- The CYP quality conversation has moved to a new home…
- Can we afford to put quality over quantity? by Sharon Paulger
- How do we encourage artists to make extraordinary work for young people? by Michael Judge
- Insight into the Industry – by Vicki Hargreaves
- A new quality network in the SW – by Eloise Malone and Deborah Aguirre Jones
- View from the Bridge – by Holly Donagh, A New Direction (Bridge org for London)
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The CYP Quality Conversation has a new home over on the Arts Council’s new blog pages at http://blog.artscouncil.org.uk/category/cyp-quality-conversation The conversation is already in full flow so please join us there!
When asked to contribute to this blog I was asked on the basis that I run a small community arts organisation. So when thinking about quality I wondered what the difference the size of the organisation would make. My conclusion … Continue reading
How do we encourage artists to make extraordinary work for young people? How we encourage artists to aspire to magic? These were some of the questions debated by Mike Kenny, Lyn Gardner, Tony Reekie, Kate Cross and Vicky Ireland at the … Continue reading
As the artistic director of a young company (Commotion Dance) I am constantly questioning my practice: What will people think? What are others doing? How will I get my work seen? Am I doing enough? I have found over the … Continue reading
One of the most exciting aspects of working in a field of practice which is still developing, is the opportunity to combine new practice with continual enquiry into what makes the work valuable and meaningful to the whole range of … Continue reading
‘Quality’ is a loaded word – it manages to be both bland and snobbish – but there is no question it cuts to the heart of how we contest and fight for what we believe is important when working with … Continue reading
Measuring the quality of cultural learning programmes for children and young people seems to provoke endless debate in the cultural sector, and almost none in the education sector. If teachers, who are experts in assessment, feel it should be easy … Continue reading