Anton Howes on the Royal Society of Arts

Anton Howes is historian in residence at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

Oliver Double on Alternative Comedy: 1979 and the Reinvention of British Stand-Up

Oliver Double is a former professional comedian who is now a Reader in Drama at the University of Kent.

Suzanne Marchand on Porcelain: A History from the Heart of Europe

Suzanne L. Marchand is an American intellectual and cultural historian of modern Europe.

Creative industries, spatial contrasts and urban governance in Madrid

Madrid is still far from building a competitive creative metropolitan region

Tory and Labour cultural policies leave arts organisations squeezed

Neither party’s pledges offer much hope to organisations that actually produce art

Creative Clusters in the Czech Republic

Strategy for Local Development or Fashionable Concept?

Does gentrification of the Praga Północ district in Warsaw really exist?

The district is considered a classic example of gentrification

Meaningful-Experience Creation and Event Management

A Post-Event Analysis of Copenhagen Carnival 2009