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The arts education offered by 377 schools has been recognised in the first round of Artsmark awards, the new national arts award scheme for schools run by the Arts Council of England.The aim of...
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London Arts has launched a Cultural Diversity Action Plan which challenges arts institutions in the capital to develop new audiences and artistic programmes that reflect London?s cultural diversity....
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Please can you tell everybody about a great place to have meetings in London. It is between Euston Station, and Euston Square underground and is extremely cheap! The Meeting Place is a 1930's type...
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A training CD ROM for early years practitioners is using abstract painter David Royle?s recent exhibition at the Pitshanger Manor Gallery, as a catalyst for introducing the visual arts to the very...
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Following a radical programme of internal reform, the Maltings Theatre and Arts Centre in Berwick-upon-Tweed is celebrating a new financial support package from Barclays worth over £22,000. The...
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In her review of ?Arts For All? Their Policies and Our Culture? (ArtsProfessional issue 4, p12) Mary Schwarz asks whether anyone remembers the National Arts and Media Strategy. I do, and so do many...
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Aurora Nova Festival at the Edinburgh Fringe is promoting a whole venue programme along with a new way of performing, which will enable high quality international physical theatre and dance to be...
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Review by Andrew Breakwell, Director of Roundabout...
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The Voluntary Arts Network has established, Voluntary Arts England, which will work to support all kinds of voluntary arts activity across the country. The new agency, supported by the Arts Council...
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ARCHITECTURE Ash Sakula Architects ? Listening, drawing, thinking help. Fast track projects/mighty or miniscule budgets/converting boilerhouses/ rearranging rabbit warrens/call us/ Cany Ash t: 020...
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The New Opportunities Fund, which distributes National Lottery money to health, education and environment projects across the UK, has announced its latest round of awards, including £67,000 for a...
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Title Director of Operations Name of Organisation Jubilee Arts c/PLEX Project How long in present post? 18 months Address Jubilee Arts c/PLEX Project 3rd Floor, West House, Lombard Street...
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A major research programme to investigate the issues and problems associated with the management of friends and membership schemes is to get underway this summer. Originally scheduled to take place...
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A series of one-day workshops enabling those in the creative industries or social sectors to take an in-depth look at the relationship between their professional and personal lives are being held in...
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Are you ready for digital exploitation? Peter Byard outlines the latest developments for the arts in TV and the new media, and urges performance companies to get in on the act. No one will have...
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Launched in December 2000, Artsworld was set up by its founders to replace the ever-dwindling arts representation on terrestrial TV, writes Ruth Barker. As well as acquiring performance and...
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Classic FM started broadcasting nine years ago, explains Charlotte Rosier, and now more than six million tune in every week. Added to that are 401,000 children aged 4 to 14 who listen for more than 1...
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According to a recent survey from Research Surveys of Great Britain, 23 million people regularly attend voluntary arts and crafts events. Why do these people give up their personal time, make a...
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Oily Cart, the national touring theatre company from South London that works with children with profound and multiple learning difficulties, has been awarded the top prize in the Arts, Culture and...
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The Music Zone is a unique community education initiative, which offers an innovative, forward-thinking approach to music making, explains Matt Griffiths. The project is currently part of Plymouth...
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The fact that out of the thousands of schools across the UK eligible to apply for the Government?s Artsmark accreditation, only 387 have bothered to do so (p1) is a particularly depressing one. It...
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Rage is a West Midlands-based theatre company, formed in 1996, which makes professional theatre affordable and accessible to as many people as possible, writes Owen Radmore. We had been looking into...
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Gwen Hughes will join the Arts Council of England in August in a new post as Head of Classical Music within the Music Department. Currently Head of Classical Music Online within BBC Radio and Music...
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When the Blue Elephant Theatre opened in June 1999, it had no funding but it sprang into life anyway, remembers Antonio Ribeiro. The determination, enthusiasm and effort of a small group of...
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The Association of British Orchestras (ABO) has launched a partnership with e-learning specialists ActiveSkills.com, to provide a range of low-cost management training courses over the Internet. The...

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