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.
On Wednesday the 19th May at 6pm the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies (in association with the Productivity and Futures of Work GRP) will be hosting Michael Siciliano, discussing his new book, Creative Control: The Ambivalence of Work in the Culture Industries (Columbia University Press, 2021).
The seminar will be hosted via Teams and you can join at this link (sign-in with your Warwick credentials to access the chat!)
Dr Chris Bilton on Undigital - Content Creators after Coronavirus
As part of the Warwick Faculty of Arts at Home films which focus on 'Re-thinking the Creative Industries post-Covid-19', Dr Chris Bilton from the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies explores the 'undigital' creative economy. Chris asks us to consider what performances, publications and works of art and culture we value, and encourages to try to support artists and creators directly. Check out the film on Youtube.