What do we mean by useful?
Keep visiting this page to find out top tips guides, case studies and research – basically, things that might be of use if you’re interested in running your own creative programmes. We don’t have all the answers but we can share what we have learned.
Data Driven Decision Making – a case study
Read: an insight into how Peterborough Presents uses data and research to decide which neighbourhoods to work in and who to work with. Useful for others running community-based projects or looking to reach new audiences.
Creativity and Wellbeing – a case study
Read: an insight into the impact of creativity on wellbeing told through Peterborough Presents projects. Evaluator Jamie Buttrick looks at the impact of creative activities on the wellbeing of participants, attendees, creative practitioners and communities. Useful for others running community-based projects.
Top Tips: Creating Accessible Programmes
We’ve been working with Julie Fernandez to make our programmes more accessible for people with disabilities. We thought we’d share our learning and top tips in case it is useful for you!
Top tips and favourite bits: Peterborough Murals
Watch: a short film where 4 Peterborough street artists and the PP team tell you about their favourite murals. We also share some top tips to those interesting in working with artists on future murals
Millfield Link – a case study
Read: an insight into our work in Millfield from 2017 – 2022. The case study shares what happened, the learning and the challenges. Useful for others running community-based projects about telling stories through art.
Creative wellbeing research
Read: we’ve been exploring how our programme can support personal and community wellbeing. This document pulls together a few links to research, organisations, toolkits and interesting quotes in case you’re interested in exploring this too
Read & watch: Environmental art therapy practitioner Sandra Keating exploring the physical, mental, emotional and physiological effects of grounding through barefoot walking practices.