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STEM subjects are not for everyone, but balance is the key for a healthy economy, says Edwina Dunn.
Liz Hill sets the record straight on the contribution that touring activity by London-based arts organisations makes to the rest of England.
For those who are lost, in need of stimulation, guidance or inspiration, Jo Fletcher-Cross recommends Chris Grady’s ‘Your Life In Theatre’.
Sean Egan gives a legal opinion on the revised terms and conditions attached to Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisation agreements.
Glen Pearce reacts to one theatre’s decision to grant press tickets only to critics who generate it enough website traffic.
John Mathers warns that without brand ‘management’, the creative and cultural sectors could see themselves going the way of the Brazilian football team.
Alan Cleaver responds to ArtsProfessional's revelation that Arts Council England used more than £10m of spare capital funds to pay off the debts of five London-based organisations.
The leader of one of England’s National Portfolio Organisations speaks out about transparency, whistle-blowing, the curse of arts buildings, and why artists feel disenfranchised from the arts funding system.
The arts and the other creative industries may not always make comfortable bedfellows, but there are enough good reasons for them to sleep together, says Liz Hill.
Liz Hill reflects on a Warwick Commission debate which revealed the enthusiasm of the creative industries for better creative and cultural education in schools – and the barriers to making it happen.