Monthly Archives: December 2011

How to move on! – by Stuart Mullins, THEATRE IS…

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hIlOgZikZgI width=”480″ height=”267″] THEATRE IS… inspires and ignites the artistic leadership of the 21st century… So here we go again, the old quality debate! How do we know its good and therefore by inference, what is bad? It’s a … Continue reading

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Pragmatism + Idealism = Keeping it simple + acknowledging complexity – by Emily Pringle, Tate

The writer Saville Kushner, commenting on the difficulty of evaluating participatory arts projects taking place in education contexts, once observed that ‘evaluation – as a representation of human experience – is an intractable a problem as the art it observes … Continue reading

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Participatory arts: How do we know it’s any good? – by Toby Lowe, Helix Arts

(Read more on my blog…) On 6th December, Arts Council England are hosting a conference about quality in arts activity for children and young people. The event is called How do we know it’s any good? and it sets out to … Continue reading

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Welcome to the quality conversation – Amy Turton, Officer, Policy Development, Arts Council England

People in the arts, culture and youth sectors are posting their ideas on this blog, and we hope you will share your own experiences. Find out more about the Arts Council’s work in this area on our website.  If you … Continue reading

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