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Ahead of Coventry UK CoC 2021, a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation strategy was prepared, against which activities would be measured.
Now UK CoC 2021 is over, it is important to understand lessons learned and insights that can be applied to planning Coventry's future.
In addition to the Coventry UK CoC 2021 calendar of activities, a further programme of evaluation and knowledge exchange events was held.
The monitoring and evaluation team produced a series of progress reports considering UK CoC 2021 programme outputs and outcomes.
The final evaluation report covers the bidding process, the build-up period, the UK CoC 2021 year and immediate post-year legacy plans.
The Coventry City of Culture Trust appointed AMION Consulting to undertake the Economic Impact Assessment for UK CoC 2021.
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.
The Love Coventry programme was a major UK CoC 2021 strand that celebrated community and citizens' stories from across the city.
The Future Trends series explored aspects of UK CoC 2021 to provide research-led accounts related to the UK City of Culture programme.
Coventry Digital is an online resource made up of documents, maps, photographs, sounds and videos that tells the story of the city through the years.
Insights from UK CoC 2021 reflects on activities and evaluation to consider lessons for future events and local place-based knowledge exchange.
A programme of events were held to exchange monitoring and evaluation knowledge gained from Coventry's year as UK CoC 2021.
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'.
The AHRC place-based project used a range of knowledge exchange approaches to share findings from UK CoC 2021.
AHRC Research, Development and Engagement Fellowship examined how stakeholders reacted and adjusted to social impact measurement.
After evaluating Coventry UK CoC 2021, a set of reflections were identified and animated to enhance the key messages for others to use.
The AHRC place-based project used a range of knowledge exchange approaches to share the findings of Coventry UK CoC 2021.
UK Cities of Culture are invaluable sites of cultural inquiry: research and evaluation provide evidence of ‘what works’, from different perspectives.
Verbatim Theatre is a performance created solely from the words of interviewees that incorporates citizen experiences in policy design and evaluation.
Analysis of Coventry Household Survey 2022 data found that greater cultural engagement led to individuals having higher wellbeing scores.
UK CoC 2021 sought to use an innovative approach to Economic Impact Assessment to understand benefits generated by a cultural mega-event.
Through hyper-local offerings, Coventry UK CoC 2021 offered the potential for ownership by people who are most often missing from cultural spaces.
The West Midlands Police's work during UK CoC 2021 explored whether creative partnerships can help to rebuild public trust and confidence?
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.
The results of an economic impact report for Coventry show that UK CoC contributed towards a record year for tourism in 2022.
The place profiler enables organisations to plan and deliver against place-based outcomes, informed by cultural and non-cultural data.
Having been involved in designing and evaluating both Coventry UK CoC 2021 and Birmingham 2022 Festival: why evaluate? what benefits does it bring?
How a university-supported place-partnership, involving research, evaluation and evidence, generated UK CoC 2021 legacy.
As the UK City of Culture programme matures, it is important for research-led learning to guide future rounds and secure continuity of learning.
Coventry UK CoC 2021 activities encouraged people to think greener and to use spaces to build and maintain community connections.
While Walking Through Coventry Data guests saw historic and UK CoC 2021 images and data, and gained a new understanding of the city
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.
Coventry data, together with images from Coventry Digital, were displayed on the gallery walls to provide a new way of understanding the city.
The Cultural Policy & Evaluation Summit brought together cultural leaders to consider cultural mega-events and Coventry UK CoC 2021.
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.
Did the partnership with the Trust ensure that West Midlands Police could contribute to Coventry UK CoC 2021 and make positive impacts in the city?
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?’
During the Coventry Cultural Challenge team Spaams examined Coventry cultural event attendance data to identify and understand trends.
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).