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Nov 12, 2019

ADESTE+ Lisbon Summer School "Empowering audiences, reimagining culture" is the first one of a series of 3 that will be developed in 2019 // 2020 // 2021, in the framework of the ADESTE+ project. It was from September 23 to 27, 2019 at Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.

The ADESTE+ Lisbon Summer School fosters a hands-on approach, which introduces participants to the overall conceptual and theoretical framework of audience development and invites them to engage proactively with participating organizations, practitioners and experts.

This is the fifth day video: 

ADESTE+ IS ABOUT QUESTIONS WHERE ARE WE? WHAT NEXT? QUESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE

Alessandra Gariboldi and Anne Torreggiani 

CLOSING SESSION: THIS WEEK’S JOURNEY


Nov 06, 2019

ADESTE+ Lisbon Summer School "Empowering audiences, reimagining culture" is the first one of a series of 3 that will be developed in 2019 // 2020 // 2021, in the framework of the ADESTE+ project. It was from September 23 to 27, 2019 at Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.

The ADESTE+ Lisbon Summer School fosters a hands-on approach, which introduces participants to the overall conceptual and theoretical framework of audience development and invites them to engage proactively with participating organizations, practitioners and experts.

This is the fourth day video:

EMPOWERING AUDIENCES, REIMAGINING CULTURE LECTURE CULTURAL DEMOCRACY - PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

Steven Hadley, National University of Ireland Galway

Ana Žuvela, Institute for Development and International Relations [keynote speakers]

Dea Vidović, Kultura Nova Foundation [moderator]

PERPETUAL RETURN OR ON BEING INCLUDED: AGAIN, AND AGAIN AND AGAIN…

Wayne Modest, Research Center of Material Culture [keynote speaker]

Susana Gomes da Silva, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian [moderator]


Aug 29, 2019

Evaluation in participatory arts programmes
A selection of approaches, models and methods developed across Creative People and Places 2013-2016

Since the Creative People and Places (CPP) programme began in 2013, individual programmes have been developing a range of interesting evaluation approaches, models and tools.

Each CPP Place commissions a local evaluation, conducted by an external evaluator / agency to answer the main programme evaluation questions. The National Evaluation draws on these evaluations in the programme-level review.

The three programme evaluation questions driving the CPP National Evaluation are:

1. Are more people from places of least engagement experiencing and inspired by the arts?
2. To what extent was the aspiration for excellence of art and excellence of the process of engaging communities achieved?
3. Which approaches were successful and what were lessons learned?

This compendium presents a sample of these examples from 2013 to 2016 – offered and written by CPP directors and managers, critical friends, local evaluators and artists – to readers who may be thinking about their own evaluation in community contexts and participatory programmes.

 


By enhancing cultural participation among Europeans, will the values of tolerance, trust and willingness to engage respectfully with others be strengthened, and more open, inclusive societies emerge as a result?

A link has been made in recent years between a strong, well-functioning democracy and an abundance of cultural opportunities for all. Societies are said to be more open, tolerant and economically successful when people have easy access to a wide range of cultural activities and when participation rates in these activities are high. This first Council of Europe thematic report on culture and democracy specifically explores the relation between cultural participation and aspects of inclusive societies in Europe, such as tolerance and trust, and underlines the potential power of culture in nurturing them.

The report is based on the Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy, developed by the Council of Europe and the Hertie School of Governance, in co-operation with the European Cultural Foundation. It was published in December 2016. 


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