We have reached the limit for this program. If people who pre-registered do not show up, we will let others in, but we cannot guarantee entrance if you did not pre-register!
Evaluating programs and exhibits is invaluable and can lead to impactful experiences, increased participation and create buy-in from colleagues and stakeholders. Even though time is crunched and funds may be tight, you can learn to sustainably create and manage useful evaluation projects through practice designing, conducting, and analyzing data with low-cost, do-it-yourself evaluation methods. Then, begin developing strategies to test for the change, growth, or support your programs need. A diverse group of educators and evaluators from Bay Area Informal Education organizations will lead the workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to begin development of an evaluation of their choice with the support of the presenters and other workshop attendees. If you have a project that needs to be evaluated, bring some ideas and get started don your evaluation!
Following the workshop, join us for a tour of the Asian Art Museum's prototyping gallery. The museum is inviting visitors to test out and provide feedback on new interpretive experiences related to their permanent collection. The Tateuchi Gallery will be transformed into a prototyping lab, featuring mock-ups of new interpretive approaches for looking at and interacting with artworks. Visitors will be invited to try out these experiences and provide feedback to shape the future of the museum.
After the program ends at 5 pm, please join us for happy hour at The Beer Hall (www.thebeerhallsf.com), 1 Polk St.