When we talk about getting an audience, it is safe to say everyone knows how important marketing...
Throughout the month of June, we saw the world celebrating Pride. As preparations are full swing for the celebrations and marches to hit the streets across the UK we look back at the origin of Pride – and why we still need it.
Meet Dorset-based composer Grace Hancock. We recently caught up with Grace to talk about how she started out, successfully balancing a career in music, and the “absolutely addictive” nature of writing songs to be sung…
We talk with Dorset based illustrator Octavia Bromell about life as a freelancer, her mental health awareness advocacy and her first days as the only UK Adobe Creative Resident for 2019.
There’s a question nearly every woman has faced in her life, a question that seemed to...
As we approach the national Disabled Access Day 2019, we caught up with Access consultant Chloe Hixson to talk about how accessible the arts and heritage sector really is for disabled people.
Anna Best is a Bridport based artist whose work covers a range of media. She has also worked internationally including USA, France, Poland and Holland. Here, shares her tips on how to work internationally as an artist.
Dorset Moon featuring Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon offers the tourism sector a cultural event to attract greater footfall, longer stays and more spend outside the peak season across Dorset.
Emerging theatre maker Sophia Greppi talks about the lack of representation of queer women in theatre and how we should encourage more diverse programming if we want diverse audiences.
Designer-maker Jenny Sibthorp talks about how she started her small business in Dorset and how she manages wholesale, social media and everything in between.
The Arts Development Company wish to commission six short videos/animated infographics as part of the Culture+ tourism toolkit. Deadline 14 January 2019.
Rosie from Culture+ talked to Sarah Setter, a young woman in Somerset who is on the Board of Petherton Arts Trust, home to The David Hall.