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Monday, September 16 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
What the arts can teach evaluators

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Gerard Atkinson (ARTD  Consultants)

"The arts are fundamental resources through which the world is viewed, meaning is created and the mind developed" - Elliot Eisner

It's time to do some out-of-the-box thinking.

In this interactive session, you and your peers will engage with a series of artistic provocations that will promote discussion and reflection on the practice of evaluation. The aim is to challenge assumptions about what we value, open up new ways of looking at problems, and highlight the diversity of perspectives that we and those we work with bring.

This session also aims to remind us of the value that the arts have as a means of expression and engagement and identify how the arts can have a more prominent place in evaluative discourse.

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Josephine Norman

Manager, Centre for Evaluation and Research, DHHS
I’m endlessly optimistic about our profession & the ways in which we can contribute to better outcomes, particularly in my context, for vulnerable Victorians. I’m always interested in finding new ways to give better advice, based on increasingly good evidence. I am fortunate to... Read More →

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Gerard Atkinson

Director, ARTD Consultants
I am a Director with ARTD Consultants with expertise in: - program and policy evaluation - workshop and community facilitation - business analytics and data visualisation - market and social research - financial and operational modelling - non-profit, government and business... Read More →

Monday September 16, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm AEST