This two-part workshop will explore measuring impact and change achieved through inclusive programs by exploring motivations, imagined futures, and risk assessments. We will begin exploring the theory and then analyze a case study to work together and see, during the practical session, how to apply some of these ideas to measure impact and change achieved, as well as how to report on them to achieve transparency and advocate for the further development and promotion of inclusive practices.
Rachael Minott is a Jamaican-born artist, curator, and researcher. She is currently Inclusion and Change Manager at the National Archives and trustee of the Museum of Homelessness. Researcher and co-curator of the exhibitions The Past is Now: Birmingham and the British Empire (2017), Within and Without: Body Image and the Self (2018) with Birmingham Museums Trust. As an artist, she has exhibited in the 4th Ghetto Biennale in Port au Prince, Haiti (2015) and the Jamaica Biennial (2017) and held her solo show Thinking about Jamaica at Willesden Gallery, London (2019).