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Russell Miller has discovered that thought-leadership, volunteering and ambassadorial-stewardship are all crucial elements in developing a patronage culture.
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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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John Gilhooly asks how a regular and enthusiastic audience can be persuaded to contribute to a campaign.
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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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Art prizes bridge the gap between college grant and long-term patronage, as Ann Bukantas reveals.
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New reports from DCMS and the London Mayor aim to cut carbon footprints in the arts.
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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 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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This book was first published in 1984 as ‘Using the Creative Arts in Therapy: The Power of the Arts Experience to Expand Human Horizons’, with a second edition in 1994 differently...
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Edinburgh Fringe Director Jon Morgan, previously Executive Producer at Contact in Manchester and before that General Manager at TAG Theatre Company, has stepped down from his role after 15 months in...
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In the light of growing recognition of and support for the outdoor arts, Frank Wilson looks to the future of this area of arts practice.
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A consortium formed to support open-air work is developing new ambitions, as Maggie Clarke reveals.
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The impact of Arts Council England’s (ACE) funding review earlier this year continues to be felt. Some organisations still stagger under the blows, while others have a Damoclean sword hanging...
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Rachel Clare talks about creating and curating outdoor events that have broken the mould and established contemporary performance outdoors.
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Alistair Wilkinson reflects on the ten-year transformation of Lighthouse and sees incremental change and staff involvement as key to the process.
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Edinburgh Festival and Fringe organisers have contrasting stories to tell as season closes.
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John Bultitude looks at some new techniques a venue can use to generate its own content for local media.
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Bridget Edwards introduces us to two men, one in his late teens and one considerably older. Both have served time in jail and both discovered the arts during their time there. They tell their own stories.
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An Open Weekend marking the launch of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad will be taking place from 26 to 28 September, the official start of a four-year celebration leading up to the London 2012 Olympic and...
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Sara Teiger looks beyond listings and shares some tips on how to get on the news agenda.
The Oska Bright Film Festival in Brighton, run by people with learning disabilities, has been voted the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded arts project and awarded a £2,000 cash prize at the...
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In the first of our new format for discussing management issues, Hannah Rudman explores new contracts for digital content.
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Whilst overall public engagement with the arts remained constant between 2005/06 and 2006/07, there were statistically significant year-on-year decreases in attendance at four types of arts event...
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A ‘Great Exhibition’ in the East Midlands, a celebration of the Paralympic movement in the South East and a range of ‘Big Dance’ activities in London are among projects to be...
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Law firm Walker Morris is to sponsor the inaugural exhibition at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, the largest free-entry contemporary art museum in the world, which is due to open on 9 October....

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