Audience resets and planning strategies
Historic parks, landscapes, sites: project evaluations
Digital project evaluations
Arts/ heritage/museums: evaluations and projects
‘The money is important – but more so is the gift of time to pause and think, time the award makes possible.’
Jerwood Arts provides transformative opportunities for artists and arts organisations through producing and funding socially engaged projects. Both programmes evaluated sought, in different ways, to enable artists to focus on the development of their practice. By providing funding for outstanding artists at the start of their career, can this support make the greatest difference? Our evaluation was also seen as a proactive resource for organisational development at Jerwood Arts, to inform future planning of investment programmes.
‘The arts inspire people, make communities more creative and strengthen economies.’
Serpentine Galleries believe there is significant potential to increase audience numbers, grow the diversify of their audiences and increase visitor engagement and retention. Specific target audiences are non-vocational visitors, ethnically diverse populations, younger people and families with children. Pam Jarvis and Mel Larsen have worked with the Serpentine team to build a realistic audience development strategy and create marketing and press opportunities to deliver the strategic aims.
Caribbean and African targeted health improvement programme (CATHIP). Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.
For decades, the Black community has suffered from disparities, poor outcomes, and inequalities in health provision. CAHN, as a Black-led organisation, is working with the Black community and cross-sector organisations to reduce health inequalities and drive sustainable change to improve overall health outcomes.
sam-culture, working with Samina Zahar, will consider how the CATHIP initiative is enhancing the well-being of disadvantaged groups using established wellbeing frameworks that focus on individual and community responses.