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15 employees will be affected by the closure of Culture Republic, following the loss of its annual funding from Creative Scotland.
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A new White Paper, published this week, emphasises the importance of the continued mobility “of talented individuals” and proposes ongoing participation in EU programmes such as Creative...
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The Musicians’ Union and the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) have called for all organisations to support their newly-produced set of principles and tackle sexism and harassment across...
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In an evidence session examining the success of Hull 2017, the DCMS Committee has heard differing views on how the City of Culture scheme should evolve.
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The current Executive Director of the Gate Theatre praised the ambition and perseverance of the company she will join in October.
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Two new reports say that the festivals also generate international recognition for Scotland’s arts scene and provide new opportunities for Scottish creatives.
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The centrepiece of the building, devastated in a fire in 2015, will officially re-open to the public tomorrow. Its re-emergence is accompanied by a photo letter directed at the visiting US President...
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Sam Hodges, Director of NST City, said the building was “not fit for purpose” and that it has been very difficult to run the theatre since it opened in February, 18 years after the...
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A partnership between Selladoor Worldwide and Blackpool Entertainment Company will restore the building, which has not been used as a theatre for more than 20 years. It will reopen as a receiving and...
Arts People
ELEANOR LANG has been appointed as Executive Director of London’s Theatre Royal Stratford East. Lang, who will take up the post on 1 October, joins from the Cheek by Jowl theatre company, where...
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DAMIAN HEBRON, Director of the London Arts in Health Forum (LAHF) for the past 15 years, will leave the organisation in the autumn to take up a new role in Nesta’s Health Lab.
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The Gate Theatre in London has appointed LISE BELL as Executive Director. Previously a Producer at the Bush Theatre, she will join the organisation next month to replace JO ROYCE, who is leaving to...
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CAROL JONES has been appointed as editor of CultureHive, the Arts Marketing Association’s (AMA) online resource library. She was formerly Head of Consultancy in Wales for The Audience Agency.
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JOSHUA MCTAGGART has been appointed as Artistic Director and CEO of London’s Chelsea Theatre. He will step down from his current role as Artistic Director of the Bunker Theatre in September....
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ABIGAIL D’AMORE, former Chief Executive of Musical Futures, has been appointed as External Director to the board of Printed Music Licensing Limited (PMLL). A freelance project manager and...
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RASHMI BECKER, Founding Director of inclusive dance company Step Change Studios, has been appointed to the Sport England board for a 3-year term. She has more than 20 years’ experience of...
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New Perspectives Theatre Company, based in the East Midlands, has appointed NEALE BIRCH as a part-time Producer. From 2009 to 2017, Birch was Associate Producer at the Touring Consortium Theatre...
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Britten Sinfonietta has appointed ALICE WALTON to the new role of Communications Director. Walton, who will join the orchestra in September, was Marketing Director of the Philharmonia Orchestra from...
Artist Sonia Boué challenges a recent blog advising disabled artists on getting an exhibition, saying the tone is a “worrying sign that autistic artists are still not visible in disability arts”.
The BBC meets artist Pete McKee, who recently gave away artworks in exchange for food bank donations and says that the art establishment doesn’t “like the masses liking work”.
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Many children steer well clear of opera, but the artform has allowed primary school pupils in Norfolk to discover new heights of confidence and creativity. Genevieve Raghu explains how.
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Clare Edwards argues that commercial organisations can extend access to music education - without compromising on quality.
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A project in three Manchester secondary schools engaged students in discussions about mental health and enabled them to develop their own creative responses through dance and movement. Kevin Edward Turner tells the story.
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A training programme in Wales is helping teachers create environments of "constructive chaos" that their pupils can thrive in, reports David Baxter.
Behind the glamour, the arts sector can be tough, demanding and challenging to mental health. We need new protections and rights for performers, writes Luciana Berger, president of the Labour Mental Health Campaign.

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