Partner: Dynamo Camp –
Sector: Research –
Country: Italy –
Place: Limestre (Pistoia) –
Year: 2017-2018 –
Project Status: Concluded –
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Evaluation of the impact of Dynamo Art Factory on children and young people affected by serious pathologies.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To identify the change and its intensity with regard to the cultural aspects particularly of contemporary art and to the psychosocial elements that an artistic workshop can help to bring out in a growing person, on the basis of a set of qualitative-quantitative criteria.
The project involves evaluating the impact of Dynamo Art Factory, which has been supported by AMI and AMG since 2016, on the beneficiaries, starting from the Theory of Change. The evaluation is carried out by means of a qualitative-quantitative analysis using questionnaires distributed among the various stakeholders, namely children and adolescents with various pathologies, participating parents and artists who carry out the interventions in the Art Factory sessions (8 week-long sessions during the period April-September 2017).
The analysis aims to intercept the change both from a cultural and from a social standpoint, as well as in terms of overall wellbeing, looking particularly at changes in the young people’s perception and appreciation of contemporary art; accessibility in respect of means of artistic expression; and the connection with their own creative potential.
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