4 episodes

Creative Matters brings you views from the cutting edge of arts and culture.

With guests from the world of creativity and beyond, asking the hard questions and sharing ideas.

This is your podcast, powered by Arts Council England.

Cover image credit: Hydromania - Bournemouth Arts by the Sea 2017 © Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

Creative Matters Arts Council England

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Creative Matters brings you views from the cutting edge of arts and culture.

With guests from the world of creativity and beyond, asking the hard questions and sharing ideas.

This is your podcast, powered by Arts Council England.

Cover image credit: Hydromania - Bournemouth Arts by the Sea 2017 © Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

    First Impressions | Series 2, Episode 1

    First Impressions | Series 2, Episode 1

    In this series of Creative Matters we're asking guests from across the cultural sector and beyond for their thoughts on our new Strategy for 2020-30, Let’s Create.

    In episode 1 our panellists Laurie Peake, Sheila Maurice-Grey and Hollie Smith-Charles give host Tara Joshi their first impressions – What do they like about the Strategy? How should we implement it? And where are the challenges?

    Listen on and find out what their first impressions are of Let's Create.

    Production:
    Arts Council England - Nathan Dean, Dan Smith - with The Podcast Company

    Cover image:
    Mikhail Karakis, No Ordinary Protest, 2018.

    • 26 min
    S1: The Art of Leadership. E3: Leadership Development

    S1: The Art of Leadership. E3: Leadership Development

    Why is leadership development so important? How do we make the time and space for it? What can we learn from other sectors, and how do we support the development of future cultural leaders? Join host Kirsty Lang and guests Suzanne Alleyne, Tony Heaton OBE and Suzie Bailey as they delve into development – both professional and personal.

    Production:
    Arts Council England - Nathan Dean, Ashley Egan, Nisha Emich, Dan Smith - with The Podcast Company

    Cover image:
    Hydromania - Bournemouth Arts by the Sea 2017 © Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

    • 37 min
    S1: The Art of Leadership. E2: Conflict and Crisis

    S1: The Art of Leadership. E2: Conflict and Crisis

    How can boards and executives best work together to manage challenges? How do you keep organisations unified during times of crisis? When do you need to bring in external expertise? Join host Kirsty Lang and guests Tim Crarer, Tony Butler and Donna Munday as they discuss how organisations can demonstrate good leadership and governance in times of conflict and crisis.

    Editor’s note: We’d like to clarify that the RSC concluded their partnership with BP at the end of 2019. However, they remain committed to sharing their work with the widest possible audience. The £5 ticket scheme for 16-25 year olds remains a priority- these tickets are still available for productions until October 2020, including the current Stratford season, forthcoming London season, and the Stratford 2020 season.

    Production:
    Arts Council England - Nathan Dean, Ashley Egan, Nisha Emich, Dan Smith - with The Podcast Company

    Cover image:
    Hydromania - Bournemouth Arts by the Sea 2017 © Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

    • 35 min
    S1: The Art of Leadership. Ep 1: About a Board

    S1: The Art of Leadership. Ep 1: About a Board

    What makes a good board? What makes a bad one? Where's the line between the executive and the trustees? Join host Kirsty Lang and guests Clare Connor, Moira Sinclair and Gurvinder Sandher as they discuss boards and how to demonstrate good leadership and governance in arts and culture.

    Production:
    Arts Council England - Nathan Dean, Ashley Egan, Nisha Emich, Dan Smith - with The Podcast Company

    Cover image:
    Hydromania - Bournemouth Arts by the Sea 2017 © Bournemouth Arts by the Sea

    • 33 min

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