During 2019-21 a group of organisations and artists met as a Quality Principles Case Study group. Members identified projects or contexts in which they could test the ArtWorks Cymru Quality Principles.
The group met 8 times and explored the different ways the Quality Principles can be used to support work, what works well and what needs to be developed, and what further tools might be created to support the sector to embed the Quality Principles. You can read about their experiences in the case studies below.
Watch Nic Parsons and Becky Matyus from ACE Arts (Action in Caerau and Ely) talk about how they use the Quality Principles.
Watch Alan Humphreys from Wales Millennium Centre talk about how they used the Quality Principles on the Radio Platfform project.
Nic Parsons and Becky Matyus tell us about their experience of using the Quality Principles on an inclusive, participatory visual arts project at the Dusty Forge in Cardiff.
Amanda Wells introduces the Celf Able approach to using the Quality Principles. Celf Able is a disabled-led inclusive arts organisation in Montgomeryshire.
Clary Saddler, Co-Director of Forget-Me-Not-Productions, explains how they’ve used the Quality Principles throughout planning and evaluation processes.
Kate Strudwick tells us about partnership working to deliver the Broad Street Shopping project in Blaenavon.
Artist and filmmaker Kyle Legall tells us about his experience of familiarising himself with the Quality Principles and how they applied to his project, Cardiff 1919: Riots Redrawn.
Siân Elin Williams, Participation Coordinator, talks about using the Quality Principles in developing a project to create and play a drama game while learning Welsh.
Heloise Godfrey-Talbot, Lecturer at University of South Wales, discusses how the Quality Principles are introduced to students on the BA(Hons) Creative and Therapeutic Arts degree.
Alan Humphreys, Creative Learning Producer at Wales Millennium Centre tells us about their experience of using the Quality Principles on the Radio Platfform project.
Miranda Ballin, Artistic Director of Sparc, and Alan Humphreys, Creative Learning Producer at Wales Millennium Centre, tell us about using the Quality Principles on a youth-led partnership project in Rhondda Cynon Taf.