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Helix Arts has a long history of working at the forefront of participatory arts metrics and is recognised as a leader in peer reflection and social policy.

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Helix Arts has a long history of working at the forefront of participatory arts metrics and is recognised as a leader in peer reflection and social policy. Our quality framework, known as Momentum, originated as an internal quality assurance system and has now developed into a 360-degree reflection process. It was also developed to address gaps in quality measurement/ metrics and became our Quality Framework for Participatory Arts.

Arts Council England describe us as having “an exemplary approach to self-evaluation” and an “innovative attitude to digital development” that makes us “lead practitioners in participatory art” with a demonstrable record of “positive impact on the wider participatory arts landscape.”

Our quality framework we work with other organisations to shape their own based on our own. Get in touch with Cheryl if you are interested in this consultancy offer.

Read or listen to more about our quality framework as part of Arts Council’s latest case studies.

We will be working hard to develop this offer in the future because we believe it is now time to consider the currency and relevance of our quality principles and use Momentum to sell our expertise.

Our director Cheryl talks more about our quality framework as part of Arts Council's latest case studies.

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