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Neil Nisbet says tweeting links to petitions is a poor substitute for consistent participation by the dance sector in discussions about the profession and culture in general.
Oonagh Murphy’s research into how museums are engaging digitally with their audiences took her to New York. Here she reports on what she saw.
Rich Hadley reflects on the relationships between artists and their public.
Andrew McIntyre outlines a new approach to exploring cultural engagement which provides an insight into people’s behaviour – and how to change it.
Boo Chapple has been courting a creative community online
Evaluating un-ticketed events in ways which are meaningful and sustainable is a challenge that Anne Torreggiani has faced on many occasions. She reflects on her experiences
Jenny Secker on introductory arts courses for people with mental health problems.
David Brownlee on our audience development story
Six years of audience development work has not upped engagement levels
Liz Hill argues that now is not the time to put our heads in the sand about the impact of audience development activity in the arts
Toby Lowe considers the role that participatory arts can play in social inclusion
Sarah Perks argues that the value of education and engagement programmes cannot be overlooked when cuts are being made
Videogaming has moved from teenage bedrooms to cultural spaces, says Tracey McGarrigan, but what can artists really learn from their computer consoles?