Although you may not know it, 2009 has been designated European Year of Creativity and Innovation in recognition that Europe needs to boost its capacity for creativity and innovation, both for social and economic reasons.
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Maps opportunities and barriers facing the African, Caribbean and Asian visual arts sector.
Sonya Dyer’s publication questions assumptions about non-white artists, curators and administrators that shape the current diversity landscape, and suggests alternative ways forward.
Sonya Dyer’s publication questions assumptions about non-white artists, curators and administrators that shape the current diversity landscape, and suggests alternative ways forward. Pdf laserprint quality version of a-n Research paper: Boxed in [size 2.5MB]. Requires pdf reader.
As I was chaperoned around the 8th Sharjah Biennial: Art, Ecology and the Politics of Change, the Emirate reminded me of Phoenix Arizona, but instead of US patriotism pervading, Islam sits relaxingly alongside the logos of KFC, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King, Pizza Hut, shopping malls and building construction.
From an application of over 115, seventeen projects will receive funding for networking programmes designed to develop future and emerging cultural leaders.
Data on employment conditions and diversity in contemporary visual arts organisations, with comparators to theatre, broadcasting and media, and visual arts in Germany. Published 2005.
ARC: Artists Resource Centre at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, is to launch ARC+ scheme this month. Through a programme of surgeries, seminars, critique groups and access to practical information and research facilities over the last two years, ARC has developed a […]
The first meeting of an Advisory group to steer Arts Council England's major review of the Presentation of Contemporary Visual Arts took place in April. The review intends to make the case for increasing funds for visual arts in the […]
Winners of the decibel visual arts awards, aimed at black and Asian artists, and curators, were announced in March.
Nisha Duggal reports from A Free State, the recent culmination of decibel, Arts Council England’s cultural diversity profiling initiative.
Published by Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at Warwick University in 2004. Examines theoretical and practical issues related to ‘decentralisation’ in cultural policy in England.
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.
Critical debate and artists’ awards form part of the Decibel programme, running until May 2004. Arts Council England has allocated £5m to the Decibel initiative, designed to create a long-term impact on the profile and support of culturally diverse arts […]
Promoting cultural diversity has become a policy priority for arts organisations, yet it is rarely questioned or criticised. Does cultural diversity policy challenge discrimination and broaden the arts scene, or risk politicising the arts at the expense of equality and […]
In June, Black, Asian and Chinese arts were given a significant boost from lottery funds as the Arts Council of England (ACE) announced that £29 million of the £90 million allocated to the Arts Capital Programme will go to Black, […]