Everyday people in positions of power make decisions that create barriers to inclusive engagement. Will you commit to fighting for inclusive practice as non-negotiable?
Wadwell Wanders: A Blog
For one more evening with Katherine Knight
This Women’s History Month, I pay tribute to historian, mentor and friend, Katherine Knight. She was always generous with her knowledge, so here are five things I learned from her.
Three ways to change up community engagement in 2020
When you try to speak to everyone you end up speaking to no one in particular. How will you disrupt your engagement practice?
What does gender equity need right now? Theoretical insights or a robust solution-focused discussion?
‘The Power of Hope’ anything but hopeful
With a title like ‘The Power of Hope or: how community, love and compassion can change our world’ it is hard to believe that Kon Karapanagiotidis’s memoir could be a disappointment.
Why I stopped working in the cultural and creative industries.
I feared that I was losing myself, only to realise that I was discovering a part I never knew existed.
Review: The Price of Profit
Will your favourite brands survive in CSR 2.0?
An interview with Thomas Quayle
They had grown up only two suburbs apart, both commuted to the city for university and somehow Natalie and Thomas never crossed paths. With a distant appreciation for his work, in 2016, Natalie conducted an interview with artist, Thomas Quayle.
The arts needs to start seriously engaging with the New Work Order
What we are currently hearing and reading is a superficial ‘do not fear the robots’ message. What we really need to look at is the overall employment conditions.
Shedding light on cultural frameworks for prosperous economic strategy
Building a sense of pride in place and connectivity in residents should resound throughout the year, with festivals merely an opportunity to facilitate the coming together of communities.