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The Bloomsbury Festival in a Box outreach scheme is tackling cultural exclusion, reports Cathy Mager.
Improvements in physical access for disabled people have not been matched by better strategies to attract audiences, says new report.
Tony Heaton reflects on how far we have come to make arts buildings accessible to all.
How can we make sure that physical access improvements remain a priority despite current economic constraints? David Bonnett has some suggestions.
A combination of technologies offers travellers the opportunity to book tickets for events at the same time as they book their travel arrangements. Bart van Schriek explains how.
A new online knowledge bank combines information and guidance on bringing art and audiences together. Pam Pfrommer gives the background to the initiative.
Will there be a mismatch between the vision articulated in the Henley Review of Cultural Learning and the strategies for making it a reality? Sam Cairns examines the evidence so far.
Suzanne Bull makes the case for disabled access to be at the heart of music venues’ strategic plans – not an afterthought
Jenny Taylor shares Shape’s vision for disabled people to participate fully in the arts and cultural sector, and looks at the potential barriers to this
Anne Bonnar looks at what each of the main parties is promising for Scotland’s arts after the election
James Evans considers the value of research and of having that research at your fingertips
Ruth Stevenson and Hannah Biggs explore how to make the arts more accessible for people with mental health problems
Doug Bott explains how one company is working to remove some of the obstacles that disabled people face when trying to participate in music
Mark Atterbury offers advice on how best to reach disabled and deaf people online.