Cash & Culture

Art Incorporated?

Art Incorporated?

In this programme, Catherine is joined in the studio by Dr Annemarie Ryan, University of Limerick, to discuss the various relationships and transactions that can happen when creatives meet business organisations. They start by commenting two interviews done at the Frieze Art Fair in October 2016 in relation to the work commissioned by Deutsche Bank […]

Creative encounters in the Highlands

Creative encounters in the Highlands

This week Catherine and Christine present two interviews carried out during the Glasgow School of Art Winter School in the Highlands in January 2017. During two weeks, The Institute for Design Innovation welcome designers and creative students from all over the world in Scotland to work together on projects brought to them by local organisations. http://gsadesigninnovation.com/about-indi/gsa- highlands-islands/ Catherine interviewed […]

On the importance of communities to cultural entrepreneurs

On the importance of communities to cultural entrepreneurs

In this second programme in our series Cash and Culture, Catherine and Christine interview Professor Mihaela Kelemen of Keele University who enthusiastically talks about the Community Animation and Social Innovation Centre (CASIC). Together with the award-winning New Vic Theatre, Keele University has developed a specific methodology of knowledge co-creation and of community engagement, entitled ‘Cultural […]

Cash and Culture # 1

Cash and Culture # 1

On this programme our interviewees are : Tarryn- Ann Anderson of Book Dash, a South African not for profit organisation that is committed to getting storytellers, illustrators and creative professionals together in one space, on one day, to create copyright-free books for South African children. Tarryn-Ann, when not running the creative events, holds a full-time job. Lizzie Glendinning Director […]