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The Wales Council for Voluntary Action has appointed RUTH MARKS as its new Chief Executive. The current Director of Care and Development at...
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Edge Hill University’s new Head of Performing Arts is DAVID PEIMER. His career in academia, writing and directing has included positions at...
The new Head of Public Performance at music licensing company PPL will be SARAH MITCHELL, who joins from Eurostar International Limited....
LAURA GREENFIELD, currently Head of Development at Cambridge Arts Theatre, is leaving for a new role as Associate Director of Fundraising...
The new Director of Marketing and Communications for Birmingham Royal Ballet is KARA LARSON. Founder of the consulting firm Arts Knowledge...

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Having worked in children’s arts and health in a London hospital, Victoria Jones, now in Melbourne in Australia, compares the respective creative programmes.

Good reads

  • As the dust stirred up by Arts Council England’s latest National Portfolio funding announcement settles, ITC’s Charlotte Jones looks at the growing wealth gap between large and small arts organisations.

  • Veteran theatre producer Thelma Holt discusses the past and future with Andrew Dickson.

  • A massive overhaul of the California state and local correctional system  has seen a system-wide sea-change with an emphasis on rehabilitative programmes - including the arts. Craig Watson tells the story.