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Change and collaboration: reflections on The Art of Wellbeing

08.07.19

Victoria Hume, director of the Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance shares her reflections about The Art of Wellbeing

Young man reading a poem

Turning engagement patterns upside down

17.01.19

How can arts and culture reach a broader audience that more accurately reflects local communities? Sarah Boiling explores how to change the pattern of who engages with the arts.

Royal Opera House Swan Lake at DAGFEST 2018. Creative Barking and Dagenham

There is strength in having these stories exchanged internationally

16.08.18

Viktoria Nguema from the Swedish Arts Council talks about their Creative Places programme and its roots in Creative People and Places

Concrete stories located in Norsborg, Botkyrka. Photo: Fernando Illezca

"I feel the only way I can express my feelings and experiences is through a dance theatre piece"

16.07.18

Sharlene Carter is a dance teacher, choreographer and producer living and working in Barking and Dagenham. After speaking at our People Place Power conference, she tells us about developing her first full-length dance piece addressing stigmatisation around disability. 

My piece - Sharlene Carter

How I came to embrace the pixel

15.07.18

Jason Wilsher-Mills on becoming a digital artist and helping to give people a voice

Conference workshop with Jason Wilsher-Mills

"Change is not always a battle, it can be joyful, persuasive and silly"

22.06.18

Hounslow resident Niina Moliere-Palapa writes about her experience of coming to the People Place Power conference with CPP Hounslow

People from Creative People and Places Hounslow at the People Place Power conference

A packed programme for People Place Power

11.06.18

Over 250 people are coming to People Place Power, our national conference in Wolverhampton this week.

People Place Power visual

People Place Power: our next conference to take place in June 2018

18.01.18

Booking now open for our second People Place Power conference, focusing on inclusive approaches to arts engagement

Photo: Nelson Douglas

A powerful case for change

07.09.17

Anne Torreggiani, Chief Executive of The Audience Agency on asking the right questions and using the right kinds of evidence

Creative Barking & Dagenham. DAGFEST. Photo Dabuju Media

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