From issue 277
Catherine Mallyon and Sarah Ellis of the RSC talk about building the confidence and capacity required to make the most of digital technologies.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Ambassador Theatre Group has launched a scheme that will combine a business foundation with specialist placements to give graduates industry-specific knowledge and experience.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Policy ideas for Labour’s 2015 manifesto and beyond will be the focus of a new initiative, announced at the party conference.
From issue 277
After almost a decade at the helm of London’s Photographers’ Gallery, Brett Rogers discusses changes in the medium, the importance of trainee programmes and why photographers are interested in accountancy.
From issue 277
Index on Censorship's Julia Farrington argues that the controversial cancellation of Exhibit B reveals the much bigger issue of mono-cultural bias in the arts.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
The Chief Executive of Arts Council England (ACE) is leaving to join BBC Radio 3 as Controller. Previously a Civil Servant at the DCMS, Alan Davey, who joined ACE in November 2007, will remain at the...
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Free unlimited entry to exhibitions is among the benefits being offered to those who join.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Healthcare workers will receive arts-based training in an attempt to reduce human error in medical interventions and improve patient safety and wellbeing.
From issue 277 Author(s): Sean Egan
Sean Egan gives a legal opinion on the revised terms and conditions attached to Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisation agreements. 
From issue 277
After four years at the helm, LUCIAN MSAMATI is stepping down as Artistic Director of Tiata Fahodzi. The announcement coincides with the company taking up residency at Watford Palace Theatre.
From issue 277
Artistic Director of the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch BOB CARLTON is stepping down after 17 years to work as a freelance director and to focus on his writing. 
From issue 277
AMELIA FITZALAN HOWARD, who has been Head of Grants for the Henry Smith Charity for the last ten years, is the new Director of the Rayne Foundation. She replaces TIM JOSS, who left after nine years...
From issue 277
VocalEyes has appointed MARK TAYLOR to act as Interim Chief Executive following the retirement of JUDY DIXEY. Taylor was most recently Director of the Museum Association.
From issue 277
The new CEO for The Cheltenham Trust is JULIE FINCH, who will relocate from Perth, Australia where she is currently the New Museum Project Director for the Western Australia Museum. The announcement...
From issue 277
TV presenter SIR MICHAEL PARKINSON is the very first Patron of The Civic in Barnsley.
From issue 277
The Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Little Angel Theatre, ADAM BENNETT, has stepped down after just nine months in post. The theatre is taking his departure as an “opportunity to...
From issue 277
STUART BURNS is the new Programme and General Manager of youth music organisation NOFA (The National Orchestra for All). Burns, who has been working in the Civil Service for the past three years,...
From issue 277
Press and Public Relations Officer ANNA EVANS is stepping down from her post at the Royal Court Theatre after five years to join the PR team at Target Live.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Report finds that many arts organisations lack the expertise or resources needed to meet the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
From issue 277
Graeae highlights the impact that cuts to the Access to Work budget are having on its work, and the implications for the next generation of artists and theatre-makers.
From issue 277 Author(s): Sheila McGregor
Sheila McGregor takes us through the steps of her career in the visual arts, which led her to the new frontier that is Axisweb.
From issue 277
Conductor, musicologist, keyboard player and founder of the Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood, has died aged 73.
From issue 277 Author(s): Hannah Mitchell
Which is more influential over repeat attendance – performance or venue? Hannah Mitchell reveals some of the surprising findings that emerge when audiences are invited to complete a survey about an event they’ve just attended. 
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
ACE does a U-turn on measures to protect its reputation as pressure mounts to respect freedom of expression.
From issue 277
In Channel 4’s ‘Don't Stop the Music’, James Rhodes is like a knight on a white charger. Will he save the day, or leave a wake of unfulfilled aspirations? Nigel M Taylor is sceptical.

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