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Carien Meijer, Chief Executive of Drake Music, pays tribute to those who inspire her.
Linden Rowley interviews Christian Markandu about the priorities for his commissioning service and the opportunities for arts and cultural organisations of all sizes.
Chris Denton reflects on the career that has taken him all around the world, and finally back to London’s South Bank.
Zoe Dunbar, the new Director of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, takes us through the steps of her career path.
Independent dance producer and consultant Gwen Van Spijk reflects on those who have guided and inspired her.
Maria Balshaw describes the career in visual arts and academia that led her to become Director of the Whitworth and Manchester City Galleries.
As he prepares to open a new arts and learning centre, Leon Patel reflects on those that have helped and inspired him since the moment he picked up his first tambourine.
Paul Robinson reveals those that inspire his work, and why he might just be in love with Shami Chakrabarti.
Now she has left a-n, Susan Jones reflects on those who have helped her over the course of her career.
The new Executive Director of The Dukes in Lancaster, Ivan Wadeson, looks back on his career.
The new Managing Director of Sistema England, Fiona Cunningham, pays tribute to those who have inspired her over the course of her career.
As she takes the helm at Oxford Playhouse, Louise Chantal reflects on those who have inspired her career.
Artistic and Creative Director of Wales Millennium Centre, Graeme Farrow pays homage to those who have inspired him over the course of his career.
Following the launch of ‘Phenomenal People’, a project celebrating inspirational women, founders of Fuel Louise Blackwell & Kate McGrath name the women who have inspired their careers.
Phil Castang takes us through the steps of his career in the music world, which landed him at the helm of Bristol Plays Music.
Director of Half Moon Theatre for children and young people, Chris Elwell names those who have inspired him throughout his career.
Sara Pepper just landed her dream job as Director of Creative Economy at Cardiff University. She tells us what exactly she does and how she came to do it.
Sheila McGregor takes us through the steps of her career in the visual arts, which led her to the new frontier that is Axisweb.
Director of The Pleasance Theatre Trust, Anthony Alderson, looks back on a career that has taken him all around the globe.
As he prepares to leave Sage Gateshead after 15 years at the helm, Anthony Sargent reflects on his career and the people he’s worked with.