Just published: Evaluation summary of programme supporting collaboration between artists and museums

'Good Money’ (2015) Poolman and Rowe. A collaboration with Soho House, Birmingham as part of New Expressions 3. The contemporary Handworth visionaries pictured are Mykal Brown, Merrise Crooks-Bishton and Bhai Ji Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia. More on this project and others from New Expressions 3: http://www.newexpressions.org/Events/

‘Good Money’ (2015) Poolman and Rowe. A collaboration with Soho House, Birmingham as part of New Expressions 3. The contemporary Handworth visionaries pictured are Mykal Brown, Merrise Crooks-Bishton and Bhai Ji Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia. More on this project and others from New Expressions 3: http://www.newexpressions.org/Events/ Image courtesy Birmingham Museums Trust and New Expressions

New Expressions has just published the executive summary of my evaluation report on New Expressions 3, the third phase of a programme promoting creative collaboration between contemporary artists and museums.

For the first time, New Expressions 3 was national in its reach and tested some new ways of working, including a mechanism to enable contemporary artists to initiate their own collaborations with heritage partners.

The executive summary can be downloaded from the New Expressions website via this link:

Executive summary

More information about the creative collaborations in New Expressions 3: www.newexpressions.org/Events/

New Expressions is led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery and delivered with its partners: the network of Arts Council Major Partner Museums, The National Trust and the Contemporary Visual Arts Network.

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and The National Lottery.