The Libraries Taskforce: Evaluation workshops resource pack

In March 2019 The Audience Agency delivered a series of evaluation workshops for libraries, commissioned by the DCMS Libraries Taskforce and supported by Arts Council England.  Four workshops were delivered across England; in the North West, North East, South West, and London / South East regions.  This Resource Pack brings together the evaluation workshop slide set and notes, themed resource links … More

Creative and Credible

Creative & Credible supports arts and health organisations and practitioners to: – engage with evaluation creatively – improve your practice – make well-informed spending decisions – strengthen the evidence base around the benefits and impacts of arts and health projects Use this website to understand why you might need to evaluate, what approaches might be appropriate, and … More

Creative and Credible: Qualitative Evaluation

Qualitative data include information gathered about participants’ experiences, perspectives and opinions. They can help to understand the meaning of arts activities and processes to participants. They can reveal important subjective information as well as illuminating the process of project delivery, showing unintended consequences of projects that cannot be identified through measurement using pre defined categories. … More

Creative and Credible: Quantitative Evaluation

Even the smallest scale project evaluation involves some kind of monitoring. The purpose of this is to document project delivery, usually recording the numbers taking part, the settings where the activities took place, the types of activity offered, and the outputs from the activity, including creative outputs such as artworks, music and performance. This often … More