François Matarasso presents an audio essay examining the depoliticisation of community art in Britain between 1970 and 2011.
François Matarasso explains why, as an area of conscious policy, culture has never been more important to democratic states than it is today.
Arlene Goldbard, Owen Kelly Francois Matarasso talk policy for cultural democracy, taking off from the Porto Santo Charter
In this episode Owen Kelly sits back while Sophie Hope explains some of her thoughts on participation and democracy.
Sophie Hope and Owen Kelly talk with Arlene Goldbard, a writer, social activist and consultant from the USA, whose focus is the intersection of culture, politics, and spirituality. She is a long-time advocate for cultural democracy and a creator of cultural critique and new cultural policy proposals.