Education for arts in participatory settings in a national broadsheet...…Continue
Started May 9
Professor Paul Harris, Professor Anne Douglas and Chris Fremantle from Gray’s School of Art write:
You have in front of you a typewritten text. It could be poetry. It is an invitation to action, but not exactly an instruction. It reads:
planting a square of turf
amid grass like it
amid grass a little less green
planting four more squares
in places progressively drier
planting a square of dry turf…
Posted on May 7, 2013 at 10:30
Susanne Burns writes...
It is clear that within the current economic and political climate there is a need for substantial transformation in our business models, our ways of working and our overall view of the way the field is structured. It seems apparent that this will require a series of significant paradigm shifts. In particular, we need to see a shift away from the model of organisations as individual units competing for…Continue
Posted on March 4, 2013 at 10:00
Annie Sheen writes...
Appraisals, performance reviews, career development assessments – whatever we happen to call them – remain, for many of us, a standard part of employment and an important part of our CPD.
Recently, I have been considering whether it should be up to employers to take the leading role in the CPD of freelance practitioners and a session at the recent ABO (Association of British Orchestras) conference last week focused on the…Continue
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 10:00 — 1 Comment
Peter Moser, Artistic Director at More Music writes...
I am white, of German/Swiss/English heritage and have a very confused sense of my traditional roots. I spend my life working with music from many cultures and many genres and create new music that draws from all of my life experiences.
For 30 years I have worked in participatory music making as an individual and as the Artistic Director of More Music. We regularly look for musicians from diverse cultures…Continue
Posted on January 7, 2013 at 10:30