From issue 286 Author(s): Ali Pretty
The 2008 crash shook Ali Pretty’s outdoor arts company hard. But after a bold decision to split the organisation in two, it’s now doing better than ever. 
From issue 286 Author(s): Neil Anderson
Is an arts organisation dedicated to LGBT issues still necessary or even relevant? Yes, says Neil Anderson, so long as it moves with the times.
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After eight years at the London Symphony Orchestra, most recently as Head of LSO Discovery, ELEANOR GUSSMAM is leaving to join Spitalfields Music as its new Chief Executive. 
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The new Head of Theatre, Arts and Culture at Newport Live is GILLIAN MITCHELL, who was Director of Programmes for The MAC in Belfast until 2014.
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The departing Artistic Director of Chichester Festival Theatre, JONATHAN CHURCH, will take up the same title at Sydney Theatre Company, Australia, when ANDREW UPTON steps down in 2016. In March,...
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CAROLINE DYOTT is leaving English Touring Theatre, where she has been Producer for three years, to join Sheffield Theatres as its first Associate Producer.
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Deputy Director of The Audience Agency SARAH BOILING is stepping down to develop personal projects. Prior to joining the company in 2007 she held senior marketing roles at Tate, the Barbican and the...
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A number of promotions and appointments have been made at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to support its new strategy, released last year. Head of Social Justice ROB BELL has been promoted to Director,...
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UK Theatre’s Marketing & Membership Manager GEMMA NELSON is stepping down to join the company’s ex-Executive Director DAVID BROWNLEE at his new industry guidance company Bon Culture,...
From issue 286 Author(s): Frances Richens
Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Programme has been cut back after applications for the previous funding round failed to make the grade.  
From issue 286 Author(s): Frances Richens
Following a review of the literature and publishing sector, Creative Scotland is supporting new schemes to promote Scottish writers internationally and to develop young writers.
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Mark MacNamara talks to William Stensrud about the need for classical music to accept new technologies and what it could learn from sport.
From issue 286 Author(s): Frances Richens
A new report by academic researchers finds no evidence that match giving will increase donations to crowd funding campaigns.
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Workshops that invite members of the public to choreograph a short ballet are providing work for dancers during off season and maintaining the relationship between company and audience.
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What does sustainability mean for arts organisations? Scott Chamberlain argues that for too long the sector has used a for-profit model as its guide – with potentially dire consequences.
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American theatre professionals share their top ten tips for starting a diversity programme.
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A recent Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy event suggested getting artists involved in fundraising may be key to achieving a step change in arts giving. It’s not a totally bad idea, says Amelia Crouch.
From issue 286 Author(s): Philip Spedding
Unless arts organisations make their voices heard in the Government's Gift Aid consultation, the sector could shortly be facing a whole new set of challenges, says Philip Spedding.
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How Talbot Rice Gallery is helping the next generation of visual artists to develop experimental and innovative projects.
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Performances Birmingham Ltd has appointed NICK REED as the new Chief Executive of Town Hall and Symphony Hall. Currently Chief Executive of Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, he will replace ANDREW...
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Luton Culture has appointed MARIE KIRBYSHAW as its new Chief Executive. Most recently Cultural Services Manager for Milton Keynes Council, she has previously managed Washington Arts Centre and been...
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Restructuring at the Old Vic sees Chief Operating Officer KATE VARAH take on the new role of Executive Director, GEORGIA GATTI, a founding member of Playful Productions, join the team as Creative...
From issue 286
The Curator for the Creative Arts at Trinity College Dublin, BRIAN CASS, is stepping down to take up the role of Head of Exhibitions at Towner Art Gallery. 
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The new Executive Chair for Dartington Hall Trust is DR GREG PARSTON, an independent consultant and Chair of English Touring Theatre.
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Theatre503 has appointed two new Associate Directors: award-winning playwright and director ANNA JORDAN and JONATHAN O’BOYLE, who was previously Resident Director at Sheffield Crucible.

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