From issue 78
Whilst working in a variety of arts organisations I have had to learn the art of being adaptable to change; to lead change and not be a victim of it, says Jill Low. However, nothing could have...
From issue 78
Musicians, arts practitioners and education providers are being encouraged by the government to join with the Musicians? Union, the Teacher Training Agency, Arts Council England, Youth Music and...
From issue 78
?How clean is your house?, is an addictive TV programme. I think it?s because Kim and Aggie, who transform unbelievably untidy homes into sparkling show houses, do dole out good advice, observes Sara...
From issue 78
Young people?s theatre companies from all over the world are descending on Manchester this month, as part of a new initiative by the British Council and Contact Theatre. The Contacting The World...
From issue 78
AP_78_11.jpg} Heather Newill considers ways of avoiding difficulties with capital projects. Wrong place, wrong time, wrong design, wrong builders, wrong customer, wrong stone... ! These are just...
From issue 77
Millionaire sportswear entrepreneur, Tom Hunter has donated £5m to Kelvingrove Art Gallery (pictured) to build a new education wing. Up to £1.6m has been made available by The Hunter Foundation (...
From issue 77
An audit of the levels of activity in Irish language and Ulster Scots artforms has culminated in the publication of a report that makes a number of suggestions as to how Northern Ireland?s indigenous...
From issue 77
The 24 Hour Museum?s kids zone website, at http://www.show.me.uk, has won the award for best Arts, Culture and Heritage project at the Charity Awards 2004. The site displays digital content from...
From issue 77
Given the increase in international presentations in the UK over the past thirty years, and issues such as cultural diversity and globalisation frequently being addressed in the arts, is there an...
From issue 77
Stage Exchange is a new programme taking place in Yorkshire and the Humber region, which aims to enable venues and touring companies to develop long-term relationships beyond the often frustrating...
From issue 77
Libex, the international job-exchange scheme for library and information staff, acts as a clearing house for those who are interested in arranging job exchanges with library staff in other countries...
From issue 77
Developing and sustaining a cultural network requires patience and a clear set of priorities. Stephen Cashman reflects on the establishment of The Network of Audience Development Agencies, and the...
From issue 77
The London Arts in Health Forum (LAHF) is a London-based network of health and arts professionals. As the field of arts in health has become more diverse and more widely appreciated, the need for a...
From issue 77
Fears are mounting that a renewed era of financial instability for the arts could undo the progress in audience development and artistic creativity that has been made over the last four years. Arts...
From issue 77
Theatre Writing Partnership (TWP) is an initiative that is completely unique to the East Midlands. Funded by the region?s producing theatres (Derby Playhouse, Leicester Haymarket, New Perspectives...
From issue 77
Ambitious plans to improve facilities for customers, visiting artists and staff at Belfast?s Grand Opera House have been unveiled, together with details of a new fundraising scheme that will see a...
From issue 77
NETWORKING CULTURE: THE ROLE OF EUROPEAN CULTURAL NETWORKS by Gudrun Pehn (Council of Europe, 1999 ISBN 9 2871 3925 3 £7.50 [£10.25 inc p...
From issue 77
It is unfortunate that Government paranoia about statistics means that the headline figure being much quoted in the evaluation of the New Audiences Programme is the 800,000 people who have supposedly...
From issue 77 Opinion
Munira Mirza thinks anti-racist policies in the arts can sometimes fuel racial tensions rather than appease them.
From issue 77
John D?Arcy has been appointed Chairman of the new Audience Development Agency for Northern Ireland. He is currently Chief Executive of the Association of Northern Ireland Colleges and also a...
From issue 77
Gillian Bates takes a look at the lighter side of life and work as a freelance in the arts. I have never before exercised my democratic voting rights in my pyjamas, having just finished off the...
From issue 77
The Chair of the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment has stepped down in response to a government-led review into potential conflicts of interest at the advisory body. Sir Stuart...
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Name Michelle Woo Title Project Co-ordinator Organisation ArtOffice (formerly known as Art Project Management) e: michelle@artoffice.co.uk How long in present post? Eighteen months What...
From issue 77
The Scottish Arts Council (SAC) has declared that efforts to establish a Public Arts Development Agency (PADA) are ongoing despite the closure of the Scottish Sculpture Trust (SST) which was,...
From issue 77
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