A debate in the House of Lords about the health of the creative industries was both a...

Arts organisations are changing rapidly to keep up with economic developments, but are grant-...

The UK Commission for Employment and Skills is calling for schools and universities to focus on...

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Good reads

  • Part law court, part theatre spectacle, Kate Connolly asks if The Congo Tribunal – which features real victims and politicians trying to find reconciliation for the Congolese war – is the most ambitious political theatre ​ever staged.

  • Carole Souter talks to the Museum Association about research the Heritage Lottery Fund has conducted into the impact of its major grants.

  • Denver’s Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s generous and hands on approach to arts philanthropy is building up its influence in the city.

Jobs of the Week

Arts People

Artistic Director of Stephen Joseph Theatre (SJT) CHRIS MONKS is to leave after seven years in post, following in the footsteps of...
After almost a decade in the role, FAITH LIDDELL OBE is to step down as Director of Festivals Edinburgh.
KRISHNA THIAGARAJAN joins the Royal Scottish National Orchestra as Chief Executive, arriving from New York’s Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
Having worked with Theatre503 in a freelance capacity, JESSICA CAMPBELL is to take up a permanent role as Producer and Head of Marketing.
CHLOE HAMPSON WARD is to take up the new role of Programming and Venue Manager at Skipton Town Hall, leaving her post as Communications...

Conferences & Training


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What are the ‘choke points’ preventing culturally diverse artists from succeeding and should we stop talking about ‘diversity’? These issues and more were discussed at nitroBEAT’s ‘D’ Word event. Diane Morgan summarises. 


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A new data guide and digital toolkit are showing how digital technology can enhance an arts organisation’s core activity, make its content more accessible and drive new forms of revenue. Tim Plyming explains.


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With a culture hungry population and one of the fastest growing economies in the world, India is ripe for cross-cultural collaboration, says Harpreet Kaur.