Last weekend Jo raced around ‘Everything at Once’ at the Store Studios on the Strand…

I rarely go to an exhibition just because of its title, but who could resist the idea of Everything at Once?  

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October 2017

With the rise of digital ubiquity and new technologies, lots of sectors have had to innovate to find new ways to connect with existing audiences – and attract new ones.

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October 2017

We are in the midst of unsettling times. And for all our clients instability is just further drive for the need make more money – an issue that comes up in every conversation we have.

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October 2017

Exciting times in Washington DC as our friends at the Freer|Sackler Museums reopen after renovation with new displays and a powerful new purpose – to generate empathy between different cultures.

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Last weekend Xanthe caught the last day of Grayson Perry’s show at the Serpentine…

We made it in for (literally) the final hour of the exhibition. The show’s been notoriously well attended but I was impressed with how well managed it was by Serpentine staff. They even put up with my toddler nephew and niece who kept trying to touch the artworks – the ultimate test of professionalism.

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July 2017

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation this month released a lengthy white paper on audiences’ relationships to cultural organisations entitled, ‘Rethinking Relationships: enquiry into the civic role of arts organisations’. Glamorous name aside,

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