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Issue 169: Digital Arts , Issue 169: Consultation

  • Digital Arts, Consultation

    05 May 2008

    It is becoming ever more fascinating to see how the different nations of the UK are developing their relationships with the arts and the creative industries. For Arts Council England (ACE), the McMaster Report is still the word of the lord. The new ACE report on audiences in England, which contains much fascinating detail and analysis courtesy of some very brainy Oxford University sociologists, clings to McMaster’s dictum that ‘to be excellent, the arts must be relevant’. Sadly, the concept... more

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