Arts education charity Artis reveals how the performing arts could give children in the 20% most deprived areas a lifetime boost of up to £3.3 billion

New report from Pro Bono Economics released today, reveals data to show the socio-economic benefits of the Artis primary school performing arts programme. Against a backdrop of a decade-long underinvestment in arts education, the devastating impact of COVID and increasingly squeezed … Continue reading

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Alexander Whitley & composer Daniel Elms present ‘The Age of Spiritual Machines’ at Southbank 14 May

On 14 May at the Southbank, London, boundary bending choreographer Alexander Whitley and award winning composer Daniel Elms will premiere “The Age of Spiritual Machines’ – a new work created for strings, electronics & two dancers, exploring the relationship between music, movement and … Continue reading

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Winners: Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom photography comp exploring militarised masculinities & alternatives

Huge congratulations to Colombian photographer Carolina Navas Gutiérrez, winner of The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’s (WILPF) inaugural photography competition which invited photographers from around the world to respond to the theme ‘Militarised Masculinities and Alternatives’.  Carolina’s powerful … Continue reading

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Creative UK & UK Time’s Up in consultation with creative industries for ISA to tackle bullying & harassment

Barbara Broccoli, Keira Knightley, Naomie Harris, Rebecca Ferguson, Nadine Dorries, Dame Heather Rabbatts, Caroline Norbury MBE, Krishnendu Majumdar, Jennifer Smith, Sir Peter Bazalgette, Susanna White, Ade Rawcliffe, Kate Buckley and more… In the Spring of 2021, singer/songwriter Rebecca Ferguson met with the DCMS … Continue reading

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New study from Blueprint reveals how #MeToo & Black Lives Matter have transformed the workplace in US & Canada

A major new study by Blueprint, an NGO dedicated to thought leadership on masculinity and its impact on society, shows that male leaders in the US and Canada have become more inclusive, empathic, and collaborative following #MeToo, Time’s Up and Black Lives … Continue reading

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