Evaluation

Justifying the arts in health and care in Finland: A discourse analytic inquiry

Located at the interface between arts educational research and cultural health and well-being research, this article published in Cogent Arts & Humanities explicates the interpretative repertoires and discourses used to justify arts in elderly care.

ACE self-evaluation toolkit

Arts Council England have launched a self-evaluation toolkit for people, companies and partnerships in the arts, cultural and creative sectors.

Artists Residencies in Care Homes Programme Report

The final report from Magic Me’s programme of Artists Residencies in Care Homes, in partnership with care home provider Anchor and  performing arts companies including Punchdrunk Enrichment and Upswing.

The report is attached.

Rhythmix 'Music in Mind' programme evaluation

An independent evaluation (attached) of Music in Mind, a Rhythmix programme supporting children and young people with mental health problems.

The National Endowment for the Arts guide to community-engaged research in the arts and health

This new guide from the US outlines ways to reconcile the field-specific vocabularies used in the arts and health research; identifies study goals and methods for engaging community members as equal partners in a research project; and highlights the benefits of partnering for arts professionals

The Aesop PHE Evaluation Framework

Aesop and Public Health England has published a framework for evaluating arts activities designed to support health and wellbeing.

King’s Fund arts in hospitals

The King’s Fund has published a retrospective reflecting on its commissioning of arts activity in hospitals from 1979 to 2010.

http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/library/blog/art-hospitals

Evaluation: ENB Dance for Parkinson’s programme

This case study looks at the English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme, and why it has been commissioned by a Clinical Commissioning Group.

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Research report: The role of the modern curator in hospital

A research report by Dr Hilary Moss of the National Centre for Arts & Health, Eire, and funded by the Meath Foundation.

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