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Regeneration engage 17

This issue looks at civil and cultural renewal with articles on the cultural, social, economic and ecological faces of regeneration. What do we mean by regeneration and how can it be measured? What impact have the arts had on regeneration? What are the long term effects? Tessa Jowell, Secretary of State for Culture, presents the case for government subsidy of the arts. Karen Eslea reports on the development of Turner Contemporary and Emily Keaney, IPPR, examines the human face of regeneration. Other contributors include: Vicky Charnock, Tate Liverpool; Paul Domela, Liverpool Biennial; Matt Little, Creative Partnerships Bristol. Download the editorial.

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engage 17: Regeneration engage 17
Summer 2005
Published by engage, London
http://www.engage.org/journal.aspx?id=18

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"Why Should Government Support the Arts?"
Tess Jowell, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

"Rethinking the Regeneration Industry – Museums for Changing Lives"
Pam Meecham, School of Arts and Humanitites, Institute of Education, University of London

"For the last city"
Paul Domela, Deputy Chief Executive, Liverpool Biennial

"Culture and Civil Renewal –the human face of regeneration
Emily Keaney, Research Assistant, Insititute for Public Policy Research

"Developing Turner Contemporary –an ecological approach to the regeneration of place"
Karen Eslea, Audience Development Officer, Turner Contemporary, Margate

"Arts, Health and Regeneration –holistic therapy or sticking plaster?"
Vicky Charnock, Community Programmes Curator, Tate Liverpool

"A curious blindness to the obvious –culture, creativity and regeneration"
Matt Little, Director, Creative Partnerships Bristol and Forest of Dean

"Re-generation –a dialogue on the interface between participatory arts practice and higher education"
John Cockram, Artist, Lecturer, University of East London and Loraine Leeson, cSPACE Director

"Tracing Change"
Sarah Carrington and Sophie Hope, B+B curatorial partnership

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Emily Pringle, Javier Rodrigo Montero

 

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