24 octobre 2019 - 27 octobre 2019
24 octobre 2019 - 27 octobre 2019
 

Le défi de l'évaluation

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Aujourd'hui, le débat sur l'étude, l’évaluation et la mesure d’impact continue de gagner du terrain. Nous avons pris l'habitude de croire qu'il s'agit de gagner la faveur des financeurs, qui s'intéressent de plus en plus aux indicateurs numériques et aux preuves concrètes. Néanmoins, aussi controversé que puisse paraître le débat sur la "mesure d'impact", il s'agit aussi d'une auto-évaluation et d'une amélioration pertinentes de nos propres pratiques.

Comment évaluer l'activité culturelle et sa relation avec le public ? Quels sont les critères pertinents et les outils adéquats ? Comment pouvons-nous prendre le contrôle du processus plutôt que d'être dictés d'"en haut", et qu'est-ce que cela signifie pour notre pratique en développement ?

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Ul. Ivana Grohovca 1/a
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Rijeka
Croatia
26 octobre, 2019 - 15:00 - 16:45

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image of Vassilka Shishkova

Hello everyone. 

Here is a collection of resources on audiences and evaluation published by IETM:

Look, I'm priceless! Handbook on how to assess your artistic organisation - toolkit, IETM 2017

Audience Explorations: Guidebook for hopefully seeking the audience - toolkit, IETM 2017

Mapping of Types of Impact Research in the Performing Arts Sector (2005-2015)

Valuing the arts - report from IETM Paris Satellite 2016

The Art of Valuing: Opening Speeches - IETM Brussels Satellite 2015

The Art of Valuing: Panel Discussion - IETM Brussels Satellite 2015

Beyond the numbers - a session report from IETM Sofia 2014

Posté il y a 1 année 4 mois
image of Jonathan Goodacre

A great pleasure to meet everyone and discuss evaluation and its challenges. Here are a few links that people might find interesting. They are mostly short articles/blogs and within them there are further references. Feel free to contact me about them.

These are some general articles about our work internationally

https://www.theaudienceagency.org/about/working-internationally

https://www.theaudienceagency.org/blog/evaluation-the-international-dimension

These refer to a couple of evaluation projects of relevance:

www.theaudienceagency.org/resources/case-in-point-peterborough-presents

https://www.theaudienceagency.org/resources/getting-creative-with-evaluation

https://www.theaudienceagency.org/resources/case-in-point-processions

https://www.theaudienceagency.org/blog/research-for-everyone-participatory-research-and-evaluation

This is the international working group on evaluation run by Encatc. During 2020 we will be working towards a toolkit and guidance around international cooperation projects such as those funded by Creative Europe

https://www.encatc.org/en/events/upcoming-events/working-group-evaluation/

These are some of the other co-operative international projects we are currently working on:

https://www.adesteplus.eu/ (Creative Europe project led by Fondazione Fitzcarraldo in Italy and focusing on organisational change and cultural policy related to audience development and cultural democracy).

http://www.asset4art.eu/ (Creative Europe project led by the Department of Arts Management, The Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic focusing on research in theatres in 5 cities - Helsinki, Prague, Sofia, Vienna and Zagreb)

http://connectingaudiences.eu/ (Erasmus Plus project led by Deusto University in Spain and focusing on university / cultural organisation partnerships related to training and audience development). It includes a good resource section with articles and studies in different languages and from projects across Europe and the world.

 

Posté il y a 1 année 4 mois
image of Ozana IvekoviĆ

Thank you Vassilka and Jonathan for moderating the discussion and to everybody in the group for their contribution. It was very nice to meeting you all!

Thank you for the useful links, as well.

Best regards from Zagreb!

Posté il y a 1 année 4 mois