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Date/Time
Date(s) - 21/02/2018 - 22/02/2018
9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Location
LSO St Luke's

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The BRICK programme will be coming to an end this Spring, and we’re wrapping up four successful years with a final conference in London.

The theme will be evaluation – a key element of any and all heritage projects, but something that is not always understood or appreciated. The Heritage Lottery Fund, one of the major funders of heritage projects in the UK, believes that:

‘Evaluation should be built into your project from the beginning. It has two purposes: proving what has been achieved, and improving as part of on-going project activity.’ HLF Evaluation Guidance, 2017.

 

The event is split over two days, each with a slightly different focus:

Day 1    Evaluation: What is it and why is it important?

The first day will set the scene and provide an overview of evaluation and what it entails. This day will also feature an evaluation of the HLF Catalyst Programme and give the perspective of funders. Day 1 will be essential for anyone looking to understand the significance of evaluating heritage projects. The day will consist of presentations, panel discussions and case studies and will finish with an evening drinks reception.

Day 2    Evaluation: Top tips and Techniques

The second day will focus on how to prepare and deliver high quality evaluation within the heritage sector, process and best practice and will also include reflections on the BRICK Programme itself. This day will be structured around presentations, breakout sessions, panel discussions and The BRICK Awards – celebrating the achievements of BRICK mentoring projects and providing attendees with case studies of excellent heritage projects.

 

Take a look at the draft agenda to find out more about each day and to see our confirmed speakers!

 


LSO St Luke’s is an 18th-century Grade 1 listed church, restored to become the home of the LSO’s community and music education programme. An innovative venture and a unique one, it is the foremost UK orchestral music education centre and the physical embodiment of the LSO’s aspiration to draw in more people to enjoy music – from the local community and around the world. LSO St Luke’s shows how much can be achieved when businesses work with arts and education organisations to develop projects designed to add new dimensions to the lives of people in deprived communities, such as those in and around east London.


Travel: LSO St Luke’s is located in Old Street, in the heart of London, and is easily accessible by bus, tube or train. Click here for more information.

Looking for somewhere to stay? There are a range of hotels within walking distance of the venue. If you need advice or further assistance please get in touch – we’d be happy to help.

If you have any further questions then please contact the BRICK Team at BRICK@princes-regeneration.org or call us on 020 7613 8553. Travel bursaries are available for community groups (up to £25, two per organisation), contact us to apply.


*All ticket prices are fully inclusive of VAT.

We are unable to offer refunds for this event. However we are happy to swap attendee names if you let us know prior to the event.

If you are unsure where you or your organisation fit in the ticket structure, please get in touch.

Bookings

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