The final ever BRICK event was hosted at the inspiring LSO St Luke’s in London and was focused around the important theme of evaluation. Titled ‘Learning for the Future: How to evaluate the impact of heritage projects’ delegates and speakers explored the importance of evaluation in heritage, what it entails and how to do it well, through a range of panel discussions, presentations and breakout sessions across two days.

You can find and download the presentations from the day below – take a look!

 

Day 1

Evaluation – A Great Learning Opportunity
Dr. Ulrike Hotopp, UK Evaluation Society

Evaluation at Charity Bank and the Architectural Heritage Fund: What Matters to Us?

Keynote: Evaluating Cultural Heritage within an International Context
Ian Thomas, Head of Evaluation, Arts, British Council

Evaluation: Why it Matters and Six Principles to Help do it Effectively
Dr Kion Ahadi, Head of Evaluation, HLF and Ruth Flood, Managing Director, RF Associates

An Introduction to Impact Evaluation
Ruth Gripper, Senior Consultant, New Philanthrophy Capital

 

Day 2

Keynote: Outcomes and Impacts – How You Achieve them and How We Measure Them
Ros Kerslake, CEO, HLF

BRICK Programme Evaluation (internal)
Rosie Fraser, Consultant, Rosie Fraser Associates, Niall Philips, Senior Partner, Purcell Architects &
Biljana Savic, Consultant, Enabling Places

Middleport Pottery Evaluation
Rosie Fraser, Consultant, Rosie Fraser Associates

Project Evaluation
Rachel Barrett, Regeneration Manager, The Churches Conservation Trust

Maverick Measurements in Heritage
Dr Asimina Vergou & Stephen Grey, Evaluation Managers, HLF

Panel Discussion: Breakouts – What Did We Learn?
Dr Asimina Vergou & Stephen Grey, Evaluation Managers, HLF, Rosie Fraser, Consultant, Rosie Fraser Associates and Rachel Barrett, Regeneration Manager, CCT

Evaluation of the BRICK Programme – Approach and Interim Findings
Jamie Buttrick, Director, Consilium