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Organisations that undertake ongoing evaluation of cultural community arts often use an evaluation framework. A framework forms the conceptual foundation and structure of the evaluation system, is underpinned by theories or principles and often includes different approaches. Frameworks can contribute to the methodological development of arts and health research.
The following links and PDFs contain recommended framework tools:
Program logic framework
Annabel Jackson Associates 2004, Evaluation toolkit for the voluntary and community arts in Northern Ireland, Arts Council of Northern Island.
Health promotion framework
Georgeff N, Lewis, A & Rosenberg, M 2009, Bridging the gap: towards a framework for evaluating arts and health, Australasian Journal of Arts and Health, vol. 1, pp. 31–39.
Community arts framework
Keating, C 2002, Evaluating community arts and community wellbeing, Arts Victoria and VicHealth, Melbourne, Victoria.
Community arts develoment scheme (CADS) framework
Kelaher, M, Dunt, D, Curry, S, Berman, N, Joubert, L, Johnson, V 2009, 'Evaluation of the Community Arts Development Scheme', Improving health and wellbeing through social connections and the arts, Final Report, VicHealth.
Performing arts framework
Du Preez, K and & Bailey, J 2010, Artist Reflection Kit, Australia Council, Sydney.