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Concern that arts bodies are not finding the organisation “as relevant and useful and productive as [it] should be” has prompted Arts & Business (A&B) to launch an online...
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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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Submissions are being invited for the £100,000 Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries 2009, the UK’s largest single arts prize, which recognises originality and excellence in museums...
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Four young artists have been selected by the Royal College of Art (RCA) to showcase their art on the labels of over 27 million bottles of Beck’s beer, being distributed nationwide from this...
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The Culture, Media and Sport Committee has announced an inquiry into the effects of the 2003 Licensing Act since it came into force in November 2005. It is seeking views on, among other issues, the...
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Greater expertise, increased co-operation with UK national governments and higher quality arts content should result from the new arts plan published by the British Council in the wake of extensive...
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Margate’s plans for a £17.4m seafront arts centre celebrating the artist JMW Turner’s links with the town have finally come to fruition after Arts Council England and the South East...
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How many arts organisations, especially Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs), and even more especially those which have recently ceased to be RFOs, will read about Arts Council England’s (ACE...
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The level of funding available for the arts has already been substantially affected by the 2012 Olympics, according to the 2007/08 annual review of Arts Council England (ACE), published this month....
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Twelve months on from the publication of Arts Council England?s national framework for arts and health, Damian Hebron assesses the progress the sector has made.
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A range of consultative opportunities, including open meetings, have been announced as part of the Arts Council England (ACE) Theatre Assessment. The Assessment has been commissioned by the Theatre...
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William Culver-Dodds reveals the people who have most inspired him.
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Lesley Fidler unravels the complex but potentially rewarding ways in which individuals can give money to charity.
Shakespeare’s Globe is launching its own record label, Globe Editions, aiming to reflect the creative ethos of the organisation and offer a new approach to the way that early music and spoken...
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ACE public engagement plan could affect RFOs? funding agreements and artistic policies.
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Anne-Marie Quigg asks whether arts professionals are too tolerant of bullying in a sector where such behaviour is rife.
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Marilyn Taft Thomas draws on her own experience and view of the arts to produce what is – as far as I’m aware – the first book on arts leadership. Its scope is ambitious: the...
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In a keynote speech at the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff, Alun Ffred Jones, the recently-appointed Minister for Heritage in Wales, has set out his vision for Culture and the Arts, emphasising the...
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Bullied first at school and later in a dream arts job, an ArtsProfessional reader tells us how it feels.
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Glasgow’s bid to join the UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation) worldwide Creative Cities Network as City of Music, launched in February this year with...
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Sergio López Figueroa?s project wasn?t originally about bullying, but the lessons of the past proved highly relevant to young people?s lives today.
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Flaws in Arts Council England’s (ACE) Investment Strategy and major issues concerning its communication strategy and practice have been exposed by Baroness Genista McIntosh in her review,...
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New opportunities, born of necessity, were the surprising outcome from a funding cut. Stuart Mullins explains.
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ArtsProfessional reveals the career paths of the sector?s senior managers.
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Arts Council England has confirmed that its North West regional office has signed a contract to move into new offices at The Hive in Manchester. Situated in the city’s Northern Quarter, The...

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