Social media means that it is not only the way that we communicate that has changed, it is the way that we can apply for funding. The diverse arts sector has long been held ransom by lacks. Lacks of resource, time and infrastructure. Social media however, goes someway to helping overcoming these barriers. So what […]
The arts sector will need to cut £11.6m from its budgets by 2015; Arts Council England who distribute arts and heritage funding, has already cuts its administration budgets by 50%; and today Marie Miller, the current Culture Secretary will be meeting with arts chiefs to warn that the Spending Review in June will likely deliver […]
So I’ve just seen the Radio 4’s new powerlist – and what do I see. NOBODY has curly hair. Women of the world, what’s wrong with the curl?
There is a small wood carved drum nestled within the heart of the British Museum’s Africa Galleries. Each time I see it, it takes my breath away, because it was made in America not Africa several hundred years ago, by an unnamed slave captive. I can only imagine that had the sculptor been caught making […]
Inclusive consultation I am engaged in a lovely piece of research for ROH (Bridge) and it struck me that inclusive consultation is something I just now – well do! So what is inclusive consultation is, how do you go about achieving it and what is the impact. For me, inclusive consultation is about engaging a […]