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Action plan to boost diversity on- and off-screen is “a really positive small step forward” but is using “an old model that doesn't work” says Lenny Henry.
With Tech City dwindling in the rearview mirror, Toks Majek-Akisanya sets his SatNav for a 'Non Tech City' where the action is centred around the creative industries.
Laura Coleman explains why she went ahead and set up an arts organisation to explore environmental art, despite the advice of many people.
Gavin Barlow and Clare Connor argue that arts centres occupy an important place in our cultural, artistic and social life.
Jonothan Neelands warns that although creativity and cultural vibrancy are part of our shared DNA, the flourishing Creative Industries will wither unless attention is paid to their delicate root system which relies on public subsidy to survive.
Jenny Williams is looking forward to the day when our national cultural institutions are led by a beautiful diversity of people across age, gender and culture.
Jenny Williams suggests some questions the arts sector should be asking in response to the 2011 Census findings relating to ethnicity/identity and migration.
Businesses where people look, sound and think the same are playing a high risk game, says Mark Robinson
Clarie Middleton says achieving diversity needs a holistic approach
Emma Dolman describes the diversity of the Black Rhythm exhibition held as part of Black History month
Jenny Williams says it’s time to stop ‘parachuting in’ arts projects to diverse communities and instead to support those communities to take the lead
Tony Panayiotou looks at what the ACE’s new policy will do to increase diversity in the arts
A diverse board can be of great benefit to an organisation. Charlotte Jones highlights the importance of having board members from different backgrounds
Organisations’ shortcomings contribute to Arts Council England dilemmas over funding diversity