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Expert Presents: Measuring What Matters

Creative Victoria Presents:
Measuring What Matters - Evaluating Arts Impact

When: 

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 | 3.25pm-5.00pm (Doors open at 3.15pm)

Where:
Treasury Theatre (Lower Plaza) 
1 Macarthur Street
East Melbourne VIC 3002

FREE but bookings are essential as places are limited!

We know that arts and culture have a positive impact on our society. Yet we often struggle when it comes to assessing it. This month’s Expert program, four leading social impact experts will explore how we can measure the social benefits of creativity and why it matters.

Dr Hilary Glow and Anne Kershaw (Deakin University), Jackie Bailey (BYP Group) and Mark Hogan (Regional Development Victoria); offering a step by step guide to building an evaluation framework, sharing tips on cost-effective evaluation techniques as well as exploring how to get the most out of your evaluation data.

Presenters will address the following questions in their presentations:
  • What are your top three tips for evaluation and identifying change?
  • What can organisations do with little or no resources specifically for evaluation?
  • What framework do you use to evaluate change?
  • What do you do with the information you uncover through evaluation?
Presenters will address these questions from the following perspectives:
  • Impact of arts and culture on individual and community well-being: evaluating VicHealth’s Arts About Us funding program (Dr Hilary Glow and Anne Kershaw, Deakin University)
  • Evaluation methods in the field of culture and social inclusion, drawing on examples including Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MCA) C3West program (Jackie Bailey, BYP Group)
  • Evaluation methods in social impact for regional centres and hubs, using examples from Clunes Booktown and Creative Clunes projects (Mark Hogan, Regional Development Victoria)

A 20-minute Q&A will follow the discussion and attendees are encouraged to ask questions that are specific to the evaluation challenges facing their organisations.

Facilitated by Jeremy Gaden (Senior Manager - Regional Partnerships, Creative Victoria).  

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