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Ros Robins
Dance Consortium, a group of 17 large-scale theatres located across the UK, has appointed consultant ROS ROBINS as its first Executive...
MICHAEL CLARKE CBE is to retire as Director of the Scottish National Gallery and Deputy Director of the National Galleries of Scotland at...
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Currently Relationship Manager at Arts Council England (ACE), LEROY PHILBROOK will be Burnley Youth Theatre's new Executive Director. He...
ANDREW PETTIE, Head of Arts & Entertainment at The Telegraph since March 2014, is leaving the newspaper as part of a round of cuts.
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Director of Programme at The Hepworth Wakefield and former curator at Turner Contemporary LAUREN A WRIGHT is to become Programme Director...

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    A visual business model tool is allowing arts organisations to take a playful and creative approach to planning, says Julie Aldridge.

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    A new box office system has built a stronger link between London’s Dominion Theatre and its ticket agents, who can now sell directly from the live inventory. Libby Penn reports.

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    The Hepworth Wakefield is blessed with many great pieces of modern British art, but a priority is to grow its collection. Simon Wallis discusses the gallery’s approach to new gifts and acquisitions.

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    Opening a hostel has helped East Street Arts to support artists and generate much-needed income. Nicola Greenan explains how they did it.

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