By Irene on 21st September 2015
Do you work in the arts, culture or creative industries?
Take The Guardian's survey on diversity in the sector
Is it hard to get a job in the arts if you’re working class, minority ethnic, or a woman?
Do you need prior connections to get ahead?
And what do you think needs to change?Read more
By SammyG on 11th September 2015
Click here to view the April Newsletter
HighlightsWe Love Inside Out Dorset David Glass Workshop Read more
By NattieG on 2nd September 2015
Need help planning? Don’t understand the paperwork? Not sure how to deal with ‘access’ to your event?Read more
By Irene on 10th August 2015
Tessa Bide from Bridport has gone and bagged a four-star review from The List (Edinburgh's Official listings magazine) with her first Fringe show. See it at Summerhall if you are in Edinburgh this August.Read more
By Irene on 21st April 2015
Take at look at this excellent infographic created by Activate to show the headline statistics of the 2014 Inside Out Dorset Festival. We wanted to share with you just how important it is to the ecology of Dorset. See you again in 2016 when we're planning to deliver another knockout festival.Read more
By Irene on 9th April 2015
Partners announced for Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries:
The new programme will be launched in June to provide paid placements for graduates from lower income backgrounds.Read more
By Irene on 7th April 2015
National Theatre. On Demand. In schools.
From September teachers can stream National Theatre productions direct to classrooms for free.
From September 2015, classrooms across the UK will be able to experience the National Theatre’s smash-hit productions of
Hamlet, Othello and Frankenstein.Read more