Are you interested in finding out how to realise the impact of your programs and events? How to use data insights to make better decisions, better secure financial resources or engage your supporters and investors?
Culture Counts' offers evaluation software and consultation services to over 300 arts and cultural organisations across Australia to help tell the value and impact of their activities for their communities and audiences.
Culture Counts will be visiting Hobart for a free introductory Outcomes Evaluation Workshop in January 2020. The session will include a demonstration of Culture Counts’ online survey platform, as well as tips and tricks for best-practice evaluation. Hosted in conjunction with our wonderful clients, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, the session will conclude with time for questions, networking and light refreshments. All interested team members are welcome to attend.
What can you learn?
- Free workshop on best practice evaluation
- Introduction to Culture Counts’ framework for outcomes measurement
- Live demonstration of our online survey builder
- Tips on how to use insights to better prove the full value of culture
- Gain a better understanding on what your audience really thinks and values from their experiences
- Date: Wednesday 22 January 2020
- Time: 9.30am to 10.30am. Please arrive at 9.15am for registration. The workshop will be followed by light refreshments and networking.
- Venue: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, 1 Davey Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000
- Tickets: Free event, registration required. RSVP here >
About Culture Counts
Culture Counts offers evaluation software and consultation services to over 300 arts and cultural organisations across Australia to help tell the value and impact of their activities for their communities and audiences.
Culture Counts is a metric framework and accompanying set of software tools that captures feedback from the public, peer assessors and self assessors on the quality and impact of institutions, places, arts and cultural events, programs and experiences.
For more information visit culturecounts.cc