From issue 93
The world?s first digital screen network is to be established in an £11.5m deal between Arts Alliance Digital Cinema (AADC) and the UK Film Council. Designed to broaden the range of films available...
From issue 93
Sarah Wiseman established the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in 1997 as a means of making original art available at affordable prices. ?Taste Buds highlighted for me the main conundrum faced by many...
From issue 93
The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) has taken over management of the Theatre Royal Glasgow from Scottish Opera in a deal that is expected to save the beleaguered national company some £250,000 a year...
From issue 93
Festival and Events Management: An international arts and culture perspective Edited compilations of articles by a number of specialists in management disciplines are increasingly becoming the...
From issue 92
The National Gallery was the most visited museum in Britain last year and the second most visited tourist attraction after Blackpool Pleasure Beach, according to figures prepared by the Association...
From issue 92
Susan Ashmore wonders how we quantify the impact of arts projects in criminal justice settings. When Jack Black?s eccentric teacher in ?School of Rock? wanted to impress on students his antipathy...
From issue 92
Welsh National Opera (WNO) has opened its inaugural season at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay. The company?s spring and summer seasons in Cardiff are already almost sold-out. 28,000 seats...
From issue 92
From Simon Daykin, General Manager, Pegasus Theatre, Oxford Reading Simon Kensdale?s very personal view of arts managers (AP issue 91, 14 February), do I detect a hint of bitterness and resentment as...
From issue 92
A new guide to help street arts and circus promoters deal with the new Licensing Act has been published by Arts Council England, in partnership with the Independent Street Arts Network, Circus Arts...
From issue 92
From John Matthews, Director, Matthews Millman As consultants, we have detected a growing trend for potential clients to indicate budget prices as being inclusive of VAT. For consultants who are VAT...
From issue 92
Arts Services Microguide ? Independent advise on IT systems and applications. Impartial, pragmatic and cost effective advise on IT strategy, user requirements, software and supplier selection and...
From issue 92
From Tim Baker, Director, Baker Richards Consulting Ltd The recent Office of Fair Trading (OFT) ruling about the advertising of ticket prices (AP issue 91, 14 February) is absurd and the sector as a...
From issue 92
A battle is raging between arts for art?s sake and the role culture can play in social inclusion. Helen Gould suggests the tide is turning. The year 2004 was a landmark year in the long revolution...
From issue 92
Jim Duckett, Information Officer at aliss (Artists and Learning Information and Support Service) selects his pick of the net. 1 http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk This is a great website with...
From issue 92
Tina Carter explains how different communities and artists are coming together through a project in Kent. Expressive Feat Productions has been commissioned with its partners to deliver a large-...
From issue 92
Alice Devitt bemoans the poor pay and lack of support for arts fundraisers, and proposes a way forward. While drinking with some old arts fundraising lags I cattily observed that the best place...
From issue 92
Dancers United is an annual dance event at Plymouth?s Barbican Theatre, bringing together community and professional dancers from the region. Catharine Milner charts its evolution. Dancers United...
From issue 92
Chair of Arts Council England warns of Government attempts to ?amputate the arm?s- length principle.? Sir Christopher Frayling, Chair of Arts Council England (ACE), has used the publication of a...
From issue 92
Gillian Bates contemplates the prospect of smoke-free theatres. This smoking ban is beginning to bite isn?t it? Sometimes I think smokers working in the cultural sector are like the last warriors...
From issue 92
An exhibition of artwork by young people in response to Tate Britain?s Turner Whistler Monet exhibition is being displayed in the gallery?s Manton Entrance until 15 May. The work, including a piece...
From issue 92
The third in a series of articles looking at the work of Creative Partnerships around the country, this issue focuses on the different ways that music and rhythm are introduced into all areas of the...
From issue 92
Sir Christopher Frayling reveals a sensitivity to recent accusations of ?inefficiencies? at Arts Council England (ACE) in his recent RSA address (p1). It isn?t entirely clear whether his reference to...
From issue 92
Music has been used in many and diverse ways in creative learning projects: here are a few that show the range of work. An Opera for Tees Valley >> In partnership with Northern Stage, this year-...
From issue 92
Jeremy Newton (pictured), founding Chief Executive of NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts), has stepped down after seven years in the job. The Deputy CEO, Janet...
From issue 92
There is increasing evidence that percussion and rhythm can impact on students with a range of learning needs, writes Siobhan O?Neill. Castle School in Walsall is a school for students with a range...

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