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Where arts organisations take on staff an essential first question is to determine whether these workers are employed or self-employed, writes Mahmood Reza. This is called a ?status test?, and it...
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Persistently accused of ?dumbing down? by the chattering classes, the world?s most respected broadcaster sits precariously between the devil and the deep blue sea when it comes to arts programming...
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Kieran Cooper considers the alternative technologies that can help you keep in touch when you?re out of the office ?I?m away from my desk at the moment? As often happens, I?m writing this article...
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Tom Morris, Artistic Director of BAC since 1995, is to join the National Theatre as one of its two Associate Directors in January 2004. Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust has appointed Gemma...
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Edinburgh International Book Festival, established 1983 w: http://www.edbookfest.co.uk How it all began? Edinburgh?s festivals had everything ? the world?s best music, opera, dance, film, theatre...
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Full details of the roll-out of the government-funded Creative Partnerships programme have been unveiled. Nine new locations are due to be admitted into the scheme in phase 2, starting in 2004, and a...
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Organisation Independent Theatre Council Title Legal...
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The future management of Notting Hill Carnival is uncertain following an announcement by Arts Council England (ACE) that funding to the umbrella organisation that co-ordinates and promotes the event...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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The Film Council has published its first-ever yearbook, which includes comprehensive details of cinema-going in the UK. Statistics for 2002 reveal that the number of visits to cinemas reached 176m,...
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Laura Drane explores the need for professional development in the voluntary arts sector, and considers how appropriate provision can be made. Who are you calling an amateur? Given that the word...
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Last year I wanted to do some external training that would help me widen my knowledge in the museums and arts field, writes Hamish MacGillivray. My employer, Croydon Council, has a good job review...
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I started my career as a Box Office trainee, explains Samantha Budge. I had no arts management experience, and was fortunate that my line manager was happy for me to constantly ask questions about...
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Yorkshire Museums Libraries and Archives Council (YMLAC) is always on the look out for training courses to develop managers across its region, explains Neil Bennison. With this in mind, and tasked...
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The Leicester Haymarket Theatre, which is currently facing debts of around £450,000, is to close its building to the public while attempts are made to resolve its financial problems. A programme of...
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The central government social inclusion agenda has had an impact on heritage organisations as well as those in the arts. Sue Hayton reports on one project involving young people, which may provide...
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The fifth annual Refugee Week festival is set to take place across the UK, featuring over 300 public events including music, dance and visual arts from across the world, as well as theatre and film...
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Historic Scotland has produced an annual events programme since 1993 with music, drama and the arts forming an integral part of the agenda. The Events Unit exists, at least in part, to further the...
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The latest research from marketing:arts (p3) has neatly quantified something that arts marketers have been aware of ever since computerised box office systems enabled them to track precisely who...
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Ten years ago a contemporary arts programme began at the Wordsworth Trust, writes Will Carr. The programme has grown to incorporate three main strands: two writers and one artist currently hold...
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Lorna Dolan (pictured) has been appointed Arts Editor of The Financial Times. She was previously the newspaper?s deputy home news editor, and started at the FT in 1995 on the night news-editing...
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Television and radio have always presented huge opportunities for the arts. Recent controversy over the declining quantity and quality of terrestrial arts television make broadcasting, including...
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Scotland?s large-scale theatres have joined forces in an attempt to provide Scottish audiences with better access to a wider range of high quality arts and entertainment. The new partnership, known...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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The first ever Gulbenkian Prize for museums and galleries has been awarded to the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL), housed in the Galleries of Justice in Nottingham. A unanimous...

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