How can we evaluate creation and listening processes in sound and radio art

Assessment methodologies with practical examples of sound and radio artworks for children and students

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Evaluation is the least liked, yet necessary step in all modern projects, as a way for project teams to understand the experiences and outcomes from the project, and use that in future activities.
Evaluation typically uses questions which help rationalize experiences and somehow quantify the results.
In the field of art, however, it is difficult to quantify and measure the achievement in any of the processes – creation, reception, learning – as the experiences which are evaluated move beyond pure reasoning.
In our project, we strive to make a contribution to the question of evaluating artistic processes, by asking:

How can we evaluate creative and scientific processes in production of sound and radio art?

Evaluation of radiophonic plays for the youngest

Katarina Habe, Katarina Zadnik and Katarina Kompan Erzar, University of Ljubljana, (SLO)

Audibility: evaluation of an artwork as an assemblage of materials, concepts, and relations

musicologist and sound artist Dana Papachristou, social anthropologist Yorgos Samantas

Game-based evaluation

Evaluation devoted to making audio art with children as performers