Relevant and Inclusive

Participatory arts practice works with people in different situations, and quality practice is relevant to the context in which it is being delivered and to the participants the artist is working with. The practice is an inclusive one, and focuses on enabling non-professionals to engage with the arts.

Key Indicators include:

  • The key stakeholders are clear about what is being delivered to who and why
  • Space is made for discussion about how to make the project / programme relevant to participants
  • Artists and partners bring expertise to the table around the contexts they are delivering in
  • The stakeholders and team have considered what inclusivity and diversity means in the frame of their project / programme

Your Space - note down the key indicators for your project / programme in relation to this principle or use the worksheet to make a personal map:

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