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Arts, Culture
& Heritage

How can you ensure the best outcome for your project or programme?  No project is undertaken in a vacuum. Understanding the nuances around your arts, cultural or heritage project with the context of wider social, educational, place, economic or environmental concerns requires deep knowledge both within the arts, creative, culture, and heritage sectors and against a broader understanding of different areas in which your project operates.

Arts Culture Heritage

At Wavehill we:

  • Can work with you to develop a comprehensive evidence review of your project or programme. Our research and analysis work has impact that has successfully supported funding outcomes and policy direction.

  • We can combine our deep expertise in evaluating arts, culture, and heritage projects and programmes with knowledge drawn from expertise from across Wavehill. Our unique approach can enable greater insights and value-add to your project or programme.

Whether your project is local, or your programme is national (or international), success requires a combination of meeting funding requirements and building an evidence base to access future funding. It also requires that you demonstrate the value and wider impact of your programmes, projects and interventions for your stakeholders and project recipients alike. Working in partnership with Wavehill, you will be able to demonstrate the value-add of your work through our independent and robust approaches to research, evidence and evaluation.

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Citizens advice northumberland logo
Thriving together
Visit scotland logo
Film hub wales logo
"Wavehill have excellent project management processes and allow time to meet and discuss project progress and any issues with the client. They offer flexibility and the ability to consider adapting when project scope drifts slightly. The project team are professional, and knowledgeable - to quote one steering group member 'they really 'get' the policy area'. This particularly helped develop trust in the research and strengthen stakeholder engagement in support of the recommendations."
Senior Researcher, Welsh Government