From issue 284 Author(s): Christy Romer
A new strategy report advises Edinburgh’s festivals to improve their digital offering if the city is to avoid complacency and remain a cultural world-beater.
From issue 284 Author(s): Frances Richens
New approaches to using culture to improve lives will be trialled in six deprived communities over the coming year.
From issue 284 Author(s): Liz Hill
A new home in City Island, East London, will allow facilities to be shared between the ballet companies.
From issue 284 Author(s): Liz Hill
ACE will be changing its branding guidelines following questions about the failure of The Space to acknowledge its primary funder on the homepage of its website.
From issue 254 Author(s): Frances Richens
Culture can help define a sense of place and attract new businesses, says the Commission for Underperforming Towns and Cities.
From issue 284 Author(s): Liz Hill
Craft development organisations are struggling under pressures to marry the two roles of sales agent for makers and leader in artform development.
From issue 284
A sixth form student explains how important studying theatre has been in developing her creative potential, and makes the case for all arts subjects to remain integral to schools.
From issue 284
ANTHONY SARGENT, founding General Director of Sage Gateshead, has been appointed CEO of Toronto’s Luminato Festival.
From issue 284
Currently the joint Artistic Director of Fierce Festival, LAURA MCDERMOTT is to become the new Creative Director of the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts at the University of Sussex.
From issue 284
Director of Norway’s Bergen Kunsthall, MARTIN CLARK will return to the city where he went to university, to take up the role of Artistic Director for Art Sheffield 2016.
From issue 284
Director of Marketing & Communications at Scottish Opera, HELEN IRELAND, is leaving the organisation after eight years to join National Museums Scotland as Head of Marketing and Communications.
From issue 284
MARK BALL, the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre), has been appointed as the Chair of artsdepot’s Board of Trustees.
From issue 284
Made in Corby has appointed HELEN WILLMOTT as their new programme manager, who joins from the University of Northampton.
From issue 284
Baker Richards have announced the appointment of a new Senior Consultant, RACHAEL EASTON, who will join the organisation from June.
From issue 284
IAN MATHER has been appointed as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust, succeeding BARONESS COHEN OF PIMLICO, who has held the position since 2007.
From issue 284 Author(s): Anna Campbell
Many agree that we are not doing enough to support working-class actors as they start out in their chosen career. But Anna Campbell has a controversial idea for a solution.
From issue 284 Author(s): Michael Nabarro
Data management has to be everyone’s responsibility and not just seen as an “esoteric specialism”, says Michael Nabarro.
From issue 284 Author(s): Caroline Miller
Tense and lively discussions at Dance UK’s recent conference will form the basis of a five-year strategy for dance, says Caroline Miller.
From issue 284 Author(s): Frances Richens
Learning from the success of the Big Noise programme will be key to the future of social interventions in Scotland, say researchers.
From issue 284 Author(s): Natalie Ibu
The new Artistic Director of Tiata Fahodzi, Natalie Ibu, pays tribute to those who have helped her career.
From issue 284 Author(s): Eleanor Deem
Do all arts organisations need a formal salary structure? Eleanor Deem discusses why they can be useful.
From issue 284
Despite highlighting news that Harvard and Brown Universities are investing heavily in the arts sector, Sydney Skybetter is “concerned by how rarely artists profit from the value they produce”.
From issue 284
Jason Farago asks whether indigenous art should be returned to the people who created it, or whether it should remain in national museums.
From issue 284 Author(s): Frances Richens
Report by the British Theatre Consortium paints the most comprehensive picture to date of the UK theatre sector.
From issue 284 Author(s): Liz Hill
Twitter captures the new Culture Secretary’s commitment to continuing public subsidy of the arts. 

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