Demos report providing a snapshot of the third sector’s ability to measure and communicate the social value of the services it provides.
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Although now out of date, this report is an interesting analysis by a Clore Fellow of financial data collected by ACE.
Thoughtful paper by ex Director of ACE- North East, presenting his list of eight attributes required for organisations to be adaptive and resilient.
Substantial document from the Crafts Council analysing the size, scope and contribution of the crafts sector, which is shown to have a market that is bigger than that for fine art.
Overarching comments on behalf of the visual arts sector in the UK responding to new ACE policy in 2010.
Overview of findings from the Taking Part survey of 2008-09.
Second of two documents detailing a case study of how 11 organisations worked together for mutual financial benefit.
First of two papers providing case studies of how organisations can pool resources for mutual benefit.
Detailed academic report demonstrating empirical research and methodology used to research the notion of the artist as leader. Provides the evidential background to the “Leading through Practice” papers.
A review of research and literature to inform the Arts Council’s 10 year strategic framework.
Commissioned by ACE, the Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy researched how well the Grants for the Arts programme was meeting its stated objectives in 2010.
Executive summary of Work Foundation two year qualitiative study on exceptional leadership.
Guide for public and private funders to support best practice in collaborative working amongst creative practitioners and organisations.
Thoughtful nuanced paper discussing the under-capitalisation of medium-sized arts and cultural organisations, and the “radical” changes required to address this situation.
Put together by MMM, provides case stories to illustrate a range of non-grant financial mechanisms that can be used by creative practitioners and organisations.
Impacts 08 was a joint research initiative of the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, which from 2005-2010 evaluated the social, cultural, economic and environmental effects of Liverpool’s hosting the European Capital of Culture title in 2008.
In a series of essays, Born Creative brings together the experiences of creative practices in early years education. Intended to show the importance of cultures, environments and networks in the enrichment of early years learning.
Joint Demos and CASE (Culture and Sport Evidence Programme) fellowship essay examining evidence in relation to public participation in culture and sport. Addresses the question: why should the state get involved in culture, and if it should, how?
Findings from a major longitudinal study undertaken between 2008 and 2010 of the early career patterns of more than 3,500 graduates in practice-based art, design, crafts and media subjects, qualifying in 2002, 2003 and 2004 from 26 UK higher education institutions.
Explores the barriers preventing greater equality of access to the creative and cultural sector.
Participation data for 2008-2009.
Paul Hamlyn commissioned long report into the life experiences of young undocumented migrants in the UK.
Action plan that focuses on generic skills that artists need to underpin their careers in a complex environment.
Findings from the first three years of the Taking Part survey.
Mapping report commissioned by the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium from Impacts ’08.