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The Durham Commission on creative education has refocussed its priorities in light of Covid-19, saying success depends on bridging the digital divide.
A new cross-continent cultural leadership programme provides a unique opportunity for artists and creative professionals to collaborate. Sophina Jagot tells the story.
Caitlin Warfield writes that the future of culture and business in urban centres depends on their ability to work together.
Sam Wilkinson and Rosie Murdoch explain how a speed dating approach to partnerships led to artworks and outcomes beyond their expectations.
Fran Sanderson says building back better means looking beyond what – and who – we know in funding to demonstrate the irrepressible worth of human creativity.
The Audience Agency shares its experience of the pains and gains of collaboration and partnership working.
When we foster collaboration between the arts and research, we unlock untold benefits for professionals in both sectors, Christopher Smith writes.
Lord Alan Howarth reflects on a journey in arts and healthcare that has a promising future.
Erica Ramsay, Geraldine Montgomerie and Holly Dannhauser explore the challenges faced by a local arts in health network – and how they mirror the hurdles for this work nationally.
Making digital connections to create immersive work played to all our strengths, Sarah Ellis writes.
Europe’s largest ethnic minority is perhaps the most marginalised in the arts. Carl Woodward says addressing this means changing our ideas of access and inclusion in post-pandemic theatre.
Performers and providers often treat young children as a passive audience. Dr Angela Pickard says they can actively create and engage – and give feedback too.
Hull’s leaders want to build a ‘collective legacy’ for its City of Culture year. Victoria Bissett and Michael Howcroft say their success depends on rebuilding trust amid a culture of anger, secrecy and fear.
Can a regional theatre make money from online productions? Kelly Johnson says you have to weigh your options and ask for help.
Covid-19 has proved that what worked back then won’t work now. Patrick Towell says true innovation requires attention, collaboration, and a sense for ideas that can be scaled up for success.
The theatre industry needed a champion in a time of crisis. National Theatre Scotland answered the call and it’s not turning back, writes Jackie Wylie.
The "ambitious and forward-thinking" document will be the cornerstone of a bid for UK City of Culture 2025.
Long-distance relationships needn’t limit ambition. Sarah Fisher, Ying Kwok and Lindsay Taylor describe a sustainable approach to sharing the physical and digital demands of curation.
The UK desk of the European Union programme will close in March as funding is focussed on the pandemic response.
As we say good riddance to 2020, Liz Hill takes a glass-half-full look at progress in the cultural sector this year, and what the year ahead might hold.