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Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 The Arts – a form of Communication ‘I am a part of all that I have met’ Alfred, Lord Tennyson – Ulysses Make Performance your Purpose
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Purpose of this presentation To examine the communication of culture that binds education with enterprise Education Enterprise Cultural Comparisons
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Background Comparative cultural field studies in Argyll and Glasgow Thanks are due to Argyll and Bute Council Culture and Sport Glasgow
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Context The Stifling of Community Development ‘the more a region is broken down into ‘local communities’ without the study of those communities as totalities in themselves […] and as part of the larger national totality […] the more alienation is intensified.’ P. Freire The Political Aspiration “The Scottish Government is fully committed to widening access to culture for all communities…Our future cultural policy framework will be one that affirms the place of culture in this nation…We plan to take this forward in partnership with those who have a major role to play” Jack McConnell The Social Policy Value of Arts and Culture ‘…the arts can and do make a valuable contribution to social policy objectives. While there is still a long way to go in understanding these forces and the ways in which they work, it is time that social policy makers took up the challenge of thinking how they might be harnessed.’ F. Matarasso
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Definitions A Political View ‘A culture is common meanings, the product of a whole people, and offered individual meanings… It is stupid and arrogant to suppose that any of these meanings can in any way be prescribed; they are made by living, made and remade, in ways we can not know in advance.’ R. Williams
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Education Curriculum for Excellence Expressive Arts Communications Structure
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Enterprise Divided arts community Unclear market place for policy makers Short term funding environment
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Enterprise Community Planning Imposed Structure Stifles Community Development
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Enterprise Language Jargon Bureaucracy
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 The Negative Comparison Apathy DisconnectionMigration Community Imbalance
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 The Positive Comparison Tangibility of purpose Plain EnglishEmpowerment Community Development
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Conclusion Cultural Sovereignty The effect of introducing socially engineered ‘arts for all’ under the misguided banner of cultural democracy – the reality of which perpetuates a void between cultural elitism and cultural ignorance, transcending into unnecessary confusion, divisions and tiers… Cultural Ownership The sustainable means by which any citizen can be encouraged and supported to ‘perform’ or see performed, a reaction to a felt disturbance, through an ethical act of ‘artistic’ expression, and not at the expense of another… Money doesn’t make The Arts but The Arts flourish in the right economic environment… A Goldbard – The Art of Community Development
Cultural Scotland – it’s how we think Brokering the Cultural Link © Peter Minshall 2008MA - Arts in Social Contexts - ASC 10 Thank You for Listening Peter Minshall www.broadscapeproductions.info
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