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Holly Donagh on new research and the importance of consortium-working for Creative People and Places and beyond
A call for papers for a national conference underpinned by our learning and other approaches to increase participation in the arts
Parminder Dosanjh from Creative Black Country describes an innovative apprenticeship it set up with the local paper and we explore other apprenticeships around the Creative People and Places network
Jo Hunter from 64 Million Artists and Rebecca Ball from The Cultural Spring on how self-led participation can transform culture
Holly Donagh and Farida Mohamed from Creative Barking & Dagenham describe how Cultural Connectors - a group of over 100 local people - are in the driving seat of the programme
Laura Dyer, Executive Director at Arts Council England, on how and why Creative People and Places came into being.
Sara Robinson, our National Peer Learning Coordinator gives us the low down on peer learning and why it's so important to Creative People and Places.
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