Episode 2: the future of the arts, virtual and live events with Dr Kirsty Fairclough, Manchester Metropolitan University.


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What is the future of the arts, live and virtual events? We put this question to Dr Kirsty Fairclough of Manchester's Metropolitan University. In a wide-ranging interview she also discusses the School of Digital Arts in Manchester, Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, the legacy of 'Mad Men', plus backstage and concert memories of Beyonce, Nile Rodgers and Prince.

Show summary & chapters

1mins22secs - Love for Academia: where did it come from?

5mins09secs - Digital City Festival, virtual events and future live hybrids.

8mins05secs - Arena concerts and memorable backstage moments.

10mins48secs - Showcasing female entrepreneurs, #IWD2021 and AMPLIFYhER - a project supporting musicians in Brazil.

13minutes - Love of books, the legacy of 'Mad Men' and new projects coming up.

19mins15secs - Challenge of home-schooling and moving jobs during the pandemic, teaching online and setting up a school remotely.

23minutes - School of Digital Arts (SODA) and Manchester's cultural scene.

29mins30secs - Deleted scenes (and a cameo in Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights).

31mins17secs - Prince: memories and a critical appreciation.

38mins44secs - What we can learn from the Arts and hopes for the future.

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