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Unfortunately the approach to print and design for the arts offered by Michael Smith, Evelyn Wilson and especially John Field is naïve and misinformed. (ArtsProfessional issue 44, pp9-11). Producing...
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?Telling a story which hasn?t been told ? the story of real people in Zimbabwe?. So goes the tagline for ?Born African?, a Zimbabwean production which recently played at Battersea Arts Centre. The...
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Louis Fleming is right to proudly draw attention to the Lowry and the Imperial War Museum on Salford Quays (ArtsProfessional issue 44, p8). I?ve visited the area and I was impressed (not so my Basque...
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Exporting the arts to any part of the world is difficult, says Sanjoy Roy. A new city, country or continent poses its own special challenges and most arts presenters wrestle with the usual first time...
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Geraint Talfan Davies, Controller of BBC Wales from 1990-2000, is the new Chairman of the Arts Council of Wales. He is currently Chair of Welsh National Opera and Cardiff Bay Arts Trust. Dundee Rep...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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Two of the Lottery fund distributors are to be merged, following an announcement by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell that the Government has decided to join the New Opportunities Fund and the Community...
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Title Director Organisation Brouhaha International How long in post? 7 months t: 0151 709 3334 e: giles@brouhaha.uk.com What does your organisation do? An arts and cultural development...
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Every primary school pupil in Scotland has been promised the opportunity to have free music tuition. The Scottish Executive is providing an extra £17.5m over the next three years to enable all local...
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The London Institute, the umbrella organisation for Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Fashion and...
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The future of Brecon Jazz Festival, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary, has been secured through a one-off grant of £381,000 from the Welsh Assembly. £111,000 will be paid to the...
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Although not due for completion until 2004, the shell of the new theatre in Kingston upon Thames will host an extraordinary Spring Season in its unfinished main auditorium this month, for audiences...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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A £1m scheme funding innovative arts projects that engage the public with medical and scientific advances in the field of biomedical science has been set up by The Wellcome Trust. In the first...
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Review by Nick Jones, who works on arts and cultural development projects in Cumbria and is a member of Cumbria Cultural Concourse (The Robert Gordon University 2002, ISBN: 1 901 085 69 4 £10.00 [£13...
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The Scottish Arts Council (SAC) is to rationalise its funding application processes and reduce the number of its Committees, whilst bringing in independent experts to inform decision-making....
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Title Information Manager Organisation Voluntary Arts Network How long in post? 4 years t: 029 2039 5395 e: ginny@voluntaryarts.org What does your organisation do? VAN is the UK...
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Draft guidance to help local authorities deliver proposed reforms of England and Wales? licensing laws has been published to aid debate about the Licensing Bill w: http://www.culture.gov.uk/...
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Duncan May reveals how a structured approach to promotional activity enables Ambassador Theatre Group to sustain a commitment to excellent theatre alongside commercial success. Scotland?s most...
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A city-wide project attempting to get the entire population of Bristol reading Robert Louis Stevenson?s Treasure Island is taking place as part of Bristol?s bid to become European Capital of...
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An audit just published by Penrith-based Eden Arts has provided a snapshot of arts and health projects across in Cumbria. The audit, which is to be distributed to the NHS Trusts serving the county...
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?Faltered States?, a collaboration between poetry promoters Apples...
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Lynn Blackadder dispels some of the myths of cultural volunteering, and explains how to get volunteer programmes right. Opinion remains divided as to whether arts organisations should set off down...
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Since the very early stages in its development, the Imperial War Museum North (IWM North) has aimed to appeal to people from all walks of life and to engender a sense of ownership among the local...
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The use of volunteers to help steward Front of House areas at The Lowry was always a critical element in its business plan, explains Victoria Talbot. The reasons for this were two-fold: to help keep...

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