We need to fight systemic inequalities in the arts to create a diverse talent pool

Arts need to be invested in all over Britain – not just London (Getty Images)
Arts need to be invested in all over Britain – not just London (Getty Images)

At the beginning of 2020, Arts Council England set out bold new plans with the potential to kickstart a radical shift in the cultural fabric of our country. 

The ten year strategy focused on creativity and diversity and heralded a welcome shift from lofty “great art” language. It emphasised “everyday creativity” and moved away from elitist views of arts and culture, which made the arts inaccessible for so many – especially young people. 

However, arts, culture and youth services have taken a real hit, with a decade of funding cuts and the impact of Covid-19, meaning many organisations face threat of closure. 

This cannot happen – arts and culture are the soul of our communities and central to our lives, improving wellbeing and connecting people. We know that music-making, as an

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Is The Watchmaker’s Watchmaker

From Esquire

When Catherine Rénier took over as CEO at Jaeger-LeCoultre just over two years ago, she had a straightforward plan: “To get our voice heard. To shed light on the fact we had been a little too quiet over previous years. What was very important,” she says, “was to give visibility to the maison.”

Not that J-LC, the 187-year-old bastion of luxury watchmaking, was in much danger of falling by the wayside. Even non-watch fans will recognise its Reverso, the rectangular watch that flips over to reveal an engravable back (or a second face), an icon of 20th-century design. Meanwhile connoisseurs will tell you few companies can match it for watchmaking prowess, that J-LC has a history of making high-quality movements, parts and tools for brands such as Vacheron Constantin, Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe. It’s the watchmaker’s watchmaker.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre customer, meanwhile, is one of taste and

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In defense of 2000s horror, an age of torture, tank tops, and Wikipedia

In defense of 2000s horror, an age of torture, tank tops, and Wikipedia
In defense of 2000s horror, an age of torture, tank tops, and Wikipedia

Welcome to 2000s Week! We’re exploring the pop culture that shaped us at the turn of the millennium, and examining what the films, shows, and games from the era say about us then and now. It’s a little #tbt to the days before #tbt was a thing.

We are living in an obscenely good time for horror.

Over the past decade, scary movies have not only , but have also evolved into some of the smartest and most culturally significant films of our times. In 2020, we’ve already seen projects such as and speaking to themes of isolation and existential dread — presciently playing on the pandemic those movies’ creators never could have anticipated.

In recent years, we’ve also seen titles including Get Out (2017), A Quiet Place (2018), Midsommar (2019), and more make impressive progress towards

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Press Release On Seoneedthis.info

Malang 9 August 2020

Seoneedthis.info is a place to learn Search Engine and does not sell and buy SEO services.

Ifan Azwar Anas is an SEO Artist as well as the owner of Godsseo, Goyizseo, and seoneedthis.info. With the increasing number of internet users in Indonesia, search engines’ role will be even more significant in the business world.

Many SEO services offer services in the field of SEO, but it is apparent that Seoneedthis.info is only a place to learn search engines without trading any services.

The education provided at Seoneedthis.info is about all activities related to search engines, from optimization to strengthening positions on search engines.

The education provided here is global and has nothing to do with white hats, gray hats, or black hat techniques.

Regarding the slogan of seoneedthis.info, “we cheat search engines,” that is a slogan only, it does not mean we are carrying out … Read More