From issue 48
?Only one thing afflicts me,? John Marston wrote to readers of his play The Malcontent, ?to think that scenes invented merely to be spoken should be enforcively published to be read?. Shakespeare...
From issue 48
Sean Egan considers the legal issues arising from the departure of members of staff, and the need to enter into compromise agreements. I am sure that every arts organisation has at some stage...
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As the UK Film Council announces a funding boost, distributing £325,000 of Lottery money to young film-makers, the National Audit Office (NAO) has published its report into the British Film Institute...
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Madness, it seems, is in vogue and black moods are the new black. And since links between mental illness and creative genius are nothing new, it makes sense that the connection is being explored,...
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Union Dance will be appearing as part of the decibel performing arts showcase from May 2-5 in Manchester. ?Permanent Revolution (V2R)? is a collaboration with multimedia artists Thomas Gray and...
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Clean Break Theatre Company provides a free, women-only programme of education and training for those who have been through the criminal justice and/or mental health systems, writes Martha Oakes...
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Ploughing through newspaper supplements detailing every possible outcome of the Chancellor?s annual Budget is a challenge that many of us prefer not to face. Yet one small detail of this year?s...
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I write in response to your article ?Fine words or hot air? (ArtsProfessional issue 46, March 24). Our document, ?Vision for Partnership?, states publicly for the first time that Arts Council...
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Jeanette Siddall, Director of Dance UK since 2000, will become Director of Dance at Arts Council England in June. Arts Council England has also appointed Tony Panayiotou as its first Director of...
From issue 48
ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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In the wake of protests by Irish artists over its cuts in arts funding, Belfast City Council has announced that it is to award grants totalling almost £658,000 to 37 of the City?s arts and heritage...
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A ground-breaking programme conceived by BAC, Warwick Arts Centre and a consortium of UK venues, is creating a new model for theatre on tour. The initiative, known as ?This Way Up?, aims to provide...
From issue 48
PricewaterhouseCoopers has confirmed that Bankside Arts Training Trust went into liquidation on March 11. Sources say that a significant number of freelance arts consultants and practitioners are...
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Research and development agency Métier has secured £400,000 from the European Social Fund towards a major research programme into diversity in the arts and media, forming part of their ?Creative...
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The Supermarket Symphony, by Barry Russell, was performed for the first time on Thursday April 10 at ASDA in Harpurhey, North Manchester. Local people, school children and ASDA staff joined members...
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A new poll commissioned for Arts and Business (A...
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Dr Fiona Spiers, Director of Development at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) confessed herself ?thrilled? with a new funding award of £3.5 million from the European Regional Development Fund and...
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Arts Council England, the Scottish Arts Council and the Arts Council of Wales have jointly commissioned a study into the ways that data about audiences might be better used within the arts sector as...
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Andy Lee explains how demystifying the funding system to encourage the widest possible range of people to apply for support has opened the door for the creative regeneration of Slough. Every other...
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Besides being Hampshire-based and showing mainly contemporary visual art, ArtSway, Aspex Gallery, The John Hansard Gallery, The Millais Gallery, Southampton City Art Gallery and The Winchester...
From issue 47
A set of seven CDs, the first of two boxed sets that will ultimately comprise the Complete Works of Frederyk Chopin, has been recorded by 73-year old entrepreneur Sir Ernest Hall, founder and...
From issue 47
Until recently, what we as artists could take from nature, and in particular botany, has been limited to what we can see with the naked eye, writes Rob Kesseler. Yet by rekindling the relationship...
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No doubt many organisations in the bright new era of increased funding will feel they have reached the end of a long uphill struggle towards financial stability. In fact, it?s only the beginning,...
From issue 47
Title Garden Designer Organisation Paradeisos ? Gardens for People (arts and gardens projects) How long in post? Self-employed for 6 years e: belladarcy@gardensforpeople.com w: http://www....
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Clive Caseley (pictured) will be joining Arts Council England as Executive Director of External Relations. He has been Director of Communications at the London Borough of Ealing since 2001 and...

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