Evaluation

Be Creative Be Well Evaluation published

Over three and a half years, the Well London programme empowered some of the capital’s most deprived communities to take a proactive role in enhancing their health and wellbeing.

'Who Cares? Museums, health and wellbeing'

The 'Who Cares? Museums, health and wellbeing' publication outlines the programme that the six Renaissance North West museums have been running over the past two years. The programme has been researched by the Psychosocial Research Unit at the University of Central Lancashire.

Art Lift evaluation

The evaluation of the Art Lift project by the University of Gloucestershire is now available. Art Lift is a primary care based art intervention where health professionals refer patients for a ten week art programme, usually delivered in a primary care setting.

Qualitative Research in Arts and Mental Health: Context, Meanings and Evidence, Edited by Theo Stickley

This is the first book published in the UK that brings together a range of key qualitative research studies providing evidence for the assertion that involvement in participatory arts can be specifically beneficial to people with a variety of mental health difficulties.

Art in Prisons: a literature review of the philosophies and impacts of visual art programs for correctional populations

This review was commissioned by Arts Access Australia to examine evidence for the value of visual arts programs in Australian prisons and their impact on adult inmates.

Turning Point Network evaluation report

Arts Council England has published the final evaluation report of the pilot stage of the Turning Point project.                  

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