Evaluating arts projects which aim to make a difference

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? A practical seminar hosted by Complicite and led by Dr. Mark Boylan

Date: 29/05/2024 – 29/05/2024


5 July, 1300 – 1600 at WAC, 213 Haverstock Hill, London NW3 4QP,

Difference Does it Make?
offers an introduction to evaluation design for arts projects which aim
to make a difference, or to provoke change. Participants will be asked to come
with a project in mind, and will have the opportunity to develop a ‘theory of
change’, and to identify appropriate evaluation questions and activities.

workshop will be of interest to people who design arts projects, as well as
those who fundraise for them, offering achievable frameworks and the language
needed to talk about evaluation when writing grant applications and

Dr. Mark
Boylan is a Reader in Education at Sheffield Hallam University. He has
extensive experience of evaluation research, and has led teams evaluating large
scale projects for clients including the Department for Education and the
Education Endowment Foundation. In addition, Mark has supported many small
scale projects as an external advisor, and run professional development events
for creative practitioners as part of the Creative Partnerships programme.
Currently, he is collaborating with Complicite on the Embodying Mathematics

To book
a place on the seminar, contact Complicite on: creativelearning@complicite.org
or 020 7485 7700

Cost – £20

"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

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