In the fourth episode of our monthly podcast Arlene Goldbard and I talk about how community art is funded in
The pandemic has caused all sorts of trouble to the Traction project, as it has to everything and everyone, everywhere.
Tony Stacey is Chief Executive of South Yorkshire Housing Association, which provides over 4,000 homes in Sheffield and the wider region.
Many people have written about evaluating the outcomes of participation in the arts, especially in the past 20 years as
I am looking up at the third floor window of number 36 – smaller than the windows below. We know there is a window seat inside. It’s where the midwife sat, almost 18 years ago, as our daughter Hannah gave birth to Rosa May, her second child, at 6am on a clear spring morning.
Following yesterday’s post, here is Sajida Carr‘s presentation to ADESTE+. Following on from Francois talk there have aeons of activities
If you’ve read some of the material published on this site, I hope you’ll understand why I describe participatory
Bridget Lambert has spent the summer painting a tribute to Dolores O’Riordan with children in rural Limerick. The singer, who
Ed Carroll and Vita Gelūnienė live in Kaunas (Lithuania) where they have been exploring ways of creating community art for
David Cutler, the Director of the Baring Foundation (of which I’m a trustee) has been reflecting on the strength of