On International Women’s Day, guest blogger Jude Kelly – Director of Southbank Centre and WOW – Women of the World, a new festival celebrating and promoting women – gives us her independent viewpoint on the fight for equality.
In the latest instalment of the Bursary Blog, Lucie Sheppard fills us in on her placement at Siobhan Davies Dance and how it is giving her vital experience of working in an arts organisation and the chance to re-establish herself as a dancer.
Jo Morrison, Digital Projects Director at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, explains how her institution and the other colleges that make up the University of the Arts London are embracing the creative and cultural opportunities offered by next year’s Olympic Games in London.
Some of you may have read Watership Down, the children’s book by Richard Adams, which was published in the seventies, then made into an animated film in 1978, generating a No.1 hit single for Art Garfunkel, before going on to become one of those cultural icons – like the book and film Babe or the…
Harold Tillman, Chairman of the British Fashion Council, reflects on the success of London Fashion Week, its importance to the British and global fashion industries, and how the industry is working to address the challenges it faces.
Jordanne Whiley, world number ten women’s wheelchair tennis player on her story so far and her medal and legacy hopes for 2012.
Paul Durrant, Director of Business Development at the University of Abertay Dundee – an institution recently higlighted in an industry report as a leading light in computer games education – celebrates the 20th anniversary of the seminal computer game Lemmings and describes the university’s efforts to ensure the next generation of game developers have the…
In LGBT history month Herman Ouseley, chair of Kick It Out, explains how his organisation are tackling homophobia in football.
I was able to tell the media this week about the steady progress that has been made in delivering the Olympic and Paralympic Games this year at the Government’s London 2012 Annual Report press conference.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Heritage Lottery Fund. One of the original good causes when the Lottery was set up more than 16 years ago, it has been quietly going about its business and, with the bare minimum of fuss and kerfuffle, has been putting money into projects and programmes that have…