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Jane Greenfield, Director of Home Live Art, shares the details of her career in dance, landscape and heritage, and the benefits of daring to be different.
As he opens Black Cultural Archives' new Heritage Centre, Director Paul Reid reflects upon those who have inspired him throughout his life and career.
Bec Fearon, Head of Engagement at the Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, reveals the people who have inspired her most throughout her career.
As he takes the helm at the House of Illustration, Colin McKenzie reflects on his career, which started with him becoming the first ever male secretary at the Barbican Centre.
Chris Taylor charts her career from a drama youth worker to Director of New Writing South.
Lindsey Cook explains why – having already racked up eight years in marketing at mac birmingham – she couldn’t resist returning.
Emily Stubbs of The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment tells us who has inspired her throughout her career in arts fundraising.
Jonathan Manners takes us through the career steps that led him to be Chief Executive of the Academy of Ancient Music.
Fern Potter takes us through her career, from setting up her own New York dance company to raising millions of pounds for dance in the UK.
Artistic Director of Jacksons Lane, Adrian Berry names those who have inspired him throughout his career.
Director of Craftspace Deirdre Figueiredo names those who have inspired her throughout her career.
Writer, consultant and director Maria Oshodi shares the steps of her career path.
Susie Hall takes us through the steps of her career, joining her twin passions: children and the arts.
Jenny Harris, a freelance creative producer, describes her career in music and arts festivals.
Emma Anderson, the first Director of The Atkinson in Southport, names the women who have inspired her most.
Suba Das, Curve’s Associate Director of Community Engagement, tells us about his gurus.
Ruth Gould found her mojo on her journey through the arts into disability cultures and activism, to her current role at DaDaFest.
Purni Morell, Artistic Director of the Unicorn, a theatre for young people, names her most inspiring gurus.
Mary Cloake, Chief Executive of the Bluecoat in Liverpool, takes a moment to reflect on her career in the arts.
Jeremy Herrin, Artistic Director of Headlong, explains who has inspired him most.