Demos publication that explores the two perspectives on the Creative Industries in 2011. While acknowledged as a strong economic growth sector, there is simultaneously a perception that business risks for creative industries are greater than those for other sectors.
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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?
Collection of essays by well-known arts leaders and thinkers on what it means for cultural policy if we are to lead “an expressive life.”
John Holden, writing in 2008, asks what ‘cultural democracy’ might look like, if we had it, and begins by addressing what ‘culture’ means today.
2007 Demos report that explores the relationship between publicly-funded culture and the creative industries.
Demos document that argues that, more than ever before, culture has a vital role to play in international relations.
Paper contributing to the debate about what quality and values in children and young
people’s cultural production actually means. Written with Creative Partnerships Newcastle as a research partner.
Argues that Government support for the Creative Industries is based on traditional models and is not fit for purpose for the new model creative economy.