A Guardian article highlights that Arts and Museums look set to take a greater hit in the impending, but yet to be finalised, cuts. Arts Council England models that 15% cuts could mean more than four-fifths of English subsidised arts companies could lose their funding completely. Simultaneously 38 degrees online public campaigns is still hosting a […]
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Highlights from this year obviously included the team work effort of DHG members pulling together to plan and critically engage with the Cultural Equalities Now conference. The consistent thoughtful collaboration of the group, especially at our summer meeting at Tate, really paid off. The conference got rave reviews illustrating that when we work together DHG […]
The first DHG meeting in the North West was part of the Supporting Practice in Participation project and would not have happened without the partnership and support of the North West Fed, Many thanks indeed! The session attracted a brilliant mix of professionals including people from music and art festivals,academia, museums and art galleries. In […]
In partnership with the British Museum and the Institute of the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP), DHG convened a cutting edge conference looking at diversity and equalities in the then new political, legal and economic landscape. The Cultural Equalities Now conference programme looked at links between cultural heritage and agendas such as big society, […]
This year was really challenging, we saw first wave of cuts and changes hit the sector. It was a hard year for many but heartening to be part of a sector that pulls together when times are tough. I saw that at our winter gathering, where practitioners pooled their knowledge of changes so we could […]