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Title

What have we learned about the role arts can play in supporting people who are homeless during C-19?

Summary

This report documents the role that arts can play in supporting people who are homeless during Covid-19.

Published

2020

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Title

Museums: Changing lives through art: evaluation of a partnership project May 2016-April 2019

Summary

This report is an independent evaluation of Pathways to Wellbeing Phase 1 (2016-19), a museum-based community engagement programme, led by the Holburne Museum,Bath, with art at its heart.

Published

2019

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Title

Anatomy of a Choir: an ethnographic study of the Choir with No Name

Summary

This study of a choir whose members are affected by homelessness was written as the final project for the year 2017/18 at Trinity Laban and Open University (Certificate in the Practice of Music Making).

Published

2018

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Title

Transitions: Evaluation Report January 2015

Summary

This report by Collective Encounters evaluates their Transitions project in Liverpool – Transitions aimed to empower homeless people to engage more effectively with statutory and service provision, and to support them to make a smooth transition from street to h... Read more

Published

2015

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Title

Me (re)making ME

Summary

Community arts in community health was a research project from community arts initiative SKETCH Working Arts, which attempted to evaluate together with its youth participants and the Central Toronto Community Health Centre the value and impact of bringing arts into non-... Read more

Published

2012

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Title

The Role of Art Institutions in Art Outreach. Critical toolkit

Summary

This toolkit examines the role of art institutions in art outreach, It is designed to be used by a mixed group of practitioners working within art and rehabilitation – this may include artists, therapists, academics, service users, service providers, funders and c... Read more

Published

2012

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