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Jun
11

THE NEED FOR ROBUST CRITIQUE OF RESEARCH ON THE SOCIAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS OF THE ARTS (CLIFT, PHILLIPS & PRITCHARD, 2021): SUPPLEMENTARY TABLES

Stephen Clift, Kate Phillips and I have just had our article The need for robust critique of research on the social and health impacts of the arts published in Cultural Trends.  You

Jun
10

CULTURAL DEMOCRACY, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & THE OLD/NEW NORMAL

This is the film of my talk at Imagine Belfast in March 2021. It includes a really interesting Q&A. I posted the transcript of the talk here. Apologies for the

Mar
30

RE-ENCHANTING OUR ART, CULTURES AND EVERYDAY LIVES

This is the transcript of my talk entitled Cultural Democracy, Community Development and the Old/New Normal which I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to present at the

Mar
10

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT PRIVATISATION (GUEST BLOG)

A GUEST BLOG BY DR FRANCES WILLIAMS This guest post by Dr Frances Williams argues that the field of Arts in Health needs safe spaces and new platforms for critical

Jan
25

D.I.T (Do it Together) & POST TRAUMATIC COLLECTIVES

This is a repost (with permission) of Martyn Reed’s powerful recent post on Facebook. Reflecting at first upon Nuart’s recent struggle with Stavanger authorities to overturn a decision to significantly

Nov
17

THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE: THE FUTURE IS STILL SELF-ORGANISED (TINA 3.0)

  In 2005, three artists, Stephan Dillemuth, and Jakob Jakobsen, wrote There Is No Alternative: The Future is Self-Organised (TINA1). They went on to issue a second call in 2012

Nov
06

TIME FOR ARTISTS’ MUTUAL AID?

Having recently launched Artists’ Mutual Aid UK, I am reposting my article from this summer written for Freedom Press. Please feel free to join Artists’ Mutual Aid UK here and

Oct
28

WORKING WITH RAYMOND WILLIAMS TO TRANSFORM THE ARTS AND CULTURAL “SECTOR” (GUEST BLOG)

This new guest post by Nick Mahony, Stephanie Bolt and Russell Todd, argues that the people excluded by “arts and culture” in the UK are the same people who are

Oct
02

THE MYTH OF “TRANSFORMATIVE” ART AND THE REALITY OF ART AS PART OF EVERYDAY LIFE – GUEST BLOG

I am really pleased to be able to share this extremely powerful, thought-provoking guest blog by Rosie Priest. It’s a personal account of how art can be part of everyday

Sep
18

A PERFECT SOCIAL ORDER OF ZOMBIES: PLACE SHAPING AND SOCIAL CAPITAL SIGNALS THE RETURN OF THE CREATIVE CLASS LIVING DEAD

  Why have Arts Council England (ACE) published data and a report about how culture can, apparently, help regenerate high streets now? Particularly given that the report does not even

Aug
14

REWILDING THE ARTS

This is my take on what rewilding the arts means to me. I wrote this for Rewild the Arts . The original can be found here.     The nation

Jul
27

TIME FOR ARTISTS’ MUTUAL AID?

Perhaps, it’s time for artists to learn from the COVID-19 Mutual Aid groups that are self-organising and self-seeding across the UK and the globe? Imagine if artists set up local

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2 days ago
Watching Xanadu.

I'm talking about our cultural pleasure domes – our glass castles & concrete cathedrals of cultural power – in our own image, without thought or care for those already there at Museums, Cities, Cultural Power Symposium on Fri 25th June.

https://t.co/qakUPycP4l https://t.co/a7jzergOTi
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1 week ago
Have a listen to my contribution to the @CreativeCityC19 Dundee panel. I argue #COVID19 has opened gaps in which the city's outmoded Creative City & culture-led regeneration model can be replaced by support equitable cultural development for everyone.

https://t.co/2Gwpn0KPEs https://t.co/7OCofJWUPP
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2 weeks ago
Download the supplementary tables that accompany the recent @CulturalTrends_ article "The need for robust critique of research on the social and health impacts of the arts" by @StephenClift @KJP_Research and me from this link on my website.

https://t.co/5vW1yjkKLA https://t.co/FhlMyQdKoz
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2 weeks ago
Watch my talk "Cultural Democracy, Community Development & the Old/New Normal" from @ImagineBelfast in March 2021 on my website.

It's a 30 minute digital spoken word and film performance with a 30 minute Q&A at the end.

https://t.co/hzmNvO6MgZ https://t.co/Gy6rZkv0Pn
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2 weeks ago
Arts & health "must rely on rigorous systematic reviews involving careful quality assessment...quantitative & qualitative studies...[inc] participant involvement, the role of artists & the artistic process".

New paper by @StephenClift
@KJP_Research & me.

https://t.co/Eq3xr3k16r https://t.co/xHGyOppvbY
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