The public debate that was never ours

10 Sep 2012

Susan Oman says the measures for assessing national wellbeing will be irrelevant before we even begin measuring

Endings and beginnings

10 Sep 2012

It's time for some changes, says Liz Hill

A slice of the cake

23 Jul 2012

Chrissie Tiller reflects on two occasions recently when she held stakes and took part

Dam busters

23 Jul 2012

Just giving? It ain’t that easy, says Liz Hill.

A different agenda…

23 Jul 2012

Viram Jasani sees ACE’s rejection of the Asian Music Circuit’s NPO bid (AP255) as symptomatic of its ambivalence towards race equality and diversity

The art of inclusion

02 Jul 2012

Mindee Hutchinson highlights the importance of social nurturing when running arts activities with young people

Weakly waged

02 Jul 2012

As arts organisations endure the knock-on effects of funding cuts, Lise Smith discusses the potential risks of skimping on salaries

Where size doesn’t count...

02 Jul 2012

Being well-endowed isn’t necessarily a good thing, argues Liz Hill

The creativity gap

11 Jun 2012

Greg Klerkx explains how the legacy of Creative Partnerships is being carried on

Making waves

11 Jun 2012

Liz Hill on why people power is good for the sector

Warning signals

11 Jun 2012

Charlotte Jones raises questions about Arts Council England’s recent choice of projects to receive its Strategic Touring funds

Wellbeing behind bars

21 May 2012

Dr Alan Clarke shares what he has learnt from a career running arts projects in prisons across Europe

The Artist as Social Entrepreneur

21 May 2012

Ben Irvine looks to Bob Dylan to make the case for why we should make ethics more economical and the economy more ethical

13 Hours: lucky for some

21 May 2012

William Wong asks what can the arts do more of and differently to encourage mindfulness?

Practice what you preach?

21 May 2012

Hannah Hull discusses the paradox of being an arts and wellbeing advocate

When you hear their voice

21 May 2012

Bruce Wall gives a personal account of a prison-based theatre project in Malta that turned into a sell-out show

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