From issue 79
The Victoria Art Gallery is owned and operated by Bath and North East Somerset Council and sits alongside the Roman Baths and Museum of Costume in the Council?s Heritage Services Division, writes...
From issue 79
A new task force is set to tackle the issues arising for arts and creative businesses because of rapid developments in technology. The Creative Industries Forum on Intellectual Property will...
From issue 79
Earlier this month, Eureka!, the museum for children in Halifax, launched an interactive music gallery called SoundSpace, writes Katy Conway. The new gallery utilises interactive technology...
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If the government?s spending review (p3) was an attempt to impose what the Chancellor describes as ?prudence with a purpose?, the question arises yet again about the place of the arts in his grand...
From issue 79
Gordon Burnett previews a forthcoming international conference that will examine this developing artform: the new craft. Craft practice is undergoing a revolution. Hybrid practices are blurring...
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Joyce Branagh, previously of the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, is joining Watford Palace Theatre as its first Literary Director. The new Finance Manager at Britten Sinfonia is Jenny Reed, who...
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Kieran Cooper looks at the complexities of software licensing. Of all the IT issues I?ve written about in this column, the subject of how organisations pay for the computer software they use...
From issue 79
From David Staples, Managing Director, Theatre Projects Heather Newill offered good advice to arts managers and administrators planning and managing capital projects (ArtsProfessional issue 78, July...
From issue 79
Arts Services Creative Futures website ? promote your organisation, advertise your vacancies, work placements and projects free. CV?s and portfolios of students and graduates from CADISE partner...
From issue 79
The National Lottery Distribution Fund, which holds Lottery funds for good causes, has stockpiled reserves totalling over £2.5bn, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO). The...
From issue 79
Name Peter Garden Title Head of Programmes Organisation 4Children t: 020 7512 2112; e: peter.garden@4children.org.uk How long in present post? 8 months What does your organisation do?...
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The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) will be selling £5 tickets to young people for all 150 performances in its forthcoming London season at the Albery Theatre from November 2004 to May 2005. The new...
From issue 79
Sir Christopher Frayling, Arts Council England Chairman, warns of the implications of the Government?s 2004 Spending Review for the arts in England. Where culture is concerned, the immediate...
From issue 79
A new national agreement outlining terms and conditions of employment for administrative staff working in performing arts organisations, has been successfully negotiated by the Independent Theatre...
From issue 78
?The Greater Game: Sport, War and Peace? is an exhibition at Imperial War Museum North (running until November 1) that looks at how sport can bring sides together, writes Emma Parsons. The Museum...
From issue 78
Freight, a Glasgow-based design consultancy, was looking for an imaginative way both to promote its creative design skills and to support the arts, writes Jane Macfarlane. The company?s creative team...
From issue 78
Arts organisations are accustomed to innovation and entrepreneurship, two ingredients central to change. However, many organisations prove vulnerable to transition. Graeme Jennings looks at how...
From issue 78
Whilst working in a variety of arts organisations I have had to learn the art of being adaptable to change; to lead change and not be a victim of it, says Jill Low. However, nothing could have...
From issue 78
?How clean is your house?, is an addictive TV programme. I think it?s because Kim and Aggie, who transform unbelievably untidy homes into sparkling show houses, do dole out good advice, observes Sara...
From issue 78
Musicians, arts practitioners and education providers are being encouraged by the government to join with the Musicians? Union, the Teacher Training Agency, Arts Council England, Youth Music and...
From issue 78
AP_78_11.jpg} Heather Newill considers ways of avoiding difficulties with capital projects. Wrong place, wrong time, wrong design, wrong builders, wrong customer, wrong stone... ! These are just...
From issue 78
Young people?s theatre companies from all over the world are descending on Manchester this month, as part of a new initiative by the British Council and Contact Theatre. The Contacting The World...
From issue 78
Arts Services Creative Arts East. Arts Round-up: publicity distribution Service from 100 to 1000 outlets. Artefax: arts direct mail service. Get yourself noticed! Contact: communications@...
From issue 78
The gods may be smiling on Greece at the moment but the problems being experienced there in the run up to this summer?s Olympic Games should not be ignored, as London redoubles its efforts to host...
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Name Amelia Clarke Title Individual Giving Manager Organisation National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (NYO) e: a.clarke@nyo.org.uk How long in present post? Three and a half years...

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