Evaluation of Community Arts Projects: Comparison among Three Program Evaluation Models
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Increasingly, funders require that community arts organizations demonstrate evidence of program outcomes on participants and local communities. However, little information exists concerning outcome-based evaluation methods for community arts projects. In this study, a comparative analysis is presented of three arts program evaluation models used in Australia, Northern Ireland, and the United States. To frame the context of the study, a review of literature addresses trends in the field of program evaluation and types of program evaluation--specifically, outcome-based evaluation as applied to the arts and to country-specific evaluations. Findings of the study are presented as a synthesis of comparative analysis with the literature review. The study concludes with a discussion of findings and recommendations for each arts program evaluation model.
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