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1st August, 2019

Action Stations Read more

Action learning, part of the Boosting Resilience programme, is highly valued by participants and facilitators. But what is it exactly, and what benefits does it offer? A key element of the Boosting Resilience programme, in addition to the more formalised residential retreats and open learning programme, are two action learning sets, one running in Manchester […]

Claire Pattison, Enterprise Fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University; Kevin Rivett, Director of Calderdale Music Trust; Kat Bridge, independent producer and curator; and Suzie Leighton, Co-Director of The Culture Capital Exchange

1st August, 2019

Practising Reflection as Leadership Read more

Being part of the team devising and delivering the Boosting Resilience programme has been a cornucopia of learning and inspiration for several different reasons. As well as engaging as a member of the project team, I have been negotiating the programme as a co-founder and director of a creative SME, and also as the chair […]

Suzie Leighton, Co-Director TCCE

1st August, 2019

Reflections on Resilience Read more

As the Boosting Resilience programme draws to a close, Evelyn Wilson outlines how the work, ideas and opportunities developed will be shared with the sector.   As is invariably the case at the end of any programme, there is a period of reflection on what has taken place and how it has differed from what […]

Evelyn Wilson, Co-Director TCCE

4th July, 2017

Brexit Manifesto for Creative HE – First Roundtable Read more

The first of the series of regional consultation workshops which will inform our Brexit Manifesto for Creative Higher Education, to be launched at The Palace of Westminster on 11 September 2017 in the presence of the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, was hosted by the School of Media, Arts & Design at the University of […]

Paula Graham-Gazzard, CHEAD

25th May, 2017

Going to things together: Audiences, Sociability and Enriching Cultural Experience Read more

How can cultural providers enhance their offering to facilitate the benefits that people get from encountering each other, and – in the process – deepen and widen their audience engagement?As part of the Inside Out festival, curated and produced by TCCE (The Culture Capital Exchange), the workshop ‘Going to things Together’ set out to offer […]

Stefania Donini, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

4th April, 2017

Reading and Walking in Victorian Spitalfields Read more

When in 2014 I first had the idea of marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of East End author Israel Zangwill with a guided walk using his most famous novel Children of the Ghetto, TCCE’s annual walking weekend offered the ideal opportunity to try it out. As a scholar of Victorian literature I had […]

Dr Nadia Valman, Queen Mary University of London

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