This book examines the history, ethics and intentions of staging people's personal stories and offers a 'spiral model' to support safe and ethical practice. Clark Baim, 2020
Although published by US National Organisation for Arts and Health this has real value for practitioners outside the states. 2018.
This book explores a range of contemporary performance practices (with a focus on participatory theatre) that engage spectators physically and emotionally through active engagement and critical involvement. Alice O'Grady (ed), 2017
This report reflects on the learning and emerging themes from Gulbenkian funded arts projects based on partnerships between arts organisations and social partners. This is the first report in a suite of resources which can be accessed here. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2016
Coming out of Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme, this report offers some valuable provocations and learning around community engaged arts practice. Useful thinking for any participatory/collaborative artists. Mark Robinson, 2016
This report comes out of extensive research into the civic role of arts organisations across the UK today. It draws out principles, asks questions and gives case studies. For resources from the enquiry look here. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 2017