Building inclusive change in the creative and cultural industries

Award-winning campaigns across education, broadcast, arts, culture and not for profit sectors

Consultancy: industry-leading change strategy for global arts and cultural leaders

National lobbying and advocacy: social action in creative and cultural industries

Fashion and brand ambassadorship

Journalism, broadcast and communications

Thought leadership in art and culture #CultureNeedsDiversity.

In numbers…

Leading 3,500 creative sector in the UK’s first truth and healing session for the arts

700 organisations signed up to Unlock – the UK’s first accountability framework for inclusion

Creator of the first national survey of 1500 participants – by, of and for ethnically diverse people to decide on preferred terminology around race. Recommendations adopted by Arts Council England

Clients & partners

UK Theatre/Society of London Theatre, V&A, Tate Modern, Love Productions, Museum of the Home, Vanquis Bank, MoneyBarn, Home Manchester, ABRSM, Chichester Festival Theatre, Royal Exchange Manchester, National Opera Studio, Soho Theatre, Opera UK, OneDance UK, Creative Visual Arts Network (CVAN), PIPA, London Short Film Festival, Creative England, Film London, ArtsProfessional, Independent League of Producers, The Stage, Inspirate, Akram Khan Company, Writers Guild of Great Britain, Equity, Disney Theatre Group, Clore Leadership, BBC and more…


Qualitative and Quantitative research includes

COVID-19 and its impact on the ethnically diverse workforce

Hold On: Management and diversity in the arts

Gender Diversity in TV directing

& sector and organisbespoke research for creative sector clients covering acting, drama schools, dance & pay, disability and more


#CultureNeedsDiversity Twitter top trending campaign celebrating diversity in arts and culture

#BAMEOver polling 1500 ethnically diverse people on preferred descriptors of identity

Inc Arts Minds campaigning for sector-wide change on managing wellbeing amongst marginalised creative workers

+ media campaigns for fundraising & philanthropy, audience diversity, accountability models, democratising funding embedding equity in business management, free speech and safety, and more…

Winner: CRE Race in the Media; Winner: MIND Mental Health in the Media; RTS Award Best Education Campaign

Media, Press & PR

The Guardian: Diversity on boards

Financial Times Opinion: UK Race Report

Financial Times: Arts and culture after BLM

Regular columnist for The Stage 

Former Editor and regular columnist for Arts Professional

BBC Radio: How has risk changed in the arts? BBC Radio 4 Front Row

BBC Radio: Rethink the arts: BBC Radio 4 Front Row

Newsweek International

Curated by: for Cos, Winter 2020

Interview with Sarah Piantadosi for Lanvin Edition journalĀ 

What they’re saying: creative and cultural sector clients

You have done such an amazing job for the sector! Your work has kick-started massive change in our programme of anti-racist action. Thank you!!! – World-leading museum group

I want to thank you for all the incredible work you have done. Your passion and drive has always been evident and I am so pleased that we have been able to engage with you in your work and have personally been extremely compelled by the work that you do. – UK government department

What a testament to what you have built – your vital and important work. It was the one light in a very dark time for the arts. – international performance company CEO

You have made a huge difference to the arts world through your considered, intelligent and inclusive approach to the work – CEO, UK performance arts sector

It is an honour to follow your work and experience the growth of IncArts and see how vital it is for the sector.  – CEO, arts sector support agency

What you’ve built has been amazing, both in terms of how quickly the organisation has become an established voice and in terms of the reach and influence too – Senior researcher, creative industries

Thank you for holding the space for us. For recognising the trauma and helping to redress the harm so many of us have experienced in this sector – creative practitioner

Winner, Alfred Fagon Award for inclusion in Theatre