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Cultural Commissioning Programme reports

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Reports which share learning from the Cultural Commissioning Programme - for arts and cultural organisations and for commissioners of public services
  • Working with Public Service Commissioners (pdf, 2.2MB) – this quick guide for the arts and cultural sector documents learning from the Cultural Commissioning Programme’s work with five locality projects, based in Birmingham, Derby, Manchester, Torbay and York. Groups of arts and cultural organisations in these localities were supported to strengthen their involvement with public service commissioners by working collaboratively.
  • The Art of the Possible, 2017 (pdf, 2.5MB) – quick guide for commissioners of health and well-being services who may not, as yet, have partnered with the arts and cultural sector.
  • The Art of Commissioning, 2016 Full report (pdf, 2.2B) and Summary report (pdf, 242KB) – documents learning from our two commissioning partner pilots, Kent County Council and Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, on using arts and cultural organisations to deliver outcomes for health, well-being and communities.
  • Opportunities for Alignment, 2014 (pdf, 2.1MB) – research report which provides an overview of challenges and opportunities in relation to strengthening the use of arts and cultural organisations to deliver public service outcomes.
  • Film on Cultural Commissioning, 2016
  • Cultural Commissioning Programme Evaluation Report, 2016 (pdf, 1MB)
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