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Quantifying the success or failure of arts events is increasingly important for arts organisations and is often undertaken by consultants. Jess Tyrell asks what organisations can expect from this...
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Cheryl Butler offers a local perspective on what makes dance provision work for young people, whether theyre on their way to the top or are simply dancing for health and enjoyment. The key to...
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With the launch of the Audience Data UK (ADUK) website, Cathy Morris and Angela Tillcock offer some ideas about how to make best use of the vast amount of information that arts organisations collect...
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Komedia, a privately owned and privately financed arts and entertainment organisation, has been high-lighted in a report by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister as a role model for town centres to...
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Januarys annual rush to book overseas summer holidays to lift the post-Christmas gloom has been pre-empted in an innovative deal between the Oldham Coliseum and the Co-op Travel group. Audiences...
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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has announced that Cardiffs Sherman Theatre and new writing company Sgript Cymru have begun negotiations about a merger, and a number of other arts organisations in...
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Flight Paths, a pioneering Refugee Training Programme developed by Lyric Hammersmith, has been awarded the Home Offices top 5 Star rating and Beacon status. The programme enables exiled and refugee...
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ARTS SERVICES Microguide - Independent advise on IT systems and applications. Impartial, pragmatic and cost effective advice on IT strategy, user requirements, software and supplier selection and...
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Religious protest at arts events is often seen as polarising artists and religious believers. But Abid Hussain argues that the two can support each other. The much-publicised religious hatred...
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An arts festival in a city church helped local residents to see the church in a new light, explains Laura H. Drane. A week of something for everyone is how Roger Hill, the Rector of St Anns Church...
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Churches can often be a focal point for rural arts activity says Terry Miller. Rural arts activity in the UK is on the increase, yet there is a common assumption that most art happens in towns and...
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Arts Council England annual review shows a mixed picture of efficiency savings countered by increases in costs elsewhere. Efficiency savings totalling £1.36m in 2004/05 have been announced in Arts...
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Fran Graham of digyorkshire.com provides her pick of the portals. 1. http://www.howstuffworks.com Do you know what a podcast is, what 3G really means, how potato guns work or what happens to make a...
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Work has begun on a dedicated carnival arts centre in Luton, which is due to open in 2007. The £6.2m centre will provide education, training, workshops, seminars and showcase performances, as well...
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In the last of this years features focusing on Creative Partnerships, Matt Little gives his personal perspective on how creativity impacts on regeneration. Applying for a job in my late 20s, I...
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Arts Council England (ACE) is a body that does a lot of good for the arts. Over recent years it has done admirable work supporting artists from diverse backgrounds and from all regions, and after...
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Email is now an essential part of the marketing mix for many arts organisations and has the potential to be truly viral  much like word of mouth, except faster, simpler and easier to measure....
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The Almeida Theatre has appointed Jane Macpherson, previously Theatres Marketing Manager at the Lowry, as Head of Marketing. Cherry Williams is the new Marketing Assistant. Cultural planning...
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Properly harnessed, viral marketing offers a range of opportunities to arts organisations. Tim Gibbon looks at some of the ways viral marketing can be managed. Viral marketing has come a long way....
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From Roger Tomlinson, ACT Consultant Services Bill Thompsons article about Web 2.0 and your editorial worries about foot-dragging arts organisations being slow adopters of new technology (AP issue...
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Hans de Kretser celebrates the impact of personalised viral marketing campaigns. If youre reading this because you want to join the army of people with white wires trailing from their ears, then...
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As a result of changes in Lottery legislation, the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) is setting Lottery funding priorities for the first time. In the past, Lottery distributors have been presented with...
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In the first of a new series on arts issues and local authorities, Paul Kelly explains how cuts to councils arts budgets will affect everyone in the arts. Incremental cuts over several years are...
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Individual giving to the arts has increased by 18% over the past two years and now stands at £244m annually, according to a new report. Together with business donations and investment from trusts and...
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Viral marketing is taking off in the arts and yet it is still legally a grey area, with little legal precedent to work on. Sean Egan looks at the legal position. Viral marketing has so many...

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