The arts world is facing a “cultural catastrophe” with the impact of Covid-19 leading to the loss of an annual revenue of £74 billion according to one report along with warnings of 400,000 jobs lost. But does this terrible crisis also provide an opportunity to rethink the arts world?
Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern, Amanda Parker, Editor of Arts Professional and Director of Inc Arts, David Jubb, theatre producer and former Director of Battersea Arts Centre, and Music Writer Alexandra Coughlan share their ideas for positive change.
Radio 4's Rethink week is exploring ways in which the world should be rethought after the pandemic.
Main Image: Luke Jerram's coronavirus - Covid 19 - glass sculpture
Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Ekene Akalawu
Producer: Tim Prosser
Studio Manager: Duncan Hannant…read more