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Research Participation

Culture shock

Joint Demos and CASE (Culture and Sport Evidence Programme) fellowship essay examining evidence in relation to public participation in culture and sport. Addresses the question: why should the state get involved in culture, and if it should, how?

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Research Cultural value

A new landscape for the arts

The Conservative Party’s “Arts Task Force”’ submission to The Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Produced in 2007, the Task Force was Chaired by Sir John Tusa.

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Outcomes and issues
Research Working practice

Outcomes and issues: An appetite for change in the visual arts

Summary of the 2005–06 Future forecast programme, marking a-n’s 25th anniversary, presenting an overview of a comprehensive enquiry into the conditions of art production in the UK. The introduction contextualises the evidence within the current social and cultural climate, with the final section setting out a series of measures across five key areas that will enhance artists’ developments.

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Research Working practice

Fees and payments for artists

In 2004, a-n commissioned a team from University of Newcastle to undertake research into context, attitudes and approaches to paying artists for their skills and services.

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Research Cultural value

Capturing cultural value – how culture has become a tool of government policy

In June 2004, Tessa Jowell, then Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, published a personal essay called Government and the Value of Culture, in which she asked, ‘How, in going beyond targets, can we best capture the value of culture?’ This document responds to Jowell’s essay, proposing a wholesale reshaping of the public funding of culture.

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