Kirsty Lang speaks to key cultural philanthropists about the part they play in funding artistic endeavour.
Five years on from the launch of government plans to encourage more philanthropic funding of the Arts, Kirsty Lang speaks to key cultural philanthropists about the part they play in funding artistic endeavour. Speaking to Sir Paul Ruddock, Dame Vivien Duffield, Hannah Rothschild, David Speller, Lloyd Dorfman, Michael Oglesby and cultural historian Robert Hewison, Kirsty examines whether the plan is working and asks if more needs to be done to change attitudes.
Image (Clockwise from top left): Dame Vivien Duffield, Lloyd Dorfman, David Speller, Hannah Rothschild (Credit: Harry Cory-Wright), Sir Paul Ruddock and Michael Oglesby (Credit: Joel C Fildes)
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Ruddock|
|Interviewed Guest||Vivien Duffield|
|Interviewed Guest||Hannah Rothschild|
|Interviewed Guest||David Speller|
|Interviewed Guest||Lloyd Dorfman|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Oglesby|
|Interviewed Guest||Robert Hewison|
- Mon 28 Dec 2015 19:15