From issue 21
The Dome Concert Hall in Brighton, which was due to re-open on February 24 after a £22m re-building and refurbishment project, finally opened its doors for the first time on March 2 with two...
From issue 21
Title: Administrative Director Name of Organisation: Richard Alston Dance Company Phone: 020 7387 0324 Email: chris.may@theplace.org.uk How long in present post? Four years What does your...
From issue 20
A programme mix that will include new drama, world cinema, literature and cultural debate is to be launched as part of the BBC?s free-to-air digital channel BBC Four, due to launch next month. Roly...
From issue 20
Protection of intellectual property was considered for a long time to be a dull and technical subject and something that most people in the white heat of creation would worry about later, writes...
From issue 20
A four year project to bring to bring music to local communities across the UK has been launched by City of London Sinfonia (CLS) in partnership with March...
From issue 20
The Arts Council of England has announced the recipients of six dance fellowships worth £30,000 each. The fellowships have been awarded to Mark Baldwin, Matthew Hawkins, Bode Lawal, Liz Aggiss, Pit...
From issue 20
It is useful to distinguish between Property and Intellectual Property (IP) for the purposes of insurance, explains Mark Boon. Insuring artwork, recordings and film falls under the heading Property,...
From issue 20
Subject to clarification on a range of technical details, the Regional Arts Boards (RABs) around the UK have agreed in principle to transfer into the Arts Council of England (ACE), and a new single...
From issue 20
A report of a three-year scheme to raise the profile of and access to traditional music within Scottish tourism has concluded that traditional musicians can give a boost to the tourist experience in...
From issue 20
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra has received a major confidence boost with an increase in its revenue grant from Liverpool City Council, from £100,000 this year to £800,000 in 2002/3. As...
From issue 20
A series of games to help engage children with music-making have been published in a new guide, ?Music for Everyone?. Aimed specifically at play-workers, many of whom can?t read music or play an...
From issue 20
The 6th National Street Arts Meeting will take place at the newly-refurbished Dome Complex in Brighton on May 9 and 10.The event is aimed at artists, producers, directors, funding bodies and local...
From issue 20
ARTS SERVICES St Helens Creative Industries Initiative: http://www.creative-insthelens.org Database of artists and creative industries; Commercial and domestic commissions; Arts in education;...
From issue 20
In the UK we have a huge and inspiring range of summer schools ? from the distinctly specialist to the fairly general, from the small and intimate to those that bring together hundreds of...
From issue 20
Scottish Opera For All (SOFA), the Education and Outreach Unit of Scottish Opera, has presented consistently high quality performances by children and young people as a culmination of its annual...
From issue 20
Oakham International Summer School (OISS), running now for three years, is the Tallis Scholars? summer school at Oakham in Rutland. It came into being after a masterclass at Stamford Arts Centre in...
From issue 20
A £9m state-of-the-art gallery has been opened in Oldham, marking the completion of the first phase of Oldham Council?s plans to develop a Cultural Quarter in the town. The Gallery will house...
From issue 20
Summer school is an opportunity to turn up the heat: an intensity of experience in which the participants have to really engage with each other as individuals and in a group, work, writes Deborah...
From issue 20
A cry often heard from arts organisations working on community-based projects is that sponsors are simply not interested in their work. We assume that the corporate world is only interested in glitzy...
From issue 20
It is pouring with rain and the mist has obscured the view across the hills and out to the sea. You are part of a group of twenty or so performers, writers and directors pressing along ancient...
From issue 20
In ArtsProfessional issue 19 (p4) you mention the ?Culture Online? report published by McKinsey...
From issue 20
Review by Madeline Hutchins, Trainer and Consultant (Directory of Social Change, 2001, ISBN 1 900360 88 8, £7.95 [£10.67 inc p...
From issue 20
Siobhan Kenny is to be the new Director of Strategy and Communications at the DCMS. She is currently Director of Strategic Communications at the National Magazine Company. The Arts Council of...
From issue 20
The development of the Internet has presented lawyers with a host of new legal challenges, many of which are unresolved. Josh Smith considers the measures that artists and art galleries need to take...
From issue 20
As the Arts Council of England?s £40m ?Creative Partnerships? initiative prepares to launch in April, the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) has revealed research findings which...

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