Finding the theatre in the politics Print Email Email to a friend Your email Your name Friend's email Friend's name Verification Please prove your humanity Go on prove it :) Close Related Articles Teaching doctors empathy through art Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art. Is a Master of Fine Arts the ‘new MBA’? (locked) Enlightened universities are now embedding the principles of design and creativity into their business schools, as businesses recognise the value of arts education. 10 gems from Tim Minchin (locked) VIDEO: 10 witty and wise pieces of advice from comedian and musician Tim Minchin. The first video in our new occasional series. 50 ways to make money in the arts The more income streams you have, the more opportunities you have to make art. The most successful artists can check many, if not all, all of these funding sources. (Premium content) Premium content Donna Jackson Thursday 19 May, 2016 A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art This content is only available to members of ArtsHub Subscribe Now for instant access! A subscription to ArtsHub will enable you to: Access the most comprehensive jobs board for the arts sector, with hundreds of positions posted weekly Post, manage and monitor your social media campaigns using our extensive social media toolkit Promote yourself and your career to the largest arts community in UK by uploading your professional profile Access thousands of subscriber-only features, articles and guides Take advantage of exclusive ticket giveaways, offers and competitions ... and much, much more. Subscribe Now and be part of the British arts community Member login Email address Password Forgot password? About the author Dr Donna Jackson is a director, writer, teacher, consultant and arts practitioner who focuses on the area of democratic art making. She has been awarded a Fellowship from the Australia Council for the Arts and inducted onto the Victorian Honour Roll of Women. In 1991 she founded and was the artistic director of the Women’s Circus. Through performing her one-woman shows, The Baby Show and Car Maintenance Explosives and Love, Dr Jackson communicates provocative ideas. This practice and research-led way into making art democratically has been further developed by academic study. Dr Jackson completed a Master of Arts at La Trobe University on processes of making arts projects involving social change and used the production of Dust as the focus of enquiry. Her PhD, Illuminating Arts Practice: Making Large-Scale Projects beyond the Mainstream more extensively interrogated practice-led research. Through her company Hubcap Productions, she is currently the initiator and artistic director of the Art and Industry Festival which is based in the western suburbs of Melbourne. As part of this festival Jackson is collaborating with a range of artists and trades people and developing her processes of working further.