Occupations and Professionalism in Art and Culture

Occupations in art and culture in a broad sense are many and heterogeneous

Convergence, Creative Industries and Civil Society

Towards a New Agenda for Cultural Policy and Cultural Studies

Enhancing Women’s Participation in Turkey through Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling workshop practice as a means to promote agency and self-expression

What got lost between ‘cultural’ and ‘creative’ industries

If the price for government legitimation is the absorption of culture and its creativity by the economic, then it is too high

Surrender to the Void: Life after Creative Industries

An extended review of Terry Flew’s The Creative Industries: Culture and Policy

Meaningful-Experience Creation and Event Management

A Post-Event Analysis of Copenhagen Carnival 2009

Good work? Scottish cultural workers’ narratives about working and living on islands

Beautiful landscapes, slower pace of life, know your neighbour, good place to raise children, and so on…

An/Aesth/Ethics: the ethical potential of design

What would it mean to truly design ethically?

David Wright on Understanding Cultural Taste

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