Jump to navigation
If you’re an introvert, don’t listen to advice telling you to change: you are awesome and you will succeed, advises David Taylor.
Delivering training to creative businesses across Africa, the Pacific and the Caribbean has taught Visiting Arts the value of forming relationships face-to-face, says Sophia Victoria.
As producer-in-residence of a whole town, Bridget Floyer explains how she treats the residents as neighbours rather than audiences or participants.
mac Birmingham’s outreach programmes are creating meaningful dialogue between the arts centre and local communities, artists and cultural organisations. Daniel Fountain spoke to those involved to find out how.
Millions of tourists flock to see Shakespeare’s England, but they don’t all have time to catch a play. Geraldine Collinge explains how the RSC has extended its offer beyond theatre.
A European Union-funded dance project won ‘success story’ status from a panel of experts for its impact, creative approach and the inspiration it gave others. Carole Blade tells the story.
Theatre makers in the capital are the focus for a new network aiming to improve working practices and support for artists.
What could two independent music practitioners achieve by starting international conversations about music-making with children with special needs? Tom Northey tells the story.
The national funder is told to focus on financial resilience, transparency and digital engagement in the first review for seven years.
Sharing skills and resources is not just about altruism, it can unlock new sources of revenue for arts organisations. Benita Matofska shares five tips for getting started.
The agreement will see the two institutions collaborate on creative leadership, global research programmes and community engagement.
The EU-backed Theatron project is hoping to have its funding extended to launch a new network to continue connecting theatre professionals across Europe.
The Arts Council collaboration with Durham University will produce a report in Spring 2019, which will also consider arts in the curriculum and the role of the EBacc.
Many international dance companies tour the UK thanks to the Dance Consortium, but venues, young dancers and many others also benefit from its work. Ros Robins explains how.
Following the launch of the Cultural Coastal Network, Polly Gifford explains why it’s needed and what it hopes to achieve.
A strategic collaboration between One Dance UK and People Dancing will focus first on encouraging primary schools to spend more on high quality dance.
In a bid to listen more to its audiences, Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre launched a collaborative project that resulted in an ‘audience manifesto’. Amanda Dalton shares the surprising results.
The knowledge-sharing Small Venues Network intends to take on an additional 20 members later this year.
The launch of a joint £1.4m fund comes months after the South Korean Culture Minister was arrested for blocking 10,000 artists from accessing funding.
A ‘three-way’ agreement signals a commitment to cultural education, continuing professional development and place-making in the city.