Art and Architecture
Community and Regeneration
Arts and Health

Ham House 'Garden of Reason' Project, 2012
British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), 2009
Public Art Policy and Strategy
Visual Arts Plans & Reports

Ham House 'Garden of Reason' Project, 2012
This report, written with colleague Penny Jones, evaluated the audience response to the Garden of Reason Contemporary Art Commissions Programme and Interaction Programme at National Trust property Ham House and Garden. Garden of Reason was one of several Trust New Art projects devised to connect more people to NT sites through contemporary art and craft.
Client: National Trust

British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), 2009
Frances was appointed by Stoke City Council to evaluate the inaugural British Ceramics Biennial (BCB). BCB is the UK’s only festival to celebrate, showcase and support the breadth of contemporary ceramics. The festival offered the public an international programme of residencies, commissions, awards and events throughout the six towns that comprise Stoke. The Festival aimed to raise the profile of the Stoke potteries industry and the evaluation made recommendations for future developments and partnerships.