The following links may provide information and inspiration if you are considering using a creative or arts-based method within your evaluation.
Dr Roz Hall’s book (2005), contains a guide to Process Generated Evaluation working creatively with young people in participatory action research. Available from Cornerhouse Books.
Rigorous frameworks that use a storytelling / narrative approach (see also Creative Health CIC’s work with Stafford University for more links and resources.
This is a method of interview in visual sociology that uses visual images to elicit comments, which is helpful if you have both photo documentation and a lot of time to interview.
Not a creative approach in itself, social marketing often utilises the arts, such as in this engaging project, Sex and Drugs and Rock and Health, dedicated to using social marketing, entertainment and education to tackle health inequalities and promote health services.
Guidance on setting up and running singing for health groups for people with a range of enduring health issues (dementia, COPD, mental health and Parkinsons), published by the Sidney de Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health.
More information on a technique for creatively reflecting on the personal and social impact of an art work, created by Froggett et al (2014).