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?visions?, the festival of visual performance, in collaboration with South East Dance has commissioned young graduates from the region to create short productions incorporating visual performance,...
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Moya Harris believes the opportunity to experience and enjoy the arts is a fundamental human right, and although being charged with changing the world through audience development presents a huge...
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Results just published from a major collaborative audience development project in the north west Midlands reveal that the ?Ticketware? scheme run last year by the Regent Theatre Stoke-on-Trent and...
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Under its new Artistic Director, Dr Luke Dix, the 2002 International Workshop Festival (IWF) will be presenting three weeks of professional workshops with leading international practitioners in...
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Brighton?s Komedia has been voted the Best Family Friendly Theatre in the South East?s first Theatre for Families Project. The award recognises the ?Kids@Komedia? programme, which encourages families...
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The Arts Council of England has published Arts in England: attendance, participation and attitudes in 2001, revealing levels of support for the arts and arts education among the adult population. w...
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London Arts, together with the National Touring Programme of the Arts Council of England, has compiled a National Venue and Promoter Directory as a resource for Black musicians and Black-led music...
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ARTS SERVICES Unit Communications Group - Arts specialists work as an extension of your Marketing team in contributing to sustainable audience development.We offer expertise in all areas of Media...
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?Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community [and] to enjoy the arts? according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 27. A great statement but...
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The challenge for Hertfordshire Museums? project ?Expanding Our Audiences? is to build a new audience from young people and families on low income, explains Laura Elliott. The project started in...
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There are two barriers stopping low-income audiences from becoming regular theatregoers: price and perception. The first is relatively simple to overcome, but the second is altogether trickier,...
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Review by Alison Coates, Freelance Arts Manager. (DSC 2002, ISBN 1 900360 99 3, £9.95 [£12.91 inc p...
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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has issued a strongly worded response to a major consultation exercise relating to the future development of the National Museums and Galleries of Wales (NMGW),...
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What can be achieved when people and organisations collaborate for mutual benefit? Andrew Kelly considers the advantages of pooling resources. The first job I had in the arts was working for Cultural...
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Landmark buildings across Brighton...
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?The real world?, a new report examining the state of the crafts sector in the South West, has concluded that makers should have better access to national resources and greater recognition from...
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Oxford Stage Company (OSC) has established a reciprocal promotional link with restaurant group PizzaExpress for its autumn production of After The Dance. PizzaExpress aims to encourage closer, local...
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The second Scottish Arts Marketers Forum takes place on October 31 in Edinburgh. Aimed at marketing specialists working in professional organisations across all artforms, the event offers the...
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BOOKSHOP SAM?s Books is a specialist supplier of books for arts professionals. For further information and invoicing, t/f: 01883 345011 e: books@sam-arts.demon.co.uk, w: http://www.sam-arts.demon....
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Should the starting point for audience development be the social agenda and the needs of potential audiences, or the desire to make the arts more widely available because the arts are ?a good thing...
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The image of academics isolated in an ivory tower is misleading, claims Alison Meyric Hughes. As in other professional academic disciplines, arts or cultural management academics involve themselves...
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The vital role that a university plays in the economy of a city or region has been studied extensively, explains Barry Taylor. What is less well researched is the interrelationship between a...
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As part of its strategy of forging links with the cultural institutions in the city, the Faculty of Art, Media and Design at the University of West of England (UWE), has embarked on a bold programme...
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Three years ago I arrived at Dartington College of Arts to take up a new post combining lecturing in Arts Management and developing the College's relations with the world of work, explains Mary...

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