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March 15, 2018

Evaluating outcomes: How to use ‘Capturing Magic’

A Practical Guide to using NYCI’s ‘Capturing Magic’ – a tool for evaluating outcomes in youth arts projects in line with the National Quality Standards Framework […]
February 13, 2018
YOUTH ARTS

Capturing Magic: A Tool for Evaluating Outcomes in Youth Arts Projects

This resource will help you measure the outcomes of your youth arts project. This set of scales is specially designed to provide a series of observable behaviours in a group of young people taking part in an arts project.

June 28, 2016

Where do I start with getting a Youth Exchange going?

So, maybe you’ve heard about Erasmus+ and think international activities would be a good thing for you and your youth group to get involved in. Or […]
June 15, 2016

Getting International Arts in Action with Erasmus+!

This year we in Léargas celebrate 30 years of managing international programmes on behalf of the European Commission and the Irish Government, including the Erasmus+ Youth […]
August 18, 2015

Creativity, Resilience and Global Citizenship

In January of this year my colleague Nora Furlong and I hosted a programme in CIT Crawford College of Art and Design in collaboration with Youth […]
July 30, 2015

Taking Time to Reflect

In this blog, Jessica Carson shares some of the questions she uses to reflect on her work, what motivates and inspires her, and how to decide […]
March 2, 2015

Making a Great Impression

In this blog, Anne O’Gorman, Senior Project Officer for Youth Arts in NYCI, shares her thoughts on funding applications based on her experience with the Artist […]
December 12, 2014

In Art, Small Differences Can Have Large Effects

What can a new U2 album teach us about the purpose of Art? In this, our first blog responding to Eliiot Eisner’s “Lessons”, playwright and acknowledged […]
November 12, 2014

A Youth Perspective

Our third blog in the international exchange series, sees brothers and film makers, Cian and Jack Desmond, talking exchanges, the Give+Take programme and even the odd […]
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