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19th May 2015 Sara Lock

Resources by Jessica Harris

Adding years to life – and life to years

The Cultural Commissioning Programme is a three-year programme running from July 2013 to June 2016, funded by Arts Council England. The programme works to help the arts and cultural sector engage in public sector commissioning and to enable public service commissioners to increase their awareness of the potential for arts and cultural organisations to deliver their outcomes. In this article Jessica Harris, Project Manager, asks 'when will all commissioners recognise that activities like dancing and singing help maintain older people's quality of life and independence?' This article was originally published by Arts Professional.

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Policies for the people

The Cultural Commissioning Programme is a three-year programme running from July 2013 to June 2016, funded by Arts Council England.The programme works to help the arts and cultural sector engage in public sector commissioning and to enable public service commissioners to increase their awareness of the potential for arts and cultural organisations to deliver their outcomes. In this article, Project Manager Jessica Harris considers the question: what would our public services look like if we used wellbeing evidence to inform policy-making?  This article was originally published by Arts Professional.

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Demonstrating impact

A number of challenges face arts and cultural organisations in showing their impact on public service outcomes. Jessica Harris examines the types of evidence that commissioners want and looks at how arts and cultural organisations are providing it. This article was originally published by Arts Professional.

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Getting to grips with commissioning

The Cultural Commissioning Programme is a three-year programme running from July 2013 to June 2016, funded by Arts Council England.The programme works to help the arts and cultural sector engage in public sector commissioning and to enable public service commissioners to increase their awareness of the potential for arts and cultural organisations to deliver their outcomes. With opportunities for arts organisations, museums and library services to engage in public service commissioning, Jessica Harris, Project Manager, explains the importance of understanding the outcomes commissioners are looking for. This article was originally published by Arts Professional.

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