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Making Connections with the
Cultural Commissioning Programme
Lucie Stephens
Head of Co-production, NEF
Outline
• Introducing the Cultural Commissioning
Programme
• Sharing our recent research
• Outlining the ‘Making Connectio...
• Arts & cultural organisations better able
to engage with public sector
commissioning
• Public service commissioners more...
Value delivered
4
Encourage sustained
participation
Addresses inclusivity
and difference
Effective working in
preventative...
Heat map: who is involved
5
Beneficiary
Children
Young people
Older/ retired people
People with disabilities
Seldom heard ...
Heat map: areas of focus
Outcome
Mental health
Well-being
Education and learning
Employment and training
Physical health
I...
Sing for life, Kent
• Music based programme delivered in Kent evaluated by Canterbury
University, achieved a range of posi...
Opportunities
• Supporting independence and
tackling isolation of older people
• Personalisation
• Dementia
• Social presc...
Exercise #1
• Around your table discuss the main challenges
that your community is facing
• Record these on post-its and g...
Exercise #2
• Review the themes you have identified
• Agree one issue you are most interested in
addressing
• Working with...
Thanks
Please hand in your evaluation
sheet as you leave
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Cultural Commissioning Programme, Lucie Stephens

  1. 1. Making Connections with the Cultural Commissioning Programme Lucie Stephens Head of Co-production, NEF
  2. 2. Outline • Introducing the Cultural Commissioning Programme • Sharing our recent research • Outlining the ‘Making Connections’ work • Examples of how arts and cultural interventions could support Housing Associations
  3. 3. • Arts & cultural organisations better able to engage with public sector commissioning • Public service commissioners more aware of potential for arts & cultural organisations to deliver outcomes Outcomes
  4. 4. Value delivered 4 Encourage sustained participation Addresses inclusivity and difference Effective working in preventative agenda Use of existing community assets Place and inclusion Health and well-being Life skills Identity Safe way to explore difference Regeneration Engaging with seldom-heard voices Route into education Pride and identity Reduced social isolation Social bonding Personal communication tool Physical health Addressing stigma Community cohesion Cognitive and creative skills Social skills (confidence, teamwork etc.) Route into employment Mental health recovery Reintegration into society
  5. 5. Heat map: who is involved 5 Beneficiary Children Young people Older/ retired people People with disabilities Seldom heard communities Local communities General public Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities (BAME) Refugees / Asylum seekers Adults Gender specific
  6. 6. Heat map: areas of focus Outcome Mental health Well-being Education and learning Employment and training Physical health Inclusion/ participation / community cohesion Crime and public safety Regeneration Conservation and environment Substance use Housing Finance / legal 6
  7. 7. Sing for life, Kent • Music based programme delivered in Kent evaluated by Canterbury University, achieved a range of positive outcomes
  8. 8. Opportunities • Supporting independence and tackling isolation of older people • Personalisation • Dementia • Social prescribing • Obesity • Mental health support and recovery • Wellbeing
  9. 9. Exercise #1 • Around your table discuss the main challenges that your community is facing • Record these on post-its and group them on flip chart paper • Give a title to the groups
  10. 10. Exercise #2 • Review the themes you have identified • Agree one issue you are most interested in addressing • Working with others around the table use the planning sheet to identify next steps
  11. 11. Thanks Please hand in your evaluation sheet as you leave

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