships for cultural value
 

Collaborate – building research partnerships for cultural value

3 November 2020
How do you know the cultural value of your work? Join us to discuss what value research can bring to your creative practice and find out how the Centre for Cultural Value can support you to develop your own research project.
What does cultural participation look like with and post Covid-19?
 

What does cultural participation look like with and post Covid-19?

4 November 2020
How do you create opportunities for cultural participation in communities through a global pandemic? Join our contributors to hear what they have learnt during this time and how they might have done things differently, so we can gain insights into how we can understand cultural value in the future.
Culture on referral: sharing our findings 
 

Culture on referral: sharing our findings 

4 November 2020
Join us to explore the evidence surrounding culture on referral programmes. We present the findings from our recent  review of research into culture on referral, followed by a discussion to debate the findings and reflect on what this means for practice and policy.
Who and what is evaluation for? And when is it useful? 
 

Who and what is evaluation for? And when is it useful? 

5 November 2020
Why do we evaluate our work and who do we do it for? Is it to meet the expectations of funders and stakeholders or to assess a project’s success and capture the difference it makes? Are we missing a trick if we don’t use evaluation as an opportunity to enhance our practice and deepen our learning and critical reflection skills?
Young people and mental health: shaping our research
 

Young people and mental health: shaping our research

6 November 2020
Join us for an interactive workshop where we share the introductory stages of our research in this area and invite you to feed in your ideas so we can collectively identify the strengths, challenges and knowledge gaps in practice and research.
How should we evaluate? Co-creating cultural evaluation principles
 

How should we evaluate? Co-creating cultural evaluation principles

9 November 2020
Join us for an interactive workshop and feed your ideas into the co-creation of a set of evaluation principles that could underpin the evaluation of cultural projects in the future.
How can we centre young people in cultural organisations?
 

How can we centre young people in cultural organisations?

10 November 2020
Facilitated by two of Pilot Theatre’s Young Creatives, this interactive online workshop will explore the role of young people as decision-makers and evaluators in the activities of cultural organisations.
How can we use research and evidence to influence policy change? 
 

How can we use research and evidence to influence policy change? 

11 November 2020
This session will share learning and insights from a range of guest contributors on using research and evidence to shape policy change. You'll also get a chance to share your experiences and learning.
Failure – the ultimate taboo?
 

Failure – the ultimate taboo?

12 November 2020
How can we better recognise, acknowledge and learn from failure? This interactive session will share findings from the FailSpace project and invite you to propose ways in which the cultural sector can have more honest conversations about its failure.
What is the value of online cultural engagement?
 

What is the value of online cultural engagement?

13 November 2020
How does online engagement change the way we value culture? What can we learn from organisations that have found ways to engage with audiences and the community with and without using digital engagement, and what is emerging research telling us about new ways of creating value?

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