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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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The first ever Gulbenkian Prize for museums and galleries has been awarded to the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL), housed in the Galleries of Justice in Nottingham. A unanimous...
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A practical guide to setting up and running arts projects in the community, has been published by Slough Borough Council. The guide, Art...
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Research just published by Coventry-based marketing:arts suggests that arts venues have been achieving disappointingly low levels of customer retention, with 64% of bookers having attended a venue...
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In recognition of its groundbreaking work in the field of theatre for children, theatre-rites is to be supported over the next three years by The Baring Foundation. The funding will enable the...
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The Museums Association (MA) has published proposals for a new scheme under which every school child would have the opportunity to participate in a paid-for visit to a museum or gallery every year....
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Applications are now being invited for a new award from NESTA, the National Endowment for Science, Technology. ?Dream Time? awards are designed to give individuals with outstanding track records the...
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Laura Drane explores the need for professional development in the voluntary arts sector, and considers how appropriate provision can be made. Who are you calling an amateur? Given that the word...
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Last year I wanted to do some external training that would help me widen my knowledge in the museums and arts field, writes Hamish MacGillivray. My employer, Croydon Council, has a good job review...
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I started my career as a Box Office trainee, explains Samantha Budge. I had no arts management experience, and was fortunate that my line manager was happy for me to constantly ask questions about...
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Yorkshire Museums Libraries and Archives Council (YMLAC) is always on the look out for training courses to develop managers across its region, explains Neil Bennison. With this in mind, and tasked...
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The trouble with skeletons is that they have an untimely habit of jumping out of the cupboard, just when you think that the door has finally been bolted. Arts Council England (ACE) quite rightly...
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Anna Southall, who joined Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries as its Chief Executive in October last year, is stepping down due to family reasons. Chris Batt, Deputy Chief...
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A damning report revealing the practical and social obstacles faced by families with a severely disabled child when visiting arts and tourism venues has been published by the charity Mencap. ?Arts...
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A wide ranging internal review of the British Film Institute (bfi) is set to take place following the publication of National Audit Office report criticising the extent to which the organisation has...
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Hothouse, a £2m arts complex supporting creative and cultural industries, has opened in Hackney, east London, providing a new headquarters for the award-winning arts charity Free Form Arts Trust....
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A number of major London-based arts organisations whose future grants from the Association of London Government (ALG) were under threat, have been reprieved following a climb-down by the ALG Grants...
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A catalogue featuring hundreds of titles from the British Film Institute (bfi) collection that feature disability, has been published with a view to promoting greater understanding of disability...
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Today?s society is dominated by image, as multi-national businesses compete to produce the biggest, sleekest brands. To win the attention of the public, the arts must now compete with Odeon or Big...
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Rewind. Its April 2001 and I?ve just ended a year-long trawl around thirty London design agencies to find the best one to design a new London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) logo, writes Karen Cardy. Its...
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When an organisation like the Arts Council considers changing its identity you know it is going to be headline news. And it was. The story of the Arts Council?s new logo was given a half page in...
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A contemporary visual arts education project with special educational needs schools in an inner city London borough has provided a useful opportunity to evaluate the benefits and weaknesses of such...
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Mid Pennine Arts responded to the requests of local teachers to manage an event which would have a specific focus on literacy. The event would allow local children to work alongside professional...
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The experience that we have gained at Devon Arts In Schools Initiative (DAISI) shows that once a two-way relationship has been built with a school ? both listening and suggesting projects to meet...
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Organisation West Yorkshire Playhouse Title Creative Education Manager How long at WYP? Since 1997 t: 0113 213 7290 e: lisa.parrott@wyp.org.uk What does your organisation do? The Arts...

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