From issue 176
Lesley Fidler unravels the complex but potentially rewarding ways in which individuals can give money to charity.
From issue 176
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....
From issue 175
Alun Ffred Jones has been appointed Culture and Heritage Minister to the Welsh Assembly, following the resignation of the flamboyant and sociable Rhodri Glyn Thomas, whose achievements include...
From issue 175
The Arts Council needs to take a closer look at how it deals with identity and ethnicity, according to a new report from the theatre sector launched this week. ‘Speaking Truth to Power –...
From issue 175
During 2007, there were 13.6 million visits to the theatres in London’s West End, smashing records by a full 10%, according to the annual report of the Society of London Theatres (SOLT)....
From issue 175
Information on access, legislation and terminology concerning disability has been made available through a new website developed jointly by Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic...
From issue 175
An exceptional archive, charting over 20 years of Talawa Theatre Company, Britain’s foremost Black theatre organisation, is being made available to the public for the first time. ‘...
From issue 175
Arts Council Wales (ACW) is working to ensure the future of theatre in Bangor as Theatr Gwynedd announced that it will close in October. Based at Bangor University, the theatre has been affected by...
From issue 175
I hope that François Matarasso, the distinguished practitioner of community arts, won’t object to my adapting the title of his book for this comment piece. He was – rather...
From issue 175
ArtsProfessional reveals the career paths of the sector?s senior managers.
From issue 175
Nicola Bell introduces us to a new approach to assessing engagement and learning.
From issue 175
Benedetta Tiana has been appointed as a new Heritage Lottery Fund London Committee Member. She is a freelance museum consultant, contributing to museum strategies in Italy, France and Slovenia and...
From issue 175
Louise de Winter shares the results of a survey on levels of confidence in private giving.
Draft legislation to ensure all apprenticeships are of a uniform high quality has been announced by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. The legislation will ensure schools provide...
From issue 175
Is Margaret Hodge a ministerial angel, a canny operator, or both? Catherine Rose tries to find out.
From issue 175
Arts and education organisations should do more to fulfil the UN?s Rights of the Child
From issue 175
Excluded young people can find a route to formal educational qualifications through performing arts organisations, as Diana Hillier reveals.
From issue 175
Abigail D?Amore gives an update on a personal learning scheme that could have an impact across the curriculum.
From issue 175
The first recipients of the Breakthrough Fund, set up specifically by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to invest in exceptional individual arts entrepreneurs at an early stage of developing their ideas,...
From issue 175
Arts organisations could find it more difficult to host artists from outside the European Economic area once new UK immigration rules take effect. The National Campaign for the Arts (NCA) has carried...
From issue 174
Talking to Shadow Arts Minister Ed Vaizey a couple of weeks ago (see AP173), we uncovered the extent to which the Tories are considering remodelling the respective roles of Arts Council England (ACE...
From issue 174
Continuing a series of occasional interviews, Catherine Rose catches up with Phil Redmond somewhere near the Mersey Tunnel for news of the European Capital of Culture.
From issue 174
Regional Cultural Consortiums to go as changes to DCMS regional delivery are announced.
From issue 174
It?s a crucial time for arts organisations to become involved in Local Area Agreements, urges Richard Erwin-Jones.
From issue 174
Cultural buildings were well represented among the 16 winners of the annual RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) awards. As well as making awards to three dedicated arts spaces – the...

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