Guide on non-user consultation in museums
This guide was developed by Christina Lister as part of a project on non-user consultation for the South East Museum Development Programme. It focuses on methods that are accessible and achievable for small- and medium-sized museums and that can be scaled up, if desired.
Working with Public Service Commissioners
This quick guide for the arts and cultural sector documents learning from the Cultural Commissioning Programme’s work with five locality projects, based in Birmingham, Derby, Manchester, Torbay and York. Groups of arts and cultural organisations in these localities were supported to strengthen their involvement with public service commissioners by working collaboratively.
Art Therapy in Museums and Galleries
This is the website for the British Association of Art Therapists‘ Museums And Galleries Specialist Interest Group. We aim to be a positive and inclusive professional network for Art Therapists who are BAAT members and who are involved in, or interested in, developing work with museums and galleries.
Making Sense of Social Prescribing
‘Social Prescribing’ is a mechanism for linking patients with non-medical sources of support within the community, including cultural provision. Find out more about how it works in this guide from the Social Prescribing Network.
Derby Museums Human-Centred Design and Co-production Handbook
Handbook produced by Derby Museums to support the use of a co-production approach and human-centred design in museum development.
Getting Started with Commissioning: a toolkit for arts and culture organisations in the South East
Creative Future shares advice for adapting to the shift from traditional grants to tendering and commissioning.
Inspiring Impact is a UK-wide collaborative programme, working with the charity sector to help organisations know what to measure and how to measure.
Five Ways to Wellbeing
This document, produced by the New Economics Foundation (NEF) on behalf of Foresight, sets out 5 actions to improve personal wellbeing: connect; be active; take notice; keep learning; give.
Creative & Credible: How to evaluate arts and health projects
Creative & Credible supports arts and health organisations and practitioners to: engage with evaluation creatively; improve your practice; make well-informed spending decisions; strengthen the evidence base around the benefits and impacts of arts and health projects. Creative & Credible was created by Willis Newson and The University of the West of England, with funding from ESRC.
Symposium: Children and World War 1 - programme
This symposium entitled CHILDREN & WORLD WAR ONE: myths, images and engagement will take place on Thursday 23 October at the University of Worcester.
Materials from Museum2Museum: 'New Visions for Museums & Public Health'
Materials from the Kent & Medway Museum2Museum session, 'New Visions for Health & Well-Being' held on Tuesday 30th September, 2014 at The Beaney in Canterbury.
Cultural Commissioning Resources from Know How Non Profit
The Cultural Commissioning Programme has collated a range of resources for those wanting to engage in public service commissioning and for commissioners such as local authorities, clinical commissioning groups, NHS and others wanting to work with arts and cultural providers. Lots of useful information for arts and cultural organisations wanting to engage in public service commissioning (also for public service commissioners wishing to use arts and cultural providers to secure better outcomes) is presented on the Know How Non Profit website.
Cultural Commissioning Resources from NCVO
The Cultural Commissioning Programme has collated a range of resources for those wanting to engage in public service commissioning and for commissioners such as local authorities, clinical commissioning groups, NHS and others wanting to work with arts and cultural providers. The resources include guidance and case studies and are presented on the NCVO website.
Arts Commissioning Toolkit
Arts and commissioning toolkit produced by Royal Opera House Bridge, Artswork and Kent County Council.