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“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”

Benjamin Franklin

 

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An Eye on Creativity

An Eye on Creativity by Venu Dhupa and Rick Hall

The first in the ‘Eye on’ series this 20 page booklet examines the essentials of Creativity. What are the characteristics of creativity?  How do we cultivate creativity? How does creativity work across disciplines?

VSDB Publishing in partnership with The Royal Commonwealth Society, The Wellcome Trust, Ironbrige Gorge Museums, Telford and Wrekin Council, Find Your Talent and the MLA Renaissance Programme.

ISBN: 978-0-9565027-0-4

Cost: £2.50 + Postage for single copies.  Multiple copies at £2.00

An Eye on Creativity

An Eye on Entrepreneurship

An Eye on Entrepreneurship by Venu Dhupa and Ian Chance

This is the second in the ‘Eye on’ series and looks at Entrepreneurship.  Its history, its characteristics and how to encourage them, this 20 page booklet contains useful views and case studies.

VSDB Publishing in partnership with Goldsmiths University of London, The National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts, ADVANCE, University of East Anglia and CDFA.

ISBN: 978-0-9565027-1-1

Cost: £2.50 + Postage for single copies.  Multiple copies at £2.00

An Eye on Entrepreneurship

An Eye on Intercultural Dialogue

An Eye on Intercultural Dialogue by Venu Dhupa and Chrissie Tiller

This is the third in the ‘Eye on’ series, which make complex concepts, simple.  This 28 page booklet explores the meaning of intercultural dialogue. Who thinks they are doing it? Who is doing it?  How can we do it better? What can we learn from others and why is it important?

VSDB Publishing in partnership with Goldsmiths University of London, Asia House and The Royal Commonwealth Society.

ISBN: 978-0-9565027-1-2

Cost: £2.50 + Postage for single copies.  Multiple copies at £2.00

An Eye on Intercultural Dialogue

Women / BAME Leaders in the UK Cultural Sector

Women in Leadership and Black and Minority Ethnic Leadership

These reports consider the evidence of under-representation of Woman leaders and leaders from BAME backgrounds and provides a benchmark for measuring the progress the UK Cultural sector has made in diversifying its leadership.

The Arts Council of England’s Cultural Leadership Programme by H Carty and N Turner