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movement + meaning

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Last week (21/11) Performing Arts Lab hosted a Movement and Meaning symposium. It was a brilliantly stimulating and inspiring event. I gave a 15 min talk that made links between movement, metaphor and mindfulness, dualism, paradox and living in balance. … Continue reading

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pro-environmental values in the arts sector

I’ve just written a blog for Mission Models Money re.think project on new insights into the potential for pro-environmental behaviour in the arts sector, that I’ve gained from re-visiting a research project I did a couple years ago on 21st century competencies, … Continue reading

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Arts + digital technology: the shadow side

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I wrote a short paper for NESTA/Clore Leadership Programme recent call for papers on arts & digital technology. It wasn’t selected: maybe they only want the sunny side! But points I make are important for arts managers to consider so … Continue reading

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Life-friendly impact and a role for the arts

For the past couple years I’ve been exploring the notion of ‘life-friendly impact‘. Here is my latest attempt to explain what it means, which I’ve just written for a new programme of work with artists and practitioners and the Chinese … Continue reading

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Greening the arts: from values to actions

This is a full version of the article I’ve written in Arts Professional issue 244. Denial, fear, anger, grief, despair, guilt, smugness, hope.  How are you feeling today? These are some typical responses to the enormity and complexity of the … Continue reading

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Resilience, integrity and energy flow

In March 2011 I ran a workshop on resilience at the All About Audiences annual conference with 25 arts & heritage professionals. At the end of the session I did a physical demonstration of the concepts I’d been talking about. … Continue reading

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