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There may be trouble ahead, but Pam Henderson can help you cope.
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Les Ebdon highlights opportunities for graduates to gain practical experience.
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Roger Tomlinson shines some light into the dark corners of ticketing technology.
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Demanding targets and high level of bureaucracy pose challenges for free ticket scheme
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The Arts Award may only be three years old, but it has come of age, says Diana Walton.
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Risks associated with the construction of the Wales Millennium Centre (WMC), (pictured)were handled well by the Welsh Assembly Government, but it was “not on top of continuing risks”...
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Craig Smith, Audiences Northern Ireland’s Media and Content Manager, is leaving to pursue an MA in Film and Photography. He has worked for the agency since 2004. Alison Forsyth (pictured) is...
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Yasmin Sidhwa explains how the Arts Award acknowledges established creativity.
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A specific artform has been named as a priority by Arts Council England (ACE) for the first time since the organisation began to set national strategy in 2001. ‘Visual arts’ has been...
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Every member of staff in one Swindon school is a trained Arts Award adviser, and 60% of students have registered for the award, reveals Joy Aldred.
The University of the West of England is developing a postgraduate-level course aimed at helping freelance artists/facilitators working with communities and within education settings to extend their...
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Have a think about the venue or venues where you or your organisation work. How much of those buildings are below ground? Victorian theatre? – probably a pit and a basement full of old scenery...
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Sean Egan explains how to avoid the legal pit-falls of allowing web-users to post their own content.
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Rebecca Walton surveys the work of the British Council in the light of its recent consultation.
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New reports from DCMS and the London Mayor aim to cut carbon footprints in the arts.
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A new centre for art and film, including an art gallery, two cinemas and the BFI Mediatheque, will open later this month in Derby. QUAD (pictured) was formed when two Derby-based arts organisations,...
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Your suggestion that Twenty:20 cricket might have lessons for the arts is spot on (Platform, AP177). And how refreshing it is to think that the arts might learn from other sectors without having to...
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A low-cost airline isn?t the most obvious role model for arts management, but lessons can be learned, as Howard Raynor points out.
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A company limited by guarantee with a new board and chief executive will take Creative Scotland into its final phase of transition, following an announcement by Scotland’s First Minister Alex...
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Provision of affordable studio space is threatened by economic and political issues, explains Val Millington.
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Welsh Heritage Minister, Alun Ffred Jones is that rare beast, a politician who doesn?t talk politics, as Catherine Rose discovers.
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An increase in both audience numbers and in the engagement and enjoyment those audiences feel is being sought in the Republic of Ireland through a partnership between the Arts Council/An Chomhairle...
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The pioneer organisation for artists? studios started small but is still flourishing, writes Mat Jenner.
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This usable and informative guide to seeking sponsorship should be handled with scepticism. I can stand the liberal dusting of Americanised corporate sugar – they don’t tell you stuff,...
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‘Living Spaces’, ‘Healing Spaces’, ‘Learning and playing spaces’ (pictured) and ‘Green spaces and unexpected places’ are the four priority areas...

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