Here you will find links and downloads to some of our publications, reports, papers and guides.
In the spirit of full disclosure, this paper details our environmental position in some detail. Here we state our current policies related to various environmental issues and publish a quarterly update on our mileage and use of paper.
Spot On Lancashire has been producing a brochure twice a year for over 25 years. This is our latest publication highlighting what’s on in Spring 22 plus articles and an activity to do at home.
We have committed to growing the Culturapedia forest by planting a tree for every event or activity that we host or promote through our friends at Tree-Nation.com.
Life on Pancake Street started as a blog for co-director, Robert Howell, whilst studying for an MA in Cultural Economics in Rotterdam. He has recently revised it as a place to post thoughts, ideas and ramblings that connect to Culturapedia and our work
In 2020/21, we co-edited The Corona Rollercoaster with Erasmus University Rotterdam, chronicling responses to the pandemic from international creative thinkers and practitioners. This ebook is an invaluable resource for researchers and future historians, and it is also full of great ideas from across the world.
In 2020/21, we were commissioned by the Central School of Speech and Drama to study the primary needs of a group of artist-led, performance-based NPOs and their place in the wider eco-system. This is the executive summary of our final report.
This is a collection of past blogs and articles written by the team on our old website. You will find our current thoughts news and ideas on Facebook but we thought it worth keeping a few of our old gems here.
As part of our ongoing work with Rossendale, Director and textile artist Robert Howell has created three, temporary freestanding textile pieces for Bacup Market.