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The planned implementation of resale rights for visual artists is being investigated by Parliament?s Culture, Media and Sport select committee. Under the terms of European Directive 2001/84/EC, as...
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Sales revenues from West End shows in 2004 were at their highest levels since records began in the 1980s, according to the latest figures from the Society of London Theatre (SOLT). The year also...
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Respondents to the consultation by the Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) on its document ?Culture at the Heart of Regeneration? have identified the need for a better evidence base with...
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A lobbying document to be used in the run-up to the forthcoming general election has been launched by the National Campaign for the Arts (NCA) following an 18-month consultation into what the arts...
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A seminar on the theme of community arts in health projects will take place on 16 March at Stratford Circus in East London, hosted by London Arts in Health Forum. The event will include...
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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...
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The Scottish Arts Council (SAC) has made savings of nearly £1m on its current financial year and has reallocated the funds to a wide range of arts activities. The £945,000 saving has been realised by...
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Howard Raynor extols the virtues of a step-by-step approach to managing change. When faced with a tough challenge or major upheaval there is a tendency to see the problem as something we can do...
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New research has highlighted the barriers facing minority ethnic-led independent film production companies. Referring to ?direct discrimination, ghettoisation and pigeon-holing?, the research,...
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While commuters looked on, twelve dancers from Rambert Dance Company performed London Underground?s first live dance performance. The event was organised by Visit London to raise the profile of the...
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Producers David Ian (for Clear Channel Entertainment) and Howard Panter (for Ambassador Theatre Group) have announced a new joint venture pantomime production company, First Family Entertainment....
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Amateur dramatics. Amdram. The very mention can trigger a supercilious sneer or a fit of condescending giggles among professional practitioners. But use the term ?voluntary? or ?participative? or ?...
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The inclusion of amateurs as part of the orchestral ?community? of musicians has for many years been an integral part of the work of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO), writes Baz...
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Concert attendance is at the heart of keeping classical music alive. Darren Henley previews a forthcoming event designed to tackle concert presentation. ?How can orchestras remain relevant to new and...
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Culture minister Tessa Jowell has suggested that Arts Council England looks to its own house to make spending cuts. Charles Morgan examines its record so far? Arts Council England (ACE) published...
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Dance and movement can play a vital part in encouraging children to address health and obesity issues and Creative Partnerships supports many such projects. Anna Jones from Slough outlines some of...
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An investigation into the economic impact of Edinburgh?s summer festivals has revealed that together they provide 2,900 full-time jobs and inject £135m each year into the Scottish economy. These...
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Teaser performances will accompany Motionhouse Dance Theatre?s new production of Perfect (pictured) in an attempt to attract new audiences to the company?s work. The additional performances, called...
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There is increasing evidence that dance can improve learning by drawing on the energy gained through movement. Julia Snow from Creative Partnerships, Norfolk introduces Norfolk Dance?s approach to...
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The debate about the meaning of cultural rights and how to safeguard them (p10) has been brought into sharp focus recently by the Jerry Springer and Behzti furor. In light of this, Globe Education?s...
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Creative Partnerships is a government- funded programme, delivered through Arts Council England, that aims to give schoolchildren in deprived areas throughout England the opportunity to develop...
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Currently Director of Projects and Estates at the Tate, Peter Wilson has been appointed by the Royal Shakespeare Company to lead the redevelopment of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford....
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10 February: Creative Uses of ICT Development day led by Collective Art Noise, offering hands on opportunities to try out different software packages/equipment and making creative links between...
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The creative industries are placed at the heart of London?s financial future in the Mayor of London?s new Economic Development Strategy, which lists a set of targets to improve the overall economic...
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10 February: Creative Uses of ICT Development day led by Collective Art Noise, offering hands on opportunities to try out different software packages/equipment and making creative links between...

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