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Covent Garden Festival has announced that it is to wind up, 11 years after it was first established. The announcement, made by Festival Director, Kenneth Richardson came after the end of a seven-year...
From issue 11
In many respects, Hazard Chase is not a typical artist management company, explains James Brown. Based in Cambridge, because of the generosity of my original partners in the venture who offered...
From issue 11
The arts and cultural sector is characterised and driven by different types of personnel Janet Summerton offers some refreshing new perspectives. In the past four years there have been various...
From issue 11
Barclays PLC is to become the largest ever business sponsor of the Royal National Theatre and sole sponsor of three major exhibitions at The British Museum, the National Gallery and Tate Britain. The...
From issue 11
Partnership working and long-term collaboration with venues can improve the working lives of touring artists, claims Chenine Bhathena. Recently I have been exploring working practices with numerous...
From issue 11
The Arts Councils of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales have introduced a flexible new approach to the funding of UK theatre, opera and ballet tours. The new strategy, which is to take...
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There has never been a more opportune time to produce a strategic plan for the development of arts workers across the UK, says Jane Fear. The new workforce development plan (WDP) will be used to talk...
From issue 11
One of the issues implicit in the current centralisation/regionalisation debate in the English arts funding system is drawn into sharp relief by the welcome announcement that the funding bodies in...
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Creative approaches are the key to delivering local and regional policy agendas, says Jean Laurie, and the arts should be at their core. The arts enable people to change places by physically stamping...
From issue 11
I hope you won't mind a small correction to your interesting feature on the competition hotting up to be Britain's European Capital of Culture in 2008 (ArtsProfessional issue 9, September 10,p5)....
From issue 11
Post: Associate Director IMG Artists Length of service: Ten years Email: kenticott@imgworld.com What does your organisation do? IMG Artists manages the careers of international conductors,...
From issue 11
Nicholas Hytner is to succeed Trevor Nunn as the Director of the Royal National Theatre, with effect from April 2003. Hytner was an Associate Director of the National Theatre from 1990 to 1997, and...
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ARTS CONSULTANTS Katharine Stuart Associates - Performing Arts Development Consultants. Development of arts in rurual areas, urban regeneration, programming, marketing, fundraising, business...
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The Arts Council of Wales has announced details of its new organisation structure, which will be headed up by incoming Chief Executive Peter Tyndall. He will lead a senior management team including...
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In a new collaboration between the Arts Council of England (ACE),the Hayward Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the Arts Council Collection of 500 modern and contemporary British sculptures is to...
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A desire for "impartial and informed advice on the applications" has led Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell to announce the setting up of an independent panel to advise the Government on the UK?s...
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The Minister for Lifelong Learning and Higher Education, Margaret Hodge, has announced a review of public funding of higher education research in the arts and humanities, to consider how the...
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A major deal between Clear Channel Entertainment and software supplier Artifax will see Artifax Event software run at 27 different UK venues, hosted at a single central location. The software is...
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With £24,000 of support from the Regional Arts Lottery Programme, Suffolk Arts Marketing is to identify, recruit, train and manage ten volunteers who will promote the arts to people living in rural...
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Review by Chris Bilton, Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick (Demos, 2001, ISBN 1-84180-045-7 £9.95 [£12.79 inc. p...
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Impresarios, agents, artist managers ? over the past century they have all worked tirelessly to give someone else an artistic career. Atholl Swainston-Harrison outlines the role of the artist manager...
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I?m a double bass player turned music consultant, artist manager and concert producer, writes Tom Croxon. I played for several London orchestras and did sessions for pop musicians, but never had much...
From issue 10
To help employers introduce more flexible working practices, The Industrial Society has released a video training pack, ?Get the balance Right?, which offers a series of practical steps towards this...
From issue 10
Details have been unveiled of new priorities for European funding through the Culture 2000 framework. The overall purpose of Culture 2000 is to promote cultural diversity by encouraging co-operation...
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ARTS CONSULTANTS Katharine Stuart Associates Performing Arts Development Consultants. Development of arts in rural areas, urban regeneration, programming, marketing, fundraising, business planning...

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