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Transported Phase 2: The Long Haul

Transported in South Lincolnshire is part of the Creative People and Places programme. It is based in South Lincolnshire and this summary evaluation report by MB Associates covers the second of three phases of activity.

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Evaluation in Participatory Arts Programmes

This document brings together 18 examples of evaluation tools, methods and approaches, including creative evaluation, from across the Creative People and Places programme. 

 

It will be of interest to artists and arts organisations planning evaluations, particularly participatory projects in community contexts.

 

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LeftCoast: Journeys to Cultural Engagement

This report by Morris Hargreaves McIntyre was commissioned by LeftCoast to track and investigate audience member or participant ‘journeys’ across a number of events. Its objectives were to:

 

  • understand the potential follow on impact of attending or participating in LeftCoast events
  • identify potential pathways from initial to sustained arts engagement
  • examine ladders of engagement - do people move from lower to higher engagement after being an audience or participant?

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bait: Final Evaluation Phase 1

This evaluation report written by Consilium covers the first three years of bait's programme in South East Northumberland.     It is the last in a series of three assessments forming part of a longitudinal evaluation. It provides a final assessment on the impact, successes and learning from the first phase of the bait programme.

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Transported Final Evaluation Phase 1

This evaluation report by MB Associates (Mandy Barnett and Ruth Melville) covers the first three years of Transported's programme in Boston & South Holland. It Includes an in-depth look at four projects to assess their Social Return on Investment (SROI).

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Right Up Our Street: Final Evaluation Phase 1

Right Up Our Street is a Creative People and Places project working in Doncaster. This report by Dr Leila Jancovich summarises the findings and key learnings from the first three years (Phase 1) of the programme. The evaluation considers how the approaches RUOS used, together and separately, achieved the aims of the programme and what lessons were learned from the process.

 

The second document is The Story of Right Up Our Street, a visual report by the RUOS team drawing on the evaluation findings.

 

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Year 2 Ecorys Report: Progress and Outcomes

This Ecorys report covers progress and outcomes during the second year of the CPP programme.   Ecorys, a research agency, has been commissioned to create the overarching evaluation (the meta-evaluation) for the national programme.   The report covers January 2015 to January 2016 and is based on a review of monitoring data, interviews with programme directors and national stakeholders, and a review of local project evaluations.   The documents below include a stand-alone Executive Summary and a complete copy of the report.

 

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Right Up Our Street's Interim Evaluation

This report by Dr Leila Jancovich reviews the first two years of the Right Up Our Street programme in relation to both the national aims of Arts Council England and the local aims of delivery partners in Doncaster.

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Transported's Interim Evaluation

This interim evaluation report from MB Associates draws on data and learning from the first two years of the Transported programme.

 

Transported is a Creative People & Places project based in Boston and South Holland in rural Lincolnshire. The report appendix include case study dashboards for six projects:

 

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Year 1 Ecorys Report: Process, Progress and Emerging Outcomes

This Ecorys report covers progress during the first year of the CPP programme. Ecorys, a research agency, has been commissioned to create the overarching evaluation for the national programme.   The report covers December 2013 to December 2014 but is based on a review of monitoring data from April - June 2014 (the most complete data at the time the report was written), interviews with programme directors and national stakeholders, and a review of available local evaluations.  

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