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Keeping values in sight:Reflection and evaluation tools from an arts organisation’s perspective
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Ewa Illakowicz.
Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination (CCI) works with creative practitioners to inspire and enrich communities through first-hand imaginative and sensory experiences. CCI has explored and developed a range of reflection and evaluation tools as they’ve worked in partnership with the public, private and voluntary sectors and with people of all ages and from all backgrounds in very diverse settings (in galleries, museums, woodlands, hospitals, schools, nurseries, with property developers and even our local waste management centre!). This seminar by CCI ’s Director Ruth Sapsed will share some of these (4.30 – 5.30pm) with a participatory discussion after (5.30-6pm).
Ruth Sapsed has worked with arts organisations for 20 years (Glyndebourne Opera, Cambridge Arts Theatre, and Hoipolloi amongst others). She has been a part of Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination since its founding 10 years ago, establishing a significant reputation for the work’s capacity to involve children and families as co-researchers engaging in big ideas. CCI have run a number of professional development courses for educators with colleagues (Pam Burnard, Mandy Swann and Mary Jane Drummond) at the Faculty since 2007. Ruth also works as co-ordinator of Leadership for Learning: the Cambridge Network. (www.educ.cam.ac/centres/lfl) www.cambridgecandi.org.uk
This talk is part of the Arts, Culture and Education series.
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