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Artists After Covid podcast

We are pleased to announced the latest in our podcasts exploring the impacts of Covid on the cultural sector. 'Artists After CovidLink opens in a new window' is a live recording of an event at Birmingham Rep on 28th March exploring what steps we can take to build back a fairer and more sustainable work environment for creative freelancers.

Wed 18 May 2022, 17:10 | Tags: Events, Impact, Industry, Diversity and Inclusion

REF Results 2021 - No1 in the UK for Research Power

The Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies (CMPS) is proud of its Research Excellence Framework (REF2021) results and is delighted to be No1 in the UK for Research Power (THELink opens in a new window) with a GPA of 3.52 from the largest amount of researchers submitted to UoA33 Music, drama, dance, performing arts, film and screen studies.

Thu 12 May 2022, 16:11 | Tags: Research news

Doing Things Differently, Helen Martin Studio at Warwick Arts Centre, April 7th 11-15:30

How do we embrace difference and engender an inclusivity in the cultural and creative sectors?

Together with Dr. Vishalakshi Roy, Assistant Professor at School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures (SCAPVC), University of Warwick and Andrea Pulford Director of Planning and Operations at Warwick Arts Centre, Helga Henry and Lara Ratnaraja the Co-Producers of AD:Vantage wanted to further explore inclusion and how, by investing in people with different vantage points and perspectives we can drive fresh/ new thinking and innovation in the cultural and heritage sector.

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