Is it hard to get a job in the arts if you’re working class, minority ethnic, or a woman? Do you need prior connections to get ahead? And what do you think needs to change? This survey is a chance to contribute to major research into diversity in the creative industries – make your voice heard.
Researchers at Goldsmiths, LSE and University of Sheffield are working with The Guardian to try to better understand working life in cultural, creative and arts jobs. Visual arts are often overlooked in studies of the creative economy, so the researchers would be delighted if you can spare just 10 minutes to help out with the research.
Take the survey here
Survey closes on 18 October 2015
The findings will be published as part of Panic! in November 2015, a Create project which will involve 10 days of events in partnership with Goldsmiths, the Barbican and British Art Show 8. If you’d like more information about the project see the website, or contact email@example.com.