Evaluation

BBC/Arts Council England

An evaluation of the BBC and Arts Council Englandís Building Digital Capacity for the Arts project, which took place in 2012–13. The project involved a series of seminars, master classes and workshops delivered by the BBC Academy to arts organisations across the country, with the aim of building their digital capacity. The final report will be available in April 2013.

BBC/Arts Council England

An evaluation of the BBC and Arts Council Englandís Spoken Word project which took place in 2011. This was a mentoring scheme for emerging spoken word artists, with the process chronicled, and final results broadcast, on BBC Radio 3ís The Verb. The project involved six mentors, six mentees, three regional arts centres/organisations and the broadcast partnership. The report is an internal document for the BBC/Arts Council England.

Arts Council England

A summary of Arts Council Englandís arts/broadcast partnerships 2002–10, including work with BBC, Channel 4, Five, Community Channel and other broadcasters. The report, Arts Council England broadcast partnerships 2002–10, comprised an overview of the broadcast landscape and policy context, outline of projects and summary of achievements, as well as a separate spreadsheet giving detailed information on individual projects. The report is available on the Arts Council New Audiences website.

BBC/Arts Council England

An evaluation for the BBC and Arts Council England of their two year strategic partnership project, Made in England, which completed in 2010. The work involved a significant amount of research and analysis of the projectís key successes, challenges and lessons learned. The report, Made in England, is an internal document for the BBC and the Arts Council.

Community Media Association

Preparing an advocacy report on arts in community radio, based on the findings of research by CapeUK, to be used in campaigning work by the Community Media Association (CMA). The final report, Arts in Community Radio, draws out key themes from the research and highlights the power of community radio to meet a wide range of government and arts funding targets. The report is aimed at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Treasury, Arts Council England, local authorities, arts and cultural organisations, and regeneration organisations, and is available on Community Media Association.

Arts Council England Broadcast Partnerships

Summarising the participatory broadcast work funded by Arts Council England from 2000 to 2007, working in partnership with BBC, Channel 4 and Five. These include the BBC projects Big Dance, Roots, Power of Art and Sultanís Elephant; Channel 4 projects Operatunity, Road Trip and Ballet Hoo! and Five projects Fivearts cities Liverpool, Fivearts cities NewcastleGateshead and Fivearts cities Oxford. Sources included evaluation reports for each project, websites of participating organisations, videos and print material. The completed report is available on the Arts Council New Audiences website.

Fivearts cities

This commission involved writing the public-facing reports on Fivearts cities, a strategic, three-year arts broadcast partnership between Five and Arts Council England. These include Fivearts cities Liverpool (2005), Fivearts cities NewcastleGateshead (2006) and Fivearts cities Oxford (2007). Fivearts cities was dedicated to spotlighting the arts in the great cities of England and enabling people to develop their creativity. This was done through an integrated programme of on air and off air activities. More ...

Arts Council England

Senior Editor for New audiences for the arts: The New Audiences Programme 1998-2003, a document reporting back to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the five-year £20 million New Audiences Programme. The report is also aimed at artists, arts managers and strategic planners, and is available on the Arts Council New Audiences website.

Arts Council England

Reports for the Arts Council New Audiences Programme on reader development projects funded through the programme. This involved researching project evaluation reports, analysing common themes and lessons learnt, and highlighting models of good practice.

Other

Editorial work involving creative texts, and Sue Stewart's poetry publications, are listed in the Poetry section of this website.