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  • Jonathan Jenkins explains in plain English the options for charities thinking about accessing social investment for new projects or ventures.

  • Women in theatre are at no disadvantage, and gender stereotyping is reinforced by "reducing the complex question of equality to a matter of statistics and quotas", says  Rupert Christiansen.

  • Alf McCreary speaks to chairman Professor George Bain to reveal the backdrop to the financial crisis facing the Ulster Orchestra.

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Arts Council England’s Executive Director, London and the South East, MOIRA SINCLAIR is stepping down to take up the post of Director at...
The Museums Association (MA) has appointed SHARON HEAL as its new Director. Currently Head of Publications and Events at the MA, she will...
Executive Director of Watford Palace Theatre, MATHEW RUSSELL is leaving to take up the role of Executive Producer at the Southbank Centre....
The new Chief Executive of Stagetext is NIGEL MCCUNE, following the departure of TABITHA ALLUM after ten years as CEO. McCune joins...
Interim Director of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art SARAH FISHER will pass the baton to Director ZOE DUNBAR at the end of the year...


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Applying for Creative Europe funding for a Cooperation Project requires real commitment and many hours devoted to completing the application form, warns Lorraine von Gehlen.

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A recent British Council report says that the arts and culture are vital in making a country attractive to foreign visitors. Sue Hoyle delves a little further.


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The UK’s creative industries are growing massively, but does the sector have the right skills in place for this to continue indefinitely, asks Monica Karpinski.