BE PART Marwa Arsanios Gob Squad Collectief Elan(d) Eszter Nemethi VIERNULVIER Sophie Hope Dafna Maimon Vincen Beeckman Ridha Tlili Abel Holsborough Par Hasard Collectief Chiara Bersani Cork Midsummer Festival Roland Gunst Homo Novus Mara Oscar Cassiani Leentje Vandenbussche URB festival Maarten De Vrieze Rest for the wicked Anna Karasinska ATLAS selma banich  Lotte van den Berg QUEEREEOKÉ Elly Van Eeghem Bebe Books Samah Hijawi Ben Fury Scottish Sculpture Workshop Santarcangelo dei Teatri Zoe Laureen Palmer Natural Contract Lab City of Women Jennie Moran Henry Mulhall Manoeuvre Andrew Graham Artsadmin L’AUTRE MAISON L’Art Rue Myvillages Festival de Marseille Marwa Arsanios Gob Squad Collectief Elan(d) Eszter Nemethi VIERNULVIER Sophie Hope Dafna Maimon Vincen Beeckman Ridha Tlili Abel Holsborough Par Hasard Collectief Chiara Bersani Cork Midsummer Festival Roland Gunst Homo Novus Mara Oscar Cassiani Leentje Vandenbussche URB festival Maarten De Vrieze Rest for the wicked Anna Karasinska ATLAS selma banich  Lotte van den Berg QUEEREEOKÉ Elly Van Eeghem Bebe Books Samah Hijawi Ben Fury Scottish Sculpture Workshop Santarcangelo dei Teatri Zoe Laureen Palmer Natural Contract Lab City of Women Jennie Moran Henry Mulhall Manoeuvre Andrew Graham Artsadmin L’AUTRE MAISON L’Art Rue Myvillages Festival de Marseille 

Evaluation Report for Art Beyond Participation – BE PART

Beyond Participation?

Download the Evaluation Report for Art Beyond Participation – BE PART here. Summaries are also available in the 7 languages used across the network: Arabic, Dutch, Finnish, French, Italian, Latvian, and Slovenian.

Art Beyond Participation – BE PART was a 4-year project initiated in 2019 by a network of 10 EU and non-EU partners that critically explored the politics and practices of participation in the arts field. This document was written by Sophie Hope and Henry Mulhall, independent evaluators and researchers on the BE PART project and designed by Studio Hyte. Our report is the result of embedded, participatory research that has been happening across the network since summer 2020. As a network, we have learnt a huge amount from each other about processes of working together. This document aims to make that learning public. Following an introduction to our research methods and focus on five ‘Fieldworks’ we present our thematic analysis through a series of diagrams and a section on what we have learnt across the Fieldworks, organisations and network itself. We end with a series of recommendations for anyone involved in the messy processes of working together, as artists, producers, participants, mediators, and facilitators.

If you have any questions about the report please do get in touch with Sophie and Henry: cardsonthetable.cott@gmail.com.