Building on a previous report, this document also takes a national overview of the project, although delivery is via 21 independent consortia. Refreshing in tone, this reflective document is as much about good practice in arts management as about CPP in particular. Finds that “programmes have increasingly reflected the local nature of people’s participation in society and culture”; and that “working with local people to develop work with local resonance and relevance is increasing engagement, although the lasting changes remain to be seen”; and “CPP is having an impact on the people it works with in terms of confidence, well-being, social capital, as well as arts engagement”.

Mark Robinson
Creative People and Places
Faster but slower, slower but faster – creative people and places learning 2016