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Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
Kent Creative Commissioning Programme
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Kent Creative Commissioning Programme

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A presentation by the Kent Creative Commissioning Programme at the Cultural Commissioning National Seminar in London on the 6th June 2014. …

A presentation by the Kent Creative Commissioning Programme at the Cultural Commissioning National Seminar in London on the 6th June 2014.

Find out more about Cultural Commissioning Programme. http://www.ncvo.org.uk/practical-support/public-services/cultural-commissioning-programme

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  • 1. Kent  Creative Commissioning  Programme 
  • 2. 06/06/14
  • 3. Why we are involved and what we want to achieve • More creative and better outcomes for commissioners and  for young people in Kent  • Increased capacity in the arts and cultural sector (more  organisations are commission‐ready, understand more about  the commissioning process, share learning) • ROH and Artswork Bridge organisations working together  with KCC partners to lever and maximise investment • Building  strong strategic relationships for future  commissioning opportunities
  • 4. Story so far…. • A very long conversation  or journey • November 2012 ‐ start of series of support sessions for arts and  cultural partners to support them to be “commission – ready”, led  by Linden Rowley – 4 to date – 4 to come • Conversations with Public health and KCC arts and culture about  commissioning, also part of Arts Council agenda re: sustainability • Out of this was born the Six Ways to Wellbeing • Resulted in 6 districts @ 35K each to work with HLCs and Libraries  on creative interpretation of the Six Ways • Deliver 50 hours minimum contact with children and young people  ‐ plus festival event to promote Six Ways
  • 5. ‘The science and art of preventing   disease,  prolonging life and promoting health through  the organised efforts of society’ Sir Donald Acheson    Public Health in England  Public Health is……
  • 6.  Reducing health inequalities   Improving mental health and well‐being  Improving sexual health and reducing teenage    pregnancies   Enabling more older people with chronic disease to live at  home  Reducing levels of substance and alcohol misuse Public Health Priorities
  • 7. Six Ways to Wellbeing Research based model developed by New Economics  Foundation and SLaM • Be Active (Body) • Connect (People) • Keep Learning (Mind) • Take Notice (Place) • Give (Spirit) • Care (Planet) • www.liveitwell.org.uk/ways‐to‐wellbeing/six‐ways‐to‐wellbeing
  • 8. Partners and stakeholders • Artswork and Royal Opera House Bridge • KCC Arts and Culture • KCC Public Health • Arts and cultural partners • KCC Procurement • Steering group members (inc CPP Swale and  Medway) • Healthy Living Centres • Libraries Service
  • 9. Investment • Programme total £254,000 • Public health £120K + 24K evaluation • Bridges £45K x 2 = 90K plus 15K evaluation and  5K support programme (55K each in total) • Enormous amount of in‐kind time:  planning,  meetings, interviewing, drawing up  specifications and questionnaire for applicants  learning, goodwill particularly for core team
  • 10. Ingredients • True partnership working • Willingness to engage • Support programme • Expertise • Time  • Sheer determination • Political buy‐in
  • 11. Learning  • Multi layered – learning as we co ‐ devised • 3 successful awards leaving 3 districts still  unallocated • Revised approach which we will have to  broker differently, more “guided” • Can use 3 tenders route this time (under EU  threshold) • Capacity of sector/NPO applications/ lack of  entrepreneurship/time or timing
  • 12. Support package and Evaluation • Public Health overarching evaluation – WEMWBS  • Bridges funded programme evaluation to  include support package • Collecting evidence and learning from process • Arts Award and ACE quality principles • Work with NEF to build on this model

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