Arts world must address lack of diversity, says Labour’s Chris Bryant
The shadow culture minister Chris Bryant has opened a heated debate, calling for the democratisation of access the arts and citing Eddie Redmayne and James Blunt as examples of the privileged elite. An 'open letter' was writte... (read more)
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The Creative Society is an arts employment charity that helps young people into jobs in the creative and cultural industries.
The Creative Society worked with the Royal Opera House on the third phase of the Culture Quarter Programme, which ran throughout 2011.
The Culture Quarter Programme was a partnership of arts and cultural organisations based in Central London including CreateKX (Kings Cross Cultural Quarter) Design Council, English National Opera, ERCG (Exhibition Road Cultural Group), The Hospital Club, the National Portrait Gallery, The Creative Society, Royal Opera House, Somerset House, St. Martins-in-the-fields and the V&A Museum.
The Culture Quarter Programme (CQP) offered a number of paid 6 month fixed term contract jobs in a range of roles with one of their partner employers. The functions covered included Arts Administration, Visitor Services, Box Office, Retail, Information Technology/Web and Conservation/Collections.