BRICK Conference 2018

21 – 22 February 2018
London

Early bird bookings for the final ever BRICK event, our London Conference ‘Learning for the Future: How to evaluate the impact of heritage projects’, are now open!

The BRICK programme will be coming to an end next Spring, and we’re wrapping up four successful years with a final conference on the theme of evaluation – a key element of any heritage project. The event will be split over two days, each with a slightly different focus:

Day 1    Evaluation: What is it and Why is it Important?
The first day will set the scene and provide an overview of evaluation and what it entails. This day will be essential for anyone looking to understand the significance of evaluating heritage projects.

Themes covered will include:
•    The Role and Anatomy of Evaluation
•    The Perspective of Funders
•    National and International Reflections 

Format: The day will consist of presentations, breakout sessions, panel discussions and case studies.

Day 2    Evaluation: Top Tips and Techniques
The second day will focus on how to prepare and deliver high quality evaluation within the heritage sector. This day will also feature an evaluation of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Catalyst Programme, including reflections on the BRICK Programme.

Themes covered will include:
•    The Big Five: Benchmarking, Monitoring, Reporting, Outcomes and Legacies
•    Process and Best Practice
•    HLF Catalyst Programme and BRICK: The Story

Format: The day will consist of presentations, breakout sessions, panel discussions and case studies.

We’re delighted to announce our first contributors:
  • Ros Kerslake OBE, Chief Executive, Heritage Lottery Fund 
  • Kion Ahadi, Head of Evaluation, Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Plus many more to be revealed soon!