- James Firth on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Stew Dean on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Pete on Wage slavery does not suit the funding challenges of a ‘knowledge economy’
- Around the horn: St. Patty’s edition | Createquity. on Press, policy and research (PPR)
- Press, policy and research (PPR) | on Creative Data?
Author Archives: Jon Treadway
And so farewell to Dame Liz Forgan, the Arts Council’s first female chair, as well as one of its finest. Mark Robinson has already written about the subject over at Thinking Practice with his customary eloquence and pertinence , and … Continue reading
We’re going to feature collected links more regularly on Bad Culture, and to mark each occasion we will feature an image from the collection of the extraordinary and wonderful Museum of Bad Art based in Boston.
Techcrunch recently featured an interview with New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, as part of their Founder series. It included this glimpse into Gotham’s cultural policy. …the business strategy, if you will, of New York City Government is not to subsidize … Continue reading
by Jon Too many interesting things in the last couple of weeks, too little time to blog. So here are some assorted links that may be of interest.