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The City of Culture Trust developed 'The Coventry Model – focusing on co-creation and targeting hyper-local events – to deliver UK CoC 2021.
The Coventry Cultural Challenge gave teams access to cultural data, including UK CoC, and asked for ideas that could 'make life better in Coventry'.
After evaluating Coventry UK CoC 2021, a set of reflections were identified and animated to enhance the key messages for others to use.
How successfully was the environmental theme integrated into Coventry UK CoC 2021's programme and what impact did it have on local people?
Verbatim Theatre is a performance created solely from the words of interviewees that incorporates citizen experiences in policy design and evaluation.
City stakeholders worked together during UK CoC 2021. New strategic plans build on these partnerships to benefit Coventry.
In 2021, a Citizens’ Assembly, involving 50 Coventry residents, considered how arts, culture and creativity can shape a better future for Coventry.
Coventry data, together with images from Coventry Digital, were displayed on the gallery walls to provide a new way of understanding the city.
The agenda for the Cultural Policy & Evaluation Summit and YouTube recordings of the presentations made on both days.
Coventry City Council's Insight team provided Warwick Business School students with UK CoC 2001 data for analysis; a webinar presented results.
How successfully was the environmental theme integrated into UK CoC 2021? Have attitudes towards the environment changed in Coventry?
What impact did the UK CoC 2021 title have on civic, cultural and business partnerships in Coventry and how sustainability are these partnerships?
How did Coventry UK CoC 2021 programming and cultural leadership engage faith and community groups in Coventry and the region?
During the Coventry Cultural Challenge team Data Slackers presented the winning proposal: ‘Share a Plate, Share a Story’.
During the Coventry Cultural Challenge team Discover Y developed the concept of 'Bringing Communities Together (Culture as a Service)’.
During the Coventry Cultural Challenge team Elden Kings explored the question ‘Does economic status have an impact on belonging?’
This website reflects a variety of UK CoC 2021 activities, funded by different funding bodies. It has been created as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project City Change Through Culture: Securing the Place Legacy of Coventry City of Culture 2021 (Grant Reference AH/W008769/1).