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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.
In addition to the Coventry UK CoC 2021 calendar of activities, a further programme of evaluation and knowledge exchange events was held.
The final evaluation report covers the bidding process, the build-up period, the UK CoC 2021 year and immediate post-year legacy plans.
Social Value Assessment is a method for assessing impact, including in the cultural sphere; it has been an important part of UK CoC 2021.
The UK CoC 2021 Caring City programme worked with seldom-heard communities to improve wellbeing, self-esteem and social-connectedness.
The Green Futures programme addressed the important environmental strand of the UK CoC 2021 programme.
Several UK CoC 2021 outcomes were met through focus studies undertaken by researchers at Coventry University and University of Warwick.
Focus studies answered specific research questions related to Coventry UK CoC 2021. Events were held to share their findings.
The Coventry Cultural Challenge gave teams access to cultural data, including UK CoC, and asked for ideas that could 'make life better in Coventry'.
AHRC Research, Development and Engagement Fellowship examined how stakeholders reacted and adjusted to social impact measurement.
How did the UK CoC 2021 City Hosts' volunteering programme impact those taking part, particularly in terms of wellbeing and civic pride?
Analysis of Coventry Household Survey 2022 data found that greater cultural engagement led to individuals having higher wellbeing scores.
Following Coventry UK CoC 2021, reflection on wellbeing in place-based arts and culture can be used to inform policy and investment decisions.
In 2021, a Citizens’ Assembly, involving 50 Coventry residents, considered how arts, culture and creativity can shape a better future for Coventry.
Coventry UK CoC 2021 activities encouraged people to think greener and to use spaces to build and maintain community connections.
The event considered the role and legacy of research in Coventry UK CoC 2021 and lessons to be passed on to Bradford, UK CoC 2025.
What was the impact of volunteering during Coventry UK CoC 2021 and how did it affect City Hosts' sense of wellbeing and/or civic pride?
During the Coventry Cultural Challenge team Data Slackers presented the winning proposal: ‘Share a Plate, Share a Story’.
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).