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Handbook: Evaluating your Artistic Organisation
1 March 2017
Evaluation and assessment within the Arts Sector often relies on short term, numeric data which may not reflect the actual work of the organisations themselves and which may fail to provide a way to self-reflect and improve.
This toolkit is designed to provide organisations or funders, with ways of moving forward and evaluating on their own terms, rather than by standard, cross-industry methods. The toolkit encourages viewing evaluation as a shared process between institutions and funders, or those who may seek to commission an assessment. It attempts to provide tools to carry out an evaluation, as well as helping to define and recognise risks and traps in the evaluation process.