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Fw: A "Golden Age"? Reflections on New Labour's Cultural Policy and its Post-Recession Legacy. Keynote speaker announcement

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"Baxter, Ian" <[log in to unmask]>

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Colleagues - for info. 
Ian 
 
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From: Arts Management and Cultural Policy <[log in to unmask]> 
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Sent: Tue Aug 17 17:22:19 2010 
Subject: A "Golden Age"? Reflections on New Labour's Cultural Policy and its Post-Recession Legacy. Keynote speaker announcement 
 
A “Golden Age”? Reflections on New Labour’s Cultural Policy and its Post-Recession Legacy 12th November 2010, University College London 
 
Keynote speech:         Creative Britain – Miracle or Mirage? 
Robert Hewison, City University and Demos Associate, UK 
 
Cultural Trends, the journal that champions the need for better evidence-based analyses of the cultural sector, is delighted to provide a major opportunity for researchers to consider whether what Tony Blair described as a Golden Age, in a 2007 valedictory speech at the Tate, actually existed.  Questions to be considered include: 
 
*What did it achieve? 
 
*What might the effects of the recession on the cultural sector be in terms of changes in audiences and  audience profiles, the economics of the sector and its financial impacts? 
 
*How might government policy, and the sector itself – whether in the UK, Europe and elsewhere – assess its legacy and learn the lessons that inform a post-recession economy? 
 
A “Golden Age”? provides the occasion for cultural commentators, policy analysts and historians to brigade the evidence for cultural achievements since 1997 and consider the relationship between culture and recessions since the 1970s. While this might appear retrospective, we are also keen to look forward and bring together ideas for the longer term impacts of what we observe and to develop hypotheses about cultural policy and activity in the future. 
 
Further details, including the names of speakers, will be announced shortly. Places can be reserved in advance from [log in to unmask] 
Email has been scanned for viruses by Altman Technologies' email management service - www.altman.co.uk/emailsystems 
 
Glasgow Caledonian University is a registered Scottish charity, number SC021474 
 
Winner: Times Higher Education’s Widening Participation Initiative of the Year 2009 and Herald Society’s Education Initiative of the Year 2009 
http://www.gcu.ac.uk/newsevents/news/bycategory/theuniversity/1/name,6219,en.html 

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