Creative Health CIC

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Presentation from Creative Health CIC which was part of 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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Creative Health CIC

  1. 1. Arts and Health Quality Framework: Why? Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission
  2. 2. The story so far…… Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission • Funding to develop online resource • 6 artist champions • 450 artists involved • Commissions programme
  3. 3. Why has this been so difficult? Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission
  4. 4. Not re-inventing the wheel Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission Mike White Key Dimensions of Arts/Health Diamond Model François Matarasso – Creative Progression
  5. 5. What the Arts and Health Quality Framework is and what it is not …. Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission The Quality Framework is not: •Good practice guidelines •An evaluation framework •A judgement The Quality Framework is: •A resource to help reflect •To keep an artist ‘on track’ •To support the artist’s conversations about quality •To support an artist understand and articulate their practice.
  6. 6. Talking about Quality at the start of a project Conception •How do I describe my arts and health practice? •How have I developed or conceived the arts idea? •What health or wellbeing outcomes is the project expected to produce? •What assumptions or beliefs underlie that expectation? •Why can I expect that my proposed arts activities might lead to those outcomes? •What degree of probability is there that the desired outcomes will be achieved? •How will I know if those outcomes have arisen? •Is there a better way of using the arts to achieve these outcomes? •Am I the right artist to do this work? •What do I need to know about the health context and the people I’m going to work with? •How will I reflect on the progress of the project and think about my own arts practice
  7. 7. Talking about quality Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission How could it work for artists linked to the West Midland Arts Health & Network?
  8. 8. Talking about quality Photo: The Cultural Sisters, First Aid Kit submission How it’s working for Creative Health CIC …..
  9. 9. jenny@creativehealthcic.co.uk www.westmidlandsartshealthandwellbeing.org.uk Thank you

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