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Creative Scotland Research

Evaluation of Creative Identities

Published: 27 May 2011

Creative Identities was an ambitious 18-month pilot programme which was part of the Scottish Government's CashBack for Communities programme. It aimed to provide a wide range of arts and moving image activities to young people aged 10-19 in Scotland. The evaluation was conducted by PZA Consulting.

Review of Broadcast and TV Production Incentive Finance for Scotland

Published: 01 Feb 2011

nmp were commissioned by Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise to provide research, analysis and recommendations to improve current public sector support which attracts and incentivises broadcast and TV production in Scotland.

Evaluation of Moving Image Education in Angus

Published: 01 Aug 2010

In March 2008, Scottish Screen commissioned Professor J. Eric Wilkinson and Dr George Head of the then Faculty of Education in the University of Glasgow to undertake a formal evaluation of the roll-out (subsequently referred to as MIE Phase 2) of Moving Image Education in Angus.

YMI P6 Target Annual Monitoring Report 2007/08

Published: 01 May 2010

This report provides information on how the P6 target has been sustained in the fifth year of the youth music initiative and details how each local authority has utilised the Scottish Arts Council’s investment. The report contains a national overview and comprehensive individual local authority data. We are grateful to each local authority and Jordanhill School for providing us with local data.

Inspire Process Evaluation Executive Summary

Published: 01 Apr 2010

The Scottish Arts Council commissioned an evidence based process evaluation of the Inspire and Inspiring Communities fund. The evaluation focused on the development of the Inspire and Inspiring Communities fund, in particular the development of the vision and aims, the design and establishment of the fund, the resources involved and the management and ongoing development of the programme.

Evaluation of the Cultural Co-ordinators in Scottish Schools Programme

Published: 01 Feb 2010

In March 2009, ERS was commissioned by Scottish Arts Council to deliver a programme of monitoring and evaluation of the Cultural Co-ordinators in Scottish Schools (CCiSS) Programme since development of the Business Planning March 2007. Supported by an advisory group comprising of representatives from the Scottish Arts Council, Scottish Government, VOCAL, Heritage Education Forum and local authorities.

Cultural Co-odinators in Scottish Schools Programme: Monitoring Report

Published: 01 Feb 2010

The Scottish Arts Council commissioned ERS Research and Consultancy to undertake a review of the cultural co-ordinators in Scottish schools. This monitoring report presents findings from the first phase where data was provided by local authorities regarding the delivery of the cultural co-ordinators in Scottish schools programme. The study summarises the findings from the monitoring activity undertaken in November 2009.