An Enterprise Allowance of the Left

Labour’s cultural policy needs creative responses to the disappearance of working class voices from the arts.

The demands of the property market are increasingly wiping out autonomous spaces of cultural expression across the UK. Carl Farrugia

The lack of state support for people working in the arts without independent wealth has had predictable results. As studies, including the 2018 report by Arts Emergency have established, we are witnessing a crisis of class representation. Some of its origins are longstanding, like networking based on family, school and university, but the collapse in funding […]

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