From issue 70
Birmingham Arts Marketing (BAM) is extending its remit to serve the whole of the West Midlands and has been renamed Audiences Central. The new agency will have a regional brief to develop the...
From issue 70
What exactly is the role of the critic? In a world where objective absolutes are impossible, Sue Robertson suggests we should re-evaluate our expectations of critical appraisal. When Vladimir and...
From issue 70
The authors of a new series of marketing guides outline the issues behind their titles. First in the series, Mel Jennings explores ambassador schemes. Suddenly everyone seems to be thinking about...
From issue 69
The RSA Art for Architecture scheme has closed after 13 years, following the reallocation of funding by The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) to a new £500,000 programme to...
From issue 69
The Tate website has won a BAFTA in the Best Online Factual category at the Interactive Entertainment awards. The awards, now in their sixth year, are designed to reward achievements across the new...
From issue 69
Wakefield Theatres? new fundraising campaign has received an early boost with the donation of a new play by John Godber. Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, which draws on Godber?s own experiences growing up...
From issue 69
Taking The Lead, a training course for Black and Asian individuals working in performing arts management, is being presented by the Independent Theatre Council. The day long course is on March 12 at...
From issue 69
Great Answers to Tough Marketing Questions By P R Smith (1999, Kogan Page, ISBN 0-7494-3018-4, £12-99 [£15.09 inc p...
From issue 69
It doesn't matter how creative your copy, perfect your print or exciting your event... if your direct mail lands on a dud doorstep you may as well throw your budget in the bin! Rachel Hunnybun...
From issue 69
30th anniversary Association of Illustrators, established 1973/74 e: info@a-o-illustrators.demon.co.uk B>How it all began? A small group of illustrators and agents formed the Association of...
From issue 69
The National Endowment for Science, the Arts and Technology (NESTA) has been praised in a National Audit Office (NAO) report for the rigour of its funding decisions and the management of its awards...
From issue 69
The Bridewell Theatre is to be found just off London?s Fleet Street, in a building which was originally a bath complex for the local print workers, writes Adrian Salmon. It dedicates itself entirely...
From issue 69
Accountants have been found to be the best read profession in a survey commissioned for World Book Day. The survey found that accountants spend an average of five and a quarter hours a week reading...
From issue 69
It?s hard when you fall between two stools, not least because it hurts, but also because it?s difficult getting back on your perch. This is made even harder when you?re a small arts centre on the...
From issue 69
It?s a red letter day when the National Audit Office (NAO) says nice things about a body involved in the arts ? not least because it isn?t afraid to dish out the harshest of criticism when it is...
From issue 69
Arts Services Creative Arts East. Arts Round-up: publicity distribution Service from 100 to 1000 outlets. Artefax: arts direct mail service. Get yourself noticed! Contact: communications@...
From issue 69
ChangingFaces Catherine Holden (pictured), currently Head of Communications at the Natural History Museum, has been appointed Director of Marketing and Development at The National Museums of...
From issue 69
Continuing our series of articles on leadership, Catherine Rose reflects on the debate at last month?s ?Art of Leadership? conference. I don?t know whether it was meant as an omen, but the train...
From issue 69
From Paul Harman, Artistic Director of CTC Theatre The Creative Partnerships scheme was well promoted in the last issue of ArtsProfessional (Issue 68, February 23); but instead of millions being...
From issue 69
The Welsh Assembly Government has issued a detailed remit setting out the role it expects the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) to play in the delivery of its strategic agenda, ?Wales: A Better Country?....
From issue 69
Can arts-based professional training actually help business performance? Tim Stockil argues that training devoted to exploring natural creativity can have a significant impact on team-working,...
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As a child I hated being laughed at, writes Gerry Thompson. But after a while I began to discover that making people laugh was a powerful and influential pursuit ? and even enjoyable. Eventually I...
From issue 69
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has launched Musical Futures, a £2m project to develop a tool-kit that will help local education authorities and schools to overcome teenagers? barriers to music education...
From issue 69
OSJ Soundynamics, a partnership between Orchestra of St John?s and the creative arts charity Create, was developed from the work we do through our OSJ Offstage education and community programme,...

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