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The East Middlesbrough Education Action Zone was set up in 1998 to help schools raise their achievement levels, explains Amanda Smith. Its commitment to the arts developed through a relationship with...
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The Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah!?s ?Silas Marner? project is a four-part programme of interactive theatre at the heart of Richmond Hill Achievement Zone?s broad-reaching initiative to raise...
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The National Audit Office Wales (NAO) has published a swingeing attack on the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) for its handling of the Lottery grant awarded to Cardiff ?s ill-fated Centre for Visual Arts...
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In July 1999, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre became the first theatre in the UK to sell tickets online. Kate Cripps explores the bewildering range of ticketing opportunities offered by the Internet.
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The Royal College of Music has announced the launch of its Benjamin Britten International Opera School, which will be dedicated to helping talented individuals develop their potential for becoming...
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Bespoke solution Advantages ? system can be designed to match the client?s precise needs, including full integration with existing branding and/or web properties Disadvantages ? total cost of...
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Press releases glow with news of sparkling new Lottery buildings opening, but the resounding silence that ensues if they fail to deliver their promise is deafening. So three cheers to the National...
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In the last couple of decades of the 20th century most people have associated incubators with babies; but in the first few decades of this century, they will be associated more with business...
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UK arts and disability organisation Shape has been joined by Steve Mannix as its new Chief Executive. He joins the organisation from the lesbian and gay campaigning organisation Stonewall, and prior...
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Some things to think about prior to signing up?. 1 Get to know the incubator manager. This person could be crucial to the success of your business. Good ones will save you time and money and...
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Bill Starling has missed the point. (ArtsProfessional issue 13, November 5). Youth Music?s Instrument Swap Scheme will help mend all those damaged instruments cocooned in school cupboards. We?ve been...
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Sheffield?s Cultural Industries Quarter (CIQ) is a 30 hectare area on the edge of the city centre zoned in 1988 for businesses in cultural production, explains Simon Evans. In a city better known...
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In the 2001 Arts...
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The real forces that make ?creative clusters? work and thrive are not necessarily always understood, says Robert Sakula. The essential power comes from the individuals who have been drawn together...
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A multimedia CD-ROM on public art, aimed at primary schools, has scooped the title of ?Interactive Media Project of the Year? at the national AV Industry Awards. ?Black Country Route Sculptures?...
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ARTS SERVICES St Helens Creative Industries Initiative : http://www.creative-in-sthelens.org Database of artists and creative industries; Commercial and domestic commissions; Arts in education;...
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Birmingham Hippodrome, which closed for re-development in February 2000, has re-opened to the public. The £29m development project has enabled the venue to make significant improvements to...
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Title: Music Animateur Name of Organisation: The Music Zone Length of service: One and a half years Phone: 01752 366400 Fax: 01752 367630 Email: info@themusiczone.org.uk Web: http://...
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Aiming to address the artistic needs of the culturally diverse communities in its region, West Midlands Arts (WMA) has launched a new action plan for Black and Minority Ethnic arts. The action plan...
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A new art project is filling the advertising space on a Piccadilly Line tube train with works by 42 contemporary artists, poets, photographers, fashion designers and musicians. Gavin Turk, John...
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The winners of the first annual Jerwood Circus Awards, awarded to aspiring and talented circus creators to create new shows or acts, have been announced by Lord Puttnam, Chairman of the National...
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?Cultural Exchanges?, a week of talks, performances and exhibitions, is taking place from November 19-23 at De Montfort University, Leicester. The event includes a talk by Hilary Carty, Director of...
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Review by Rosalyn Fry, arts marketing consultant and trainer (Arts Marketing Association, 2001, ISBN 1903315042 2001 £10 [£12.50 incl p...
From issue 13
' Tate Modern, which has welcomed over 7 million people since it opened eighteen months ago, has been awarded the first ever Prime Minister?s Award for Better Public Building. Now the most popular...
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Businesses have long been aware that by placing their logo on a programme or poster for an arts event they are increasing the awareness of their product or service, writes Colin Tweedy. At the same...

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