Big hART's GOLD project: Bringing communities into existence
Wright, P. (2011) Big hART's GOLD project: Bringing communities into existence. Murdoch University. Big hART, Western Australia.
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This report provides an analysis of Big hART’s GOLD Project. It documents and evaluates successes and challenges faced through this project. First, the evaluation methodology employed is described, then the project itself in brief is introduced with its aspirations and methodologies. Second, the project is situated in a broader context locating it within an interconnected web of pressing social issues, climate change, and participatory arts practices; it is the correlations between these issues and Big hART’s practices that make the global local, and the local global providing better tools for understanding the impact of the GOLD project. A broad overview of the project’s intents is presented showing in brief what was and was not achieved. Third, the three key project objectives are considered and evidence—the Results Chart—in relation to those objectives is presented in order to better understand the project, its outcomes, and challenges. Fourth, a summary is provided of the strengths of the project, its achievements, and the lessons learnt.
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Education|
|Publisher:||Murdoch University. Big hART|
|Copyright:||Murdoch University. Big hART|
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