The Department for Education is warning that there should be no money in local authority...

A breakthrough in the way that arts in health programmes are developed and researched is set to...

The combined value of earned and contributed income generated by NPOs in London has grown by £...

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  • Why is ageism seen as an acceptable form of discrimination in the art world, asks Ally Wallace.

  • If the arts are to earn more space in the public eye then academia needs to be courted, argues Deborah Bull.

  • London Music Masters hosts a debate on 'Class, Race, and Classical Music' with panelists Candace Allen, violinist Tai Murray, and LMM’s Executive Director, Rob Adediran.

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Tim Roberts

Tim Roberts, the leading ticketing and CRM specialist in the Asia/Pacific region, died suddenly from a heart attack on 4 April 2014,...

Director of Craftspace Deirdre Figueiredo names those who have inspired her throughout her career.

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HENRIETTE GÖTZ is the new Executive Director for English National Opera. She was most recently Executive Director of Vlaamse Opera, Belgium...
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The new Director of Development for the Royal Shakespeare Company is REBECCA PRESTON. She is currently Development Director for the...
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Baritone SIR THOMAS ALLEN has been appointed as Music Adviser to Scottish Opera. He will provide high level input and advice while the...


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Roanne Dods explains why the working practices of small-scale enterprises run by artists and creatives provide a model that is increasingly relevant in developed economies following the 2008 financial crash.


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On an arts programme secondment with the British Council in Ukraine, Liz Pugh has been witness to the turbulent geopolitics of the past six months.