As Australia's longest running arts festival, there’s no doubt that the annual Perth Festival program of international performance, film, literature and visual arts has had a significant impact on Western Australians as well as visitors to the state. The Festival is now in its 67th year, with the most recent 2019 Festival attracting over 450,000 attendees.
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) in Exeter is the first cultural organisation to use the new Impact & Insight Toolkit.
Alison Nadebaum, Head of Operations and Business Management for SOH Presents, outlines their evaluation strategy and some of the key things learned.
With very special thanks to Clark Crystal, Artistic Director and founder of Brisbane’s inclusive theatre company Blue Roo Theatre Company Inc., for sharing their results and insights for this case study originally published on the Arts Queensland blog on 12 April 2017.
A case study from the KAGE, a participating organisation from the Creative Victoria 2016 pilot.
Bonnie Melrose from Museums & Galleries Qld provides her experience of being a peer assessor for the Rockhampton Art Gallery.