Art-Based Evaluation 1012 years ago 2 years ago
This toolkit was developed by ArtReach.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:
Improvisation, openness, risk and play are at the heart of creative activity. Why not put that kind of free play to work for evaluation? Art-Based evaluation (ABE) uses creative activities as a way of expressing value. Numbers cannot fully express the impact of a project but questionnaires and interviews also have limitations. ABE uses metaphor as a way of exploring concepts and ideas that might be difficult or uncomfortable to communicate in other ways. When Art-Based Evaluation is combined with other evaluation methods it helps provide a well-rounded picture of the impact of a project for participants, facilitators, project planners and funders.
ArtReach. (n.d.). Art-Based Evaluation 101. https://www.artreach.org/artbasedevaluation
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