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David Wright on Understanding Cultural Taste

David Wright teaches in the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at the University of Warwick.

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David Arditi on The Ideology of Getting Signed

David Arditi is Professor of Sociology with University of Texas at Arlington

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Fiona Drummond on Rural South Africa

Fiona Drummond is an economic geographer completing a PhD with the Digital Media Research Centre at Queensland University of Technology.

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Lena Nahlous on Diversity Arts Australia

Lena has over 20 years’ experience in arts, cultural and media organisations, and has managed screen and digital media–based initiatives

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Michael Rushton on Arts Economics

Michael Rushton is with the Arts Administration programs at Indiana University in Bloomington.

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Rajinder Dudrah on Indian Cinema

“It’s a very plural, multicultural and rich way of telling stories…”

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Design and repair must work together to undo our legacy of waste

Repair, where possible, cleans up the mess left by design

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Opera is stuck in a racist, sexist past, while many in the audience have moved on

Companies need to find a way forward that doesn’t alienate either traditionalists or the younger, more socially-minded generation

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Women filmmakers failed by EU’s €820m film fund

Only 16% of MEDIA-funded films have a female director

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The hypothesis of cultural third places

An omen of new forms of producing and disseminating knowledge?

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How artistic expression is being stifled in East Africa

Governments in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda are attempting to muzzle the voices of everyone in the expressive space

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Revitalization Of Creative Industries And City Branding

Competitiveness And Productivity In Knitted Industry Perspective

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What We Talk about When We Talk about “The Market”

Conceptual Contestation in Contemporary Media Policy Research

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Analysis of Potential Creative Industries for People with Disabilities in Special Region of Yogyakarta

This study aims to determine the potential of creative industries for people with disabilities in Yogyakarta

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Location determinants of creative industries’ firms in Spain

Traditional approaches only provide a partial explanation of the determinants that might affect creative industries

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Fleece Painting

Paul Emmanuel’s paintings use sheared fleece, sourced from local upland flocks

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ROMA BANTIK.

The world of the Ural calligrapher Roma Bantik.

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The Old Stile Press

Working with artists to produce fine books, printed by hand.

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The Red & Blue – 100 years of the Rietveld Slat Chair

“When I sit, I do not want to sit like my seat-flesh likes…”

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Dear, Dreamer

A lyrical portrait of the life and work of rising literary star Jason Reynolds

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Hearing Silence

What does a classical musician do when she starts losing her hearing?

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