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We’re Making History

Thank you to François Matarasso for the next input in our series of guest blogs. François blogs regularly on https://arestlessart.com/ and we are very grateful to him for engaging with Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art to express his ideas about … Continue reading

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A Living Proposition

Between 2010 and 2017 we interviewed over 20 artists as part of the research for Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art. Over the next few months the blog will provide an opportunity to hear from some of them … Continue reading

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It was thirty years ago…

It was thirty years ago… In November 2014 Cartwheel Arts in Rochdale celebrated thirty years of its existence as a community arts organisation. Cartwheel Community Arts (as it was then) was set up in 1984 through a collaborative partnership between … Continue reading

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Social Archiving: a legacy of community arts?

One of the reasons for starting this blog was to make our research into community arts more accessible. Academic research isn’t always the most transparent medium; sometimes the style of writing can be really obscure or just dull; sometimes too … Continue reading

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‘Where have we come from?’ Community Arts to Contemporary Practice

ArtWorks Platform Seminar Series Platform 1 ‘Where have we come from?’ Community Arts to Contemporary Practice As part of the first in the Platform series of discussions for ArtWorks Gerri Moriarty, community artist and arts consultant, and Dr. Alison Jeffers, … Continue reading

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