To slowly starve something, in this case organisational resources.

The original definition of this word is: The complete or nearly complete loss of bark from around the circumference of a tree or shrub's limb or trunk.

A personally written document that explains the writer's support for a person, cause or idea.

To give arts practitioners the opportunity to live and work outside of their usual environments, providing them with time to reflect, research, or produce work.

A relationship between two people where the individual with more experience, knowledge, and connections can pass along what they have learned to a more junior individual within a certain field.

Someone who is in the early stage of their career as an artist, arts worker, or producer.

The ability to understand, communicate with and effectively interact with people across cultures. Cultural competence is built over time and requires a willingness to be respectful of others’ cultures and to honour and value them. Relationship building is fundamental to cultural competence.

The perceived quality or value of arts practitioners and their work. This can include prompts such as – do they have a defined style? How relevant is their work? Can the practitioner critically reflect on their practice?

An online meeting or presentation held on the internet in real-time. 

A number of people grouped together by a common purpose with club-life characteristics, for example, a sporting club, social club, arts club, or trade union.