Title of the report with hand-sketched elements - reads: (Team)Work in Practice

Find out more about the latest Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Toolkit, access the Toolkit, and sign up to Toolkit workshops.


Over 2020-2022, the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme supported 50 salaried jobs in arts and cultural organisations across the UK, for individuals from working class/low socio-economic backgrounds. This new Toolkit has been created using the insights and experiences of the Fellows and Alumni of this programme to create actionable ideas for cultural leaders to drive inclusivity in their organisations.


Who is this Toolkit for?

(Team) Work In Practice: Collective insights, ideas, and challenges to drive socio-economic inclusivity in your organisation is for anyone in the arts and cultural sector who is interested in advancing socio‑economic diversity and inclusivity across the workforce. It is especially aimed at senior leaders, managers, and anyone responsible for people management, organisational culture, and equity, diversity, and inclusion. It may also be of interest to researchers, funders, and policymakers working on socio‑economic diversity and inclusivity in the arts.

“There’s no one approach to being an inclusive organisation”.
Quote from the Toolkit.