Outcomes and Evaluation

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Job type: 
Permanent
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Other
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Wed 4 Oct 2017

Fifty thousand pounds has been awarded to Noise Solution to significantly enhance and evolve its impact capture analysis and use of digital storytelling, placing the organisation at the forefront of impact capture in our sector, UK and indeed worldwide. 

Its been a busy and exciting time for the Concept Music Project team and the young musicians and producers who have been taking part. With two of our 'Pop Up Studio' residencies completed and drop in sessions happening regularly in Corby and Leicester, we are looking forward to music making with more young creatives and pleased to be collaborating with a range of project partners throughout 2017 and into 2018. This is an initial reflection on our first residency at the Core in February.

Part two of a reflection on a year of music making with young people in Rutland

Part one of a reflection of the year making music with young people in Rutland

I have often come across the struggle transitioning/adapting participants of small vocal/music workshops to larger ones...........All added ideas are welcome! 

If you are not taking impact capture seriously for the projects you are running then I believe you to be looking down the barrel of a funding gun. It amazes me how many organisations don't collect the simplest of data like attendance or any form of 'story' from their participants. Money is scarce and getting scarcer. Commissioner's and grant givers require evidence that what we do is effective. 

Commentary on Community Music often highlights a lack of methodologically sound evidence for the sectors work. To address this Noise Solution set out to quantify its impacts. 

Phill Howley, professional musician, producer and specialist in music engagement in challenging circumstances, blogs about Life on Shuffle, a creative music project for young people.

These are some notes on my experiences and reflections on being a trainee on the Hope Creative project so far, having attended 6 sessions since November 2015. I have been recording what we have done and where we have done it and how it was from my point of view.

Hello!  Welcome to the Outcomes and Evalaution Group.

I thought it would be a good idea to set this up so we can exchange ideas, hints, and tips about anything to do with measuring outcomes and embedding strong evaluation practices in our projects and work in general.

It's really open to everyone to make of it what we will (although I will post the occassional tools or resources that inevitably land in my inbox and on my lap at meetings etc).

I think as evaluation geeks we are stronger together!

Hello!  Welcome to the Outcomes and Evalaution Group.

I thought it would be a good idea to set this up so we can exchange ideas, hints, and tips about anything to do with measuring outcomes and embedding strong evaluation practices in our projects and work in general.

It's really open to everyone to make of it what we will (although I will post the occassional tools or resources that inevitably land in my inbox and on my lap at meetings etc).

I think as evaluation geeks we are stronger together!

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