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Dr Stephen Pritchard Nov 9
"Where are all of the community centres today? Where have they gone? Where are the youth clubs? Where are our libraries? Where are our sports clubs and huts? Where have they all gone?" Working-class cultures must say no to power!
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David Micklem Oct 28
If the few hold on to all the decision-making power...arts and culture will become increasingly irrelevant in a society where everyone wants to be actively involved in everything.
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Owen Kelly 12h
TODAY at 12:34 UTC Ep 30: Stephen Pritchard discusses “community art” vs “community arts” & the ideas behind Field Community Art - coming very soon!
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Dr Stephen Pritchard Nov 8
You can listen to my keynote on disobedience, self-organising, working-class cultures, collectivism, , and why freedom means being able to say NO to power here with music and audio interludes...
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Dr Stephen Pritchard Nov 1
Today. "Selvedge: Disobedience, Self-Organising and Working-Class Cultures". My keynote at community conference explores radical and need for a return of class politics. The event is part of the ...
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Madiha Ansari Oct 25
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Dr Stephen Pritchard Nov 7
We don't need massive citadels reinforcing narrow vision of "art & culture" like Factory, Manchester. We need recognition of all our cultures & cultural practices. We need libraries, community centres, youth clubs, artists, sports, .
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Dr Stephen Pritchard 8h
Have a listen to and me talking about what a community art group might do now and in the future, and discussing the difference between “community art” and “community arts”. We also talk about and .
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Culture Matters Sep 30
"We need to tell our stories." Maxine Peake hits the nail on the head!
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Chris Rolls Mar 6
Getting creative in our workshop with councillors at LGA Culture Conference 2019 🌈
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Rachel Adams Nov 21
so it begins. Principles of our cohort: generous, connected, co-producing & abundant. We are not in competition. You’re thinking is everyone’s learning. The future is already here. 🔥 🍏🍎🍐
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yorkdesignweek Oct 25
Yes fudging smashed that statement - please everyone have a read and act. Can you hear us yet? 📢We are York, we own our own culture. That culture is diverse, and we will fight for it.
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wur bradford Jan 14
This conversation is so important, get involved!
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GeeseTheatreCEO Oct 22
Two projects in mental health settings today and some training for the Judiciary. Meanwhile I will be attending the event on .
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Sophie Hope Nov 4
Been making some notes for a seminar this week in Zagreb at Kultura Nova on with and others. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Dr Steven Hadley Sep 27
“Dead-guy-culture still makes me cry” - my talk yesterday with Ana Žuvela on
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East Leeds Project Jun 26
This looks like an interesting read on , with contributors including .
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Jen Budney Jan 22
New research showing that online access to museums and galleries reproduces or even increases existing inequalities - essential reading for and granting agencies hoping to improve access to culture through digital projects, & all interested in
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Simon Gall Nov 12
I recently gave a keynote speech at 's , addressing the issues of , and
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Paul Collinson Nov 19
If you want to 'do' art make sure you're well-off.
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