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Huntingdon Hall, the Worcester-based live music venue, is set to re-open Worcester?s Swan Theatre which closed as a producing house at the end of last month following the announcement of funding cuts...
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One of the joys of wandering into the foyer of any decent arts centre or small theatre is the plethora of posters advertising their current and future programme. Acres of A4, A3 and even A2 artwork...
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Five years after it was awarded £12.4m of Lottery funding, Shakespeare?s Globe has been praised in an independent review carried out on behalf of Arts Council England for fulfilling all of its...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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A £1m scheme funding innovative arts projects that engage the public with medical and scientific advances in the field of biomedical science has been set up by The Wellcome Trust. In the first...
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Review by Nick Jones, who works on arts and cultural development projects in Cumbria and is a member of Cumbria Cultural Concourse (The Robert Gordon University 2002, ISBN: 1 901 085 69 4 £10.00 [£13...
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The Scottish Arts Council (SAC) is to rationalise its funding application processes and reduce the number of its Committees, whilst bringing in independent experts to inform decision-making....
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Title Information Manager Organisation Voluntary Arts Network How long in post? 4 years t: 029 2039 5395 e: ginny@voluntaryarts.org What does your organisation do? VAN is the UK...
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Draft guidance to help local authorities deliver proposed reforms of England and Wales? licensing laws has been published to aid debate about the Licensing Bill w: http://www.culture.gov.uk/...
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Duncan May reveals how a structured approach to promotional activity enables Ambassador Theatre Group to sustain a commitment to excellent theatre alongside commercial success. Scotland?s most...
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A city-wide project attempting to get the entire population of Bristol reading Robert Louis Stevenson?s Treasure Island is taking place as part of Bristol?s bid to become European Capital of...
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An audit just published by Penrith-based Eden Arts has provided a snapshot of arts and health projects across in Cumbria. The audit, which is to be distributed to the NHS Trusts serving the county...
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?Faltered States?, a collaboration between poetry promoters Apples...
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Lynn Blackadder dispels some of the myths of cultural volunteering, and explains how to get volunteer programmes right. Opinion remains divided as to whether arts organisations should set off down...
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What is going on in the English local authorities? Hard on the heels of the demise of Worcester?s Swan Theatre last month following a City Council funding cut (apparently it may yet have a re-birth...
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Reviews by Stuart Buchanan, Director of zerogweb.net, a new media company servicing the arts. E-MARKETING By Simon Collin (John Wiley...
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Judith Isherwood (pictured), previously Director of Performing Arts and acting Chief Executive Officer at the Sydney Opera House, is to be the new Chief Executive of the Wales Millennium Centre....
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Title General Secretary / Director Organisation Association of Festival Organisers (AFO) / Mrs Casey Music How long in post? 16 years / 29 years t: 01629 760345 e: steve@mrscasey.co.uk...
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Yet another regional theatre is set to close following the announcement by the Executive Committee of Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) that it is recommending the closure of the 481-seat...
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Vanessa Hart gives a personal view of the challenges facing local authority venues attempting to balance the demands of funders with the needs of audiences. Arts budgets within local...
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Concerns over proposals to make performance of secular music in places of public worship licensable throughout the country (see ArtsProfessional issue 40, December 16) have led to a change of heart...
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Scottish Arts Council (SAC) has announced its 2003/4 budget to support Scotland?s arts. The focus for its £60m fund has been placed firmly on providing additional support for its core-funded arts...
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Wilsthorpe Community School in Long Eaton, Nottingham has won an education award worth £15,000 from BT to help develop a virtual art project. BT gives away £100,000 every term to schools that use...
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The Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) is to become a fully-fledged UK-wide research council, funded by the Office of Science and Technology. The AHRB has grown significantly since its launch...
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The Arts Council of England and BBC English Regions have initiated a project entitled ?Roots? to generate a higher broadcast profile for African, Asian, Caribbean and Chinese arts and culture. 11...

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