Exercising Citizenship Through Creativity Is More Important Than Ever
Paul Hine, Director at Made by Mortals explains how they've adapted during Covid-19 with innovative ways of working to keep helping people use their creativity to take an active role in society and bring about change.
Collective Power: Daughters of Fortune, Mind the Gap
We hear about the best bits, learning and surprises from those involved in creating the award winning Daughters of Fortune - a groundbreaking, co-created arts and science project exploring the largely invisible subject of learning disability and parenthood.
Space is the Place: How community storytelling changed my relationship with my surroundings in 2019
Our 2019 review article explores how our relationship to space changed through various stories we've told and organisations we've met.
In conversation with Tony Cealy: Theatre Practitioner, Cultural Producer, Activist.
We sat down with pionneering cultural producer Tony Cealy to hear about his community drama and radio projects which help people engage with social issues.
Loveliness, Curiosity, Adventure: Coney’s Interactive Theatre
Coney use interactive theatre, play, and adventure to engage communities in an exhange of knowledge that is fun and socially responsible.
Mind the Gap: affecting social change through learning disability theatre
We spoke to Julia Skelton, Executive Director of the visionary theatre company Mind the Gap about inspiration, collaboration and their new production ZARA.
We've been thinking about the 'art of co-production' and learning more about the use of theatre to co-produce ideas, projects, and even change the law!