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Evaluation

Evaluation

We help the cultural sector develop skills and rigour in evaluation and critical reflection so they can better capture the difference their work makes to people and communities.

 

Dance On. Yorkshire Dance. Photo: Sara Teresa
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Three Tables, Tate, Photo: Tim Etchells

Evaluation

We work with the cultural sector and funders to support skills development in evaluation and critical reflection, and to promote the value of adopting a more purposeful and proportional approach to evaluation.

We have co-created a set of cultural evaluation principles that can be adopted across the cultural sector.

We are also developing a mass online open course (MOOC) for 2023 that will offer free professional development and learning in cultural evaluation.

Cultural evaluation principles

We are working with cultural sector practitioners and researchers to co-create and test a set of rigorous principles for evaluation that can be used across and beyond the cultural sector.

The principles have been developed with a working group that we have convened, drawing on a wide range of expertise and skills, and via consultation events.

Alongside the principles, we are producing a set of supporting resources to help people develop skills and knowledge in evaluation practices.

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Festival of the Moon – Urban Astronaut, Wakefield Council. Photo: Andrew Benge
Children jumping in mirrored geometric space
Wonderlab at National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. Photo: Lee Mawdsley

Making data work

We’re leading a project called ‘Making data work for public sector policy’ funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.

It brings together cultural sector partners, data specialists and policy makers to explore how better data can lead to better policy.

As part of this project, we’re building on the development of our cultural evaluation principles, to create a cultural evaluation framework that will combine qualitative and quantitative methods. The evaluation framework will be people and place-centred with the ultimate aim that the learning and insights generated will lead to policymaking that is more responsive to people and places.

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