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From Dave Windass As a regional arts journalist and a reviewer for The Stage I read with interest Sue Robertson?s thoughts on the role of the critic (ArtsProfessional issue 70, March 22, p5). No...
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With the Disability Discrimination Act coming into full force later this year, what more can arts venues be doing for artists and customers with disabilities? Roger Nelson explores a great many...
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Collusion Theatre has been working with young people with additional needs since the company?s inception in 1999. The experience we have gained led to the company hosting a recent conference on...
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The purpose-built Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford on Avon opened in 1998, committed to creating and sustaining opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in and enjoy...
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Government plans to streamline the Lottery distribution process have been approved by the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee but concerns are mounting that the diversion of...
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Venu Dhupa and Nicola Turner explore the forces that create the hostile status quo faced by achievers from ethnic minority groups. The barriers to leadership are many ? the lack of a coherent...
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Scottish Youth Theatre (SYT) has unveiled plans for a purpose built home in the Merchant City area of Glasgow at the Old Sheriff Court. The building, which has been derelict for several years, was...
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What a timely coincidence that Keith Morris, who runs the Theatre in Wales website, is a contributor to this week?s ArtsProfessional (p10). His vociferous online community has been busy this week,...
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David Fine reflects on the passion that underpins successful online endeavours. Where is the life we have lost in living? Where is wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have...
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Rachel Brown has left the Royal Shakespeare Company marketing department to join Huntingdon Arts in Worcester as Marketing Manager. Paul Collard is stepping down as Chair of Arts Council England,...
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21st birthday established 1983 e: mail@cardiff-arts-marketing.co.uk How it all began? In the Spring of 1983, John Matthews established what was to become the model for arts marketing consortia...
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A one-off grant of £100,000 by the Welsh Assembly Government has been made to enable Clwyd Theatr Cymru to resurrect its mobile touring theatre and present 20 performances in smaller, non-traditional...
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The Theatre in Wales website began nearly nine years ago, writes Keith Morris. It was an attempt to fill the massive vacuum that existed at that time for any information at all related to performance...
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Pre-budget proposals to outlaw the application of Gift Aid to museum admission charges (ArtsProfessional issue 68, February 23) have been put on hold pending a period of consultation which will run...
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From Gloucester to Cornwall, Moving Image Education (MIE) hubs are evolving throughout the South West, explains Richard White. Screenings of media made by young people, seminars that link into the...
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Trinity College London, the sister organisation of Trinity College of Music, and Guildhall Examinations, the external examinations division of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, are to merge....
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June 1 will be a key date for all voluntary organisations working in the arts. Sean Egan explains why. In December 2003, Customs...
From issue 70
Norman Quirk, Executive Director of Scottish Ballet, is leaving to set up a new radio station for Saga Radio in Glasgow. Clara Suess, Press and Marketing Assistant for Scottish Ballet, has been...
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With a wide range of art fairs in the UK from the traditional to the contemporary, is there sufficient demand to ensure their viability? Carolyn Burnett explores the marketplace for fine and...
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From Nigel Lavender, General Manager, Oval House I read ?News from the Nationals? (APe-mail 52, March 2) with a more personal interest than usual last week, as Oval House had just sent press...
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Would you buy art over the Internet? Most people would probably answer no, says Rick Goodale. But surprisingly, some people do buy original art despite not having previously seen it in the flesh, so...
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An independent audit to review potential conflicts of interest at CABE (The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment) will focus on the Chairman of CABE, Sir Stuart Lipton, who is also...
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The Glasgow Art Fair is firmly established as the place to view, buy and sell art in Scotland, and this year?s fair will feature 53 galleries from around the UK, writes Cristina Armstrong. Research...
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Welsh National Opera?s (WNO) forthcoming move to the Wales Millennium Centre (WMC) in Cardiff Bay, its first ever home theatre, will enable the company to make significant reductions in its ticket...

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