From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill, Frances Richens
The number of arts organisations in receipt of three-year funding is to more than double, as the funding body responds to the sector’s concerns.
From issue 278
Sheila McGregor argues that the path to ‘sustainability’ is never easy, nor free from ethical considerations.
From issue 278
Do traditional management theories apply to arts organisations, or do they differ too greatly from the norm? Steph Graham and Jill Richens explore the issues.
From issue 278 Author(s): Mira Kaushik
Mira Kaushik records the changes that her dance company has made in response to sudden cuts in government funding.
From issue 278 Author(s): Jo Towler
A new touring model capitalising on word-of-mouth recommendations indicates that touring is not dead after all. Jo Towler explains.
From issue 278 Author(s): Fraser Wilson
A recent conference explored the value of music-making with early years and key stage 1 children. Fraser Wilson describes the event’s discussions and activities.
From issue 278
Last year the National Theatre spent more time touring abroad than it did in the UK. Lyn Gardner examines the impact of NT Live and argues that it’s no substitute for live performance.
From issue 278
Lenka Belkova reflects on the cultural responsiveness of grassroots arts organisations.
From issue 278
Anne Bonnar sees the Scotland Devolution Commission as an important opportunity for the value of culture to be recognised by Holyrood and Westminster government, and for artists to become more involved in civic leadership and governance.
From issue 278
The art world in 2014 is not a place that is primarily concerned with art; its overriding pre-occupation is money, writes Will Gompertz.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
The rapid decline in the number of local authority arts services has sparked a new drive to protect and develop local cultural infrastructure.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
Raising the profile of professional performances taking place at some of Scotland’s more remote locations is a key aim of a new marketing push.
From issue 278
Arts Council England’s Executive Director, London and the South East, MOIRA SINCLAIR is stepping down to take up the post of Director at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
From issue 278
The Museums Association (MA) has appointed SHARON HEAL as its new Director. Currently Head of Publications and Events at the MA, she will be the Association’s first female Director.
From issue 278
Executive Director of Watford Palace Theatre, MATHEW RUSSELL is leaving to take up the role of Executive Producer at the Southbank Centre. Ahead of his departure, JAMIE ARDEN has been appointed...
From issue 278
The new Chief Executive of Stagetext is NIGEL MCCUNE, following the departure of TABITHA ALLUM after ten years as CEO. McCune joins Stagetext from the Centre for Creative Collaboration at the...
From issue 278
Interim Director of the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art SARAH FISHER will pass the baton to Director ZOE DUNBAR at the end of the year. Dunbar leaves Imperial War Museum North where she is...
From issue 278
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, has appointed LIZ HUGHES as Capital Project Coordinator. Over the next three years she will work alongside the Director and Head of Operations to deliver a redevelopment...
From issue 278
Potter, writer and Senior Tutor at the Royal College of Art ALISON BRITTON OBE is the new Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Crafts Study Centre.
From issue 278
PRS for Music Foundation has appointed ROYCE BELL as the new Chair of its Board of Trustees. Bell is CEO of Accenture Information Management Services and has experience of working in non-executive...
From issue 278
LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre) has appointed Tony Award winning producer DAVID BINDER as Artistic Associate following a collaboration on outdoor production ‘Deblozay’.
From issue 278
Jonathan Jenkins explains in plain English the options for charities thinking about accessing social investment for new projects or ventures.
From issue 278 Author(s): Phil Castang
Phil Castang takes us through the steps of his career in the music world, which landed him at the helm of Bristol Plays Music.
From issue 278 Author(s): Hannah Mitchell
In December, almost half of the tickets sold to a venue's Christmas show are likely to be bought by new customers at that venue. Hannah Mitchell explores the marketing implications.
From issue 278
Women in theatre are at no disadvantage, and gender stereotyping is reinforced by "reducing the complex question of equality to a matter of statistics and quotas", says  Rupert Christiansen.

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