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When it comes to maximising fundraising potential, the arts has often lost out to other sectors. This need not be the case, argues Alice Devitt. Traditionally, the charity sector has outshone the...
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From Rebecca Morland, Administrative Director, Bristol Old Vic Thank you for a fascinating, and depressing, article about salary levels in arts organisations. Im sure Im not alone in finding it...
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A pledge by Welsh Culture Minister, Alun Pugh, to earmark £250,000 towards the development of a new theatre and cultural centre for Merthyr Tydfil, and a further £250,000 to support the development...
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A ground-breaking refugee theatre season taking place in Manchester later this month is proving to be a sell-out success. The Exodus Onstage season is the first theatre festival in the UK to...
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A new data-sharing partnership between 24 Hour Museum and tourism agency VisitBritain means that the latest information on museum and gallery events will be incorporated into all of the 46 websites...
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Musicians should be forced to tell audiences if they are miming and music should be made a core curriculum subject in schools, according to a new report commissioned by the Musicians Union (MU) and...
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The Government has given the go ahead for the development of a National Skills Academy for the Live Performing Arts and Music to be based in Thurrock, Thames Gateway. The academy will offer...
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An in-depth analysis of theatres social impact has attempted to identify the factors which can help companies achieve specific personal, communal or political purposes. The research, commissioned...
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Scotlands non-national museums and galleries are to be recognised for the first time through a new scheme that aims to make sure that important collections are identified, cared for, protected and...
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Thousands of artists around Britain are struggling to produce work in difficult conditions. Matthew Rooke looks at what constitutes a decent workspace for an artist. If you are an arts...
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Moving into new workspace can make all the difference to an arts organisation. Sarah Kennedy and Tim Wheeler assess the impact of Mind the Gaps move into a new home. At 18 years old, Mind the Gap is...
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Anna Rubycz lets us in on her online haunts. 1. http://www.enyan.co.uk Cheeky I know...
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Millennium Commission wound up as body is created to distribute Olympic cultural funds. All remaining funds in the coffers of the Millennium Commission will be handed over to a new consortium of...
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This week sees the launch of a major provocation paper examining the place of education and learning in our national and regional performing arts and cultural organisations, published by Mission,...
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Anthony Gormleys controversial artwork in Crosby, Another Way, is among six pieces to be supported by an investment in large-scale iconic art in the North totalling £13m. Other artworks chosen...
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Our salary survey feature in issue 132 reported average full-time arts sector salaries for the UK as a whole. But what if you live in London? Or in Scotland or Wales? What might you expect to be in...
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Whatever the immediate outcome of the forthcoming spending round and the funding allocation that ultimately wends its way to the arts, one thing is certain: in the future, there will be more arts...
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ArtsProfessionals salary survey has revealed the disparity between wages in the arts and other industries. Low salaries mean many arts workers are eligible for tax credits, but not all who are...
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CONSULTANTS Crystal Clear Communication Make it sharp, make it sparkle! Consult Victoria Neumark, arts/education journalist with 25 years' experience, to hone communication for your organisation....
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A two-year, Euro2m action research programme examining the touring issues facing all artforms has been launched by Irelands Arts Council, in an attempt to establish the most effective way of...
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An £80,000 grant from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation is enabling Creu Cymru to launch a new scheme to support performing arts tours across Wales. The Inventive Promoter project will create a new touring...
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CONSULTANTS Open Evolution - Arts Consultancy for the Emerging Participatory Culture Strategies for participation and inclusion, research...
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The way in which the arts sector is organised and arts organisations are run is being debated as never before. Jon Harris looks at business structures in the arts and argues that arts organisations...
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It is a common practice for corporations to sponsor well-established arts organisations. Michael Jaxa-Chamiec argues that they should devote more attention to the benefits offered by involvement in...

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