GUEST BLOG JULY 2019 By Nicola Naismith: If the arts are positive for participants so too should they be for the creative practitioners delivering them.

GUEST BLOG JULY 2019 By Nicola Naismith: If the arts are positive for participants so too should they be for the creative practitioners delivering them.

Reflecting on her recent research report Artists Practising Well Nicola Naismith, Visual Artist and Clore Fellow, considers how inconsistencies in affective support for creative practitioners working in health and wellbeing settings can be addressed to protect the health of artists and contribute to the best quality practice for participants.

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Guest blog May 2019 by Paul Hobson: Public galleries and the democratic deficit

Guest blog May 2019 by Paul Hobson: Public galleries and the democratic deficit

Reflecting on the current discourse regarding exploitation, discrimination and systemic bias in the sector,  Paul Hobson, Director of Modern Art Oxford and Chair of CVAN South East, considers the role of publicly-funded art institutions in promoting greater equality and inclusion in the sector…

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