AMASS European Testbed Artistic Experiment Evaluations

Raphael Vella (Editor), Margerita Pulé (Editor), Amna Qureshi, Ágnes Veszelszky, Andrea Kárpáti, Anna Eplényi, Bernadett Babály, Carolina Gutiérrez Novoa, Emil Gaul, Erika Kugler, Eszter Deli, Isabelle Gatt, Kiwoong Nam, Lajos Kovács, Magdalena Novotná, Maria Huhmarniemi, Marie Fulková, Márton Rétvári, Melanie Sarantou, Michaela KuříkováMilosh Raykov, Mirja Hiltunen, Paul Wilson, Satu Miettinen, Silvia Remotti, Stefanie Singer, Tang Tang, Teresa Eça, Zsófia Somogyi-Rohonczy

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The data set of 36 AMASS European Testbed case studies fulfils a specific purpose:
• Build a research database for good practices in the field of arts-based social interventions in AMASS partner countries.
• Construct a solid foundation for the development of new interventions with similar objectives.
• To present methods of evaluation for arts-based social interventions, avoiding obstacles that made many previous efforts in this field unsustainable and unadaptable.
• To offer a valid and authentic knowledge repository for policy makers, developers of future projects and researchers to identify motivations, philosophies, modes of engagement and impact of arts-based social interventions.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages216
Publication statusPublished - 2022
MoEC publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

Field of science

  • Visual arts and design


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