Neither party’s pledges offer much hope to organisations that actually produce art
“It’s a slow-motion crisis, the effects of which we’re just beginning to see.”
Many current offerings are sorely lacking in imagination
Creative industries show the way
If the price for government legitimation is the absorption of culture and its creativity by the economic, then it is too high
They can embrace what makes them unique
It’s not only a matter of cultural representation and basic fairness: it makes marketing and business sense.
Would they be lawful?
The story of the Blue Notes is inextricable from apartheid’s exiling of the musical imagination
Why we should invest more in our indie game creators