Published by the Local Government Association in 2008, this is an official strategy document commissioned by the DCMS under the New Labour administration. It encourages local government working with local partners to improve quality of life, and improve delivery of cultural and sport services to local people.
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John Holden, writing in 2008, asks what ‘cultural democracy’ might look like, if we had it, and begins by addressing what ‘culture’ means today.
Important at-the-time DCMS document explaining its developing thinking about the creative industries environment and policy.
Outlines Museum, Libraries and Archive Council proposals for five projects which contributed to the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
Participation data for 2005-2006.
Published by Arts Council England in 2006, outlines the positive contribution that the arts can make to children and young people. Aimed to bring greater understanding of how the arts could help to achieve the outcomes of the New Labour government agendas of Every Child Matters and Youth Matters.
Assesses the scale of arts festival activity in Yorkshire in 2006, and development needs of the sector as indicated through analysis of case studies.
Describes three different prototypes that created new interpretation and visitor interaction.
Part of the 2005-06 Future forecast series, marking a-n’s 25th anniversary, Social space addresses dynamics and divergences within artists’ practice in the social realm.
This report examines how young people on Detention and Training Orders could access, participate and progress in the arts. Researched by Nottingham Trent University, and published by Arts Council England in 2005, this is part of the body of research exploring the role of arts within New Labour Social Inclusion policy.
Strengthens the evidence base for the effectiveness of the arts within criminal justice by providing a clear account of evidence and theory base for the sector as of 2005; includes visual arts and film section.
The economic and social impact of cultural festivals in the East Midlands of England in 2002.
Key findings from 2003 audience research document, commissioned by ACE from the Office of National Statistics
Presents findings of research on social inclusion in the arts.
Executive summary of findings of survey carried out by the Office for National Statistics, presenting information on attendance, participation and attitudes to the arts and culture among Black and minority ethnic adults in England.
Reflects on engagement between artists and participants during the Artists in Sites for Learning scheme.
Academic report evaluating the impact of 14 different projects working within the social inclusion field.