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Issue 162: National Identity , Issue 162: Freelancing , Issue 162: Inspirations

  • National Identity, Freelancing, Inspirations

    28 Jan 2008

    Claire Drakeley considers the balance between creativity and business and the structures to support it.

    Whether we like it or not, we are charitable businesses. Or is that an oxymoron? In the current cultural climate, how do we match creative entrepreneurship with our business and charitable responsibilities? This delicate balance challenges all of us involved in strategic leadership and is often skewed by the very organisation trying to achieve it. Maintaining, supporting and developing the delicate balance between responsibility and risk is a core task of the board but, due to the complex... more

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    Tim Joss?s Inspiration series draws lessons in from beyond the arts. Here he discusses how architects have created a successful means of criticising and spurring each other on.

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    Philippa Berry shares some of her recent research, which uncovers the truth about the life of a freelance artist.

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    Chris Ricketts of Sherman Cymru explores the developing idea of national identity in Wales.

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    Although she?s shocked to realise that it?s 20 years since she started her own arts consultancy and cultural tours business, Sharon Kivity still loves almost every moment...

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    Mark Helyar reveals the heady mix of cultures and musics emanating from an office in the south of England.