From issue 278
Alf McCreary speaks to chairman Professor George Bain to reveal the backdrop to the financial crisis facing the Ulster Orchestra.
From issue 278
To gain greater prominence, it's important that learning disabled theatre can benefit from proper evaluation, critical self-awareness and outside input, just like the rest of the creative arts, argues Lyn Gardner. 
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
The Stirling Prize-winning building is described as “a ground-breaking example of how to build a daring bold and highly sustainable large public building in a historic city centre”.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
National Lottery revenues in the first half of 2014/15 have soared but good causes are seeing less of the benefit.
From issue 278
Producer PHIL HARGREAVES has joined Déda’s programming team as Associate Producer (Dance). He has previously worked with Dep Arts, Phoenix Dance Theatre, 2Faced Dance Company and Joss Arnott...
From issue 278
After five years at Doncaster Council, MARY NASH takes on the role of Sales & Marketing Manager at The Civic in Barnsley. She will continue her role as Arts Development UK Regional Coordinator...
From issue 278
Harrogate Theatres has appointed playwright AMANADA WHITTINGTON, director JOYCE BRANAGH and former senior manager at Arts Council England Yorkshire, MARK HOLLANDER, to its board of directors.
From issue 278 Author(s): Chris Elwell
Director of Half Moon Theatre for children and young people, Chris Elwell names those who have inspired him throughout his career.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
British Council initiatives aim to strengthen UK cultural relationships with India and South Africa.
From issue 278
Nick Curtis sings the praises of the National Theatre's refurbishment, including its new baby - the Dorfman Theatre.
From issue 278
Jane Lillystone talks about the contribution of The Wilson gallery to a step-change in Cheltenham's cultural life - and demonstrates how to charm the local press.
From issue 278
Outgoing Chief Executive of Arts Council England, Alan Davey says devolution offers a great opportunity for arts and culture, but it needs to be seized now.
From issue 278
In the age of internet downloads, when will musicians leave record labels behind, asks Joe Miller.
From issue 278
Only when we find better ways of bridging the divide between culture and the economy will we understand the many dimensions of culture that affect economic success, says Andrew Thompson.
From issue 278 Author(s): Tatiana Rais
Tatiana Rais tells how she has brought back to life an abandoned theatre in the centre of Bogotá.
From issue 278 Author(s): James Yarker
Stan’s Cafe used to ‘blunder around’ doing workshops and videos, but now it has formed some partner relationships with a small number of schools, says James Yarker.
From issue 278
As arts fundraisers continue to put heart and soul into securing their organisations' financial future, we share four fundraising experts' advice on the key challenges they are facing, from communications and digital fundraising to data analysis and entrepreneurship.
From issue 278 Author(s): Sue Hoyle
A recent British Council report says that the arts and culture are vital in making a country attractive to foreign visitors. Sue Hoyle delves a little further.
From issue 278
In Plymouth, artists, arts organsiations and the local pub are all working together to encourage arts students to stay in the city after graduation.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
A new report concludes that smaller organisations are being squeezed out as their share of Arts Council England’s regular funding awards has diminished.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
Conditions for effective partnership working will be identified through a major new academic Enquiry in collaboration with the BBC.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
Research by Birkbeck, University of London, underpins new guidance on how the arts and creative industries can make the most of student work placements.
From issue 278 Author(s): Liz Hill
A survey exploring the opportunities and challenges that may lie ahead for the cultural sector is aiming to gather opinion on a range of issues that will impact on the future of the arts. As well as...
From issue 278
National Theatre Chief Operating Officer LISA BURGER has been named Executive Director, joining Chief Executive TESSA ROSS and Director RUFUS NORRIS on the executive team, following the departure of...
From issue 278
Curator for Birmingham’s Ikon gallery STUART TULLOCH is leaving to become the new Chief Executive of The Art House, Wakefield. He has previously held positions at the Hayward Gallery...

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