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Artists, storytellers, actors and musicians took over the London Eye on midsummer?s day to promote fair trade and heighten awareness of trade issues in Africa in advance of the G8 summit. Nearly 2,...
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When the National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) meets for its annual conference in July, the theme of the conference will be ?Diversity?, reflecting its interest in promoting culturally diverse...
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St Andrews Day 2003, and a bold address from Scotland?s First Minister Jack McConnell declares that culture will be put to work in ?building a new and more confident Scotland?. Nearly two years and a...
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Gillian Bates muses on the potential impact of performance related pay. It?s always been pretty clear to me that most of us working in the arts and cultural sector place the love of it ahead of...
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The UK Audience Development Scheme, a £3m initiative to encourage cinema audiences to sample non-mainstream films has been launched by the UK Film Council. In 2004, there were over 170 million visits...
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Contacting the World, a pioneering initiative by Contact Theatre, is enabling twelve theatre companies from the UK and abroad to be twinned to work collaboratively over the Internet for an eight-...
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Edinburgh is world famous for its arts festivals and these festivals make a huge contribution to the city and to Scotland as a whole. Adrian Trickey examines how this effect can be quantified. Who...
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Alex Lambley looks at the impact Tate St Ives has had on Cornwall over the past ten years. In 1993, the partnership of Cornwall County Council, Tate Trustees, Penwith District Council and St Ives...
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Melanie Howard look to the future of arts marketing. Whilst some of the key drivers for change in recent years are well known ? such as changing household structures, the ageing population and...
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Sue Hoyle argues that, given time and support, training can help make great leaders. Try typing ?Leadership? into the search facility of Amazon?s website, and you?ll find over 16,000 books listed...
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RSC deal and Lloyd Webber theatre sale alters ecology of Theatreland The landscape of the West End has shifted over the past two weeks with news of two major deals. The future of the Royal...
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Kate Osborn offers a student?s perspective on postgraduate training. Last year I began a two year MA course at the London College of Communication, part of the newly-named University of the Arts....
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Belfast?s Lyric Theatre (pictured left), the only producing theatre in Northern Ireland, has received a boost to its plans to build a new theatre with an award of £6m from the Department of Culture...
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Arts management has changed dramatically over the past twenty years and in recent years, the way that managers are trained has changed too. Maeve O?Brien explains. A quick search on a postgraduate-...
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Adrian Trickey?s discomfort in emphasising the economic significance of arts events (p7) is understandable, but he is right not to let it stop him from using financial measures to bang the drum for...
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Arts Services Cultural Network - A membership scheme for the arts and creative industries in the Eastern region, offering access to facilities, training, space to meet and networking opportunities...
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Robert Hamlin (pictured), Director of the Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury for the past ten years, has announced that he will be stepping down next January. English Touring Opera has appointed Michael...
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The seventh in a series of articles looking at the work of Creative Partnerships around the country; this issue continues to look at the ways in which arts activity can impact on the teaching of...
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APe-mail, the FREE email arts news service from ArtsProfessional has just got EVEN BETTER... Did you know, every two weeks for the past four years ArtsProfessional has been publishing APe-mail,...
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There is a diverse range of creative science projects: here are a few? The Energy Project >> the whole of Year 8 at Stoke Newington Media Arts College have worked in partnership with SODA, a...
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Museums need to do more to get their collections on display and to improve access to the public, according to a new report, ?Collections for the Future?, which argues that museums need to share...
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An innovative scheme, which brings together science teachers and artists, is breaking down the division between science and the arts teaching. Kathy Pimlott explains how the project works. ?PAL?s...
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When approaching fundraising for specific developments, it is possible to leave a legacy of donors and investors prepared to contribute to an organisation?s future. Alice Devitt explains. When...
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A round-up of contemporary research and thinking on the use of cultural indicators has been published by the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA). The report...
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Nearly one third of all secondary schools have now been awarded an Artsmark, the Arts Council England benchmark that acknowledges commitment to the arts and provision of high quality arts education...

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