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One of the arts? most enduring commercial sponsorship relationships is due to end in July next year when BT releases its title sponsorship of the BT Scottish Ensemble (pictured) after a 10-year...
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Visiting Arts has updated its publication ?Cutting Through the Red Tape?, a guide to the practical issues involved in bringing artists in from overseas, such as work permits, visas, Foreign...
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Neil Blunt believes that formal training methods which address generalities with broad truisms can often be as unhelpful as they are expensive. He explains why mentoring offers an effective...
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In a formal setting in my mentor?s office, our first one-hour meeting destroyed all the comfortable certainties of my professional life, writes Barbara Woroncow. Probing questions and acute...
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Professor Brian Walker, Chairman of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI), has called on the new administration at Stormont to redress the chronic under-funding of the arts, following the...
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Title Honorary Vice-Chair Organisation The Maltings Arts Centre How long in post? Six years What does your organisation do? 320 seat performing arts venue with an intensive programme of...
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Immediate Theatre is celebrating an award of £5,000 for winning the Drugs and Alcohol category of the Community Care awards 2002. The award was made for ?Cracked?, a one-day awareness-raising...
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As part of this series reflecting different views on the nature of Audience Development, we approached the Arts Councils of Scotland, England, and Wales to share their views. Ros Lamont, Phil Cave,...
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The self-programmed part of the Brighton Festival, previously known as the ?Open? and the ?Umbrella?, has been re-titled ?Brighton Festival Fringe? following research that showed the original names...
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The latest project by Oily Cart Theatre Company, which launches its UK tour this week, is targeted at very young children. The project consists of 3 separate half hour plays, including ?Up in...
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A wide-ranging conference programme examining the management issues currently facing theatre venues is being supported by Tickets.com and hosted by venues in Cheltenham on February 27-28 next year....
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New research by the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) has found that the majority of the UK?s museums, arts venues, theatres, cinemas and tourist attractions effectively exclude Britain's...
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The Philharmonia Orchestra Community...
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The relationship between Board and Chief Executive is one which demands mutual respect if it is to enable the full energy and intellectual capacity of the organisation to be harnessed. David Fishel...
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?Non-professionals who interfere too much with the senior management, who are supposed to be the professionals and must be given the chance to get on with the job.? This was the definition of Royal...
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For 17 years Arts...
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Making an arts venue accessible to all is not just about installing ramps and lifts ? it can be just a case of designing readable leaflets and fliers. Stewart Coulter explains how developing an ?...
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At a national summit to agree a vision for the future development of relationships between the Arts Council of England (ACE) and local authorities, ACE Chief Executive Peter Hewitt has emphasised the...
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Getting to grips with what can seem such a complex and occasionally emotive issue as disability can be a daunting prospect ? one which the National Disability Arts Forum believes that many arts...
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Artists Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio have been engaged as resident artists to develop a major two-year public art project in Swindon. 'Celebrating Swindon? has been commissioned by ASDA...
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A national Internet guide to accessible art galleries has been launched online at http://www.goodgalleryguide.com, writes David Gilbert. The Good Gallery Guide, funded by the New Audiences Programme...
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The impact of changing the name of the ?unprogrammed? element of the Brighton Festival to ?Fringe? (p3) should be evidence enough to silence anyone who doubted the power of language to convey - or...
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As well as offering audio description services in theatres round the UK, Vocaleyes has spent the last 12 months exploring the development of audio description for visually impaired visitors to...
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I am currently in the process of writing my final year dissertation in Marketing Management at Coventry University. The general topic is audience development, but the title focuses on the impact of...
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Review by Maureen McCulloch ACA, a Financial Manager and Freelance Trainer in the arts and voluntary sector (DSC, 2002, ISBN 1-903991-17-X £19.95 [£23.43 inc p...

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