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A consultation exercise to examine how the cultural sector could prepare a larger pool of potential leaders and how existing leaders could improve their performance has revealed widespread concern...
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macrobert has been involved in many co-productions, some of which have been inspiring and brilliant, while others have left us feeling used and abused, says Liz Moran. Our initial interest in co-...
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The Music Centre Gateshead has unveiled details of a £6m sponsorship package by The Sage Group plc., an international supplier of accounting and business management software and services which...
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I couldn?t believe it when Alan Orme from East England Arts told me that the Junction CDC (Junction and Cambridge Drama Centre) had been awarded £70,000, says Carrie Carruthers. It forms part of East...
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Confirming what many of us had long suspected, the Clore Duffield Foundation (p1) has put its finger on the crisis that exists at the highest levels of management of the arts. There is a broad...
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Many arts organisations are also registered charities. The principal advantages are the tax breaks, rate relief and access to funding. The disadvantage is the need to comply with charity law. The...
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David Byers is to take up the post of Chief Executive of the Ulster Orchestra. David, who has been a long-serving member of the Orchestra's board, recently stepped down as Chief Producer, Music...
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Your editorial (ArtsProfessional issue 29, p2) implies that the Arts...
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Britart was founded in December 1999 with the goal of making it easier for consumers to buy quality original art. The company, which sells art both on- and offline has taken advantage of the...
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The first-ever National Audit of Scotland?s Museums and Galleries, commissioned by the Scottish Executive as part of its National Culture Strategy and carried out by the Scottish Museums Council (SMC...
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Glassmaker Della Tinsley is one of that rare breed, a commercially aware designer, writes Theresa Simon. Despite the fact that she was selling to very high profile outlets, such as Barneys (New York...
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An information service offering help and advice relating to ticketing technologies is to be hosted by the Arts Marketing Association in collaboration with nine other umbrella bodies that collectively...
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On Saturday May 11, the Djanogly Art Gallery at the Lakeside Arts Centre in Nottingham played host to the East Midlands Contemporary Art Auction, writes Neil Bennison. Now in its eighth year, the...
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Three week-long residential arts marketing courses are to take place in Scotland during 2002/3 through a new initiative funded by the Scottish Arts Council. Aiming to provide the opportunity for...
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Buying original art and craft is not an activity that comes naturally to a lot of people. I wonder whether ?art? is still seen largely as something you go and look at in a public gallery ? not...
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Canary Wharf Group plc has won the Special Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Art in the Working Environment in the 2002 Art...
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Title General Manager Name of organisation Theatre Cryptic How long in present post? 5 years Phone 0141 354 0544 Email claire@cryptic.org.uk What does your organisation do? We are an...
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S 20°57? E 164°41?. France, New Caledonia. Mangrove swamp of Coeur de Voh. The Natural History Museum has extended the opening hours of its first ever outdoor exhibition, Earth from the Air (http...
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Cultural Diversity Forums for African, Asian and Chinese arts have been launched in the north east of England by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell MP when she visited Newcastle for a preview of the...
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A conference dedicated to governance and designed for board members and senior staff from the non-profit sector has secured support from Northern Arts, which is to help arts organisations who they...
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Resource:The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries has co-published, with the Heritage Lottery Fund, a new report on the state of the UK?s museums and galleries. UK Museums Needs Assessment...
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A new call for funding applications to Culture 2000 for projects starting in 2003, has been announced, with deadlines in October 2002. Cultural organisations may submit proposals for either 1-year or...
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Theatre has a problem, writes Charlotte Jones. It is failing to attract audiences from the breadth of British society, and failing to recruit a diverse range of people to work within it and carry...
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Poet John Davies - aka Shedman ? has been penning poems from a specially built wooden garden shed inside the Booth Museum of Natural History in Hove, as part of the celebrations for national...
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