Creative regeneration: Lessons from ten community arts projects

Tim Dwelly

Housing, health, education, employment and crime-fighting agencies now routinely work in partnership to revitalise run-down neighbourhoods.

But what about people’s cultural well-being, their ability to express themselves and engage their creative instincts?

This report shows how ten arts projects in Wales have made a major impact in their communities. It provides examples for other agencies across the UK to follow, by demonstrating that creative regeneration really does work.

This report is now out-of-print, but we can provide a photocopy if required. Please contact [email protected]