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1 CULTURAL COMMISSIONING PROGRAMME CULTURAL COMMISSIONING PROGRAMME

2 Arts & cultural organisations better able to engage with public sector commissioning Public service commissioners more aware of potential for arts & cultural organisations to deliver outcomes Arts & cultural organisations better able to engage with public sector commissioning Public service commissioners more aware of potential for arts & cultural organisations to deliver outcomes Impact

3 What is commissioning? Process that public bodies use to: assess needs of people in area/demog group design services to meet those needs select an appropriate service to meet needs. What is commissioning? Process that public bodies use to: assess needs of people in area/demog group design services to meet those needs select an appropriate service to meet needs.

4 Review of quality & impact on needs Delivery of services Procurement of services to meet needs Analysis of Needs Market Development The Commissioning Cycle

5 CCP Research phase Looked at evidence that arts, museums & libraries deliver social value Analysed where interests of arts, museums & libraries and commissioner align Identified evidence base for demonstrating outcomes CCP Research phase Looked at evidence that arts, museums & libraries deliver social value Analysed where interests of arts, museums & libraries and commissioner align Identified evidence base for demonstrating outcomes

6 Value delivered by arts, museums, libraries 6 Encourage sustained participation Addresses inclusivity and difference Effective working in preventative agenda Use of existing community assets Place and inclusion Health and well-being Life skills Identity Safe way to explore difference Regeneration Engaging with seldom-heard voices Route into education Pride & identity Reduced social isolation Social bonding Personal communication tool Physical health Addressing stigma Community cohesion Cognitive & creative skills Social skills (confidence, teamwork etc.) Route into employment Mental health recovery Reintegration into society

7 Voluntary sector income – grants and contracts (billions) – grants

8 Challenges for Commissioners Need to balance immediate and acute needs with longer term strategy – as budgets shrink, tendency to retrench and focus on statutory duties Preventative approaches are difficult to evidence Voice of arts and cultural sector in public policy weak – does not support commissioners interested in innovation Commissioning approaches and priorities vary – can place limits on shared learning

9 Challenges for Cultural organisations Social outcomes, particularly where change takes place over time – hard to show direct attribution. Health commissioners expect statistically evidenced impacts, often based on large-scale clinical trials Concern of mission creep Realigning business model Capacity to deliver in a commissioning environment

10 Arts & Cultural organisations Public Service Commissioners Policy makers & influencers CCP workstreams Commissioning partners – pilots, shared learning Commissioning partners – pilots, shared learning Learning programme – A&Cs commission ready Social impact seminars National conferences & events – good practice, awareness raising High level round tables – engagement at strategic / policy level Policy /pub affairs input Case studies Online resources: Evidence library, information, guidance Local networks / relationship brokerage: A&Cs, commissioners, others Beacons Programme - support to 3 A&C infrastructure orgs: reach & legacy Social impact seminars

11 CCP Learning Programme Arts & cultural organisations Public service commissioners P2: Developing impact of arts & cultural activities on public service outcomes P2: Developing impact of arts & cultural activities on public service outcomes P1: Awareness-raising, knowledge, skills development P3: Building relationships between arts and cultural organisations and commissioners

12 Create Gloucestershire Network of arts & cultural orgs Approached county council with 3 year plan – secured pooled budget Funded co-ordinator role Invited arts & cultural orgs to provide creative responses to needs identified by council (c) Joe Magee, commissioned by Create Gloucestershire

13 Results 54 members / £800k from commissions & philanthropy Commissioners: NHS/CCG, LAs Arts programmes in range of spaces, involving people with different needs Evidence base developing eg fewer GP appointments by people with depression Some groups shaping own programmes / some individuals signposted to mainstream provision (c) Joe Magee, commissioned by Create Gloucestershire

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