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The Government has published the Lottery Bill in an attempt to cut the costs of distributing Lottery funds. The Bill, which is likely to be pushed through parliament before an anticipated spring...
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A call for papers has been issued by the Centre for Tourism...
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Marketing live performance presents many challenges, especially when the work is perceived as being ?difficult?. Martha Oakes offers some advice. Last spring, I gave a one-day seminar on selling...
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Over recent years, there has been a positive increase in venues? support for new writing for children, an increase in the number of performances booked and of venues taking risks with non-...
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New technology offers exciting new ways of making art ? and also of selling it, notes Haroon Mirza. Online galleries are increasingly able to compete with traditional spaces. However, artists can...
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Helen Wills, Creative Director, Merseyside celebrates a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme for the education and creative sector and outlines its significance. From the beginning...
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From Simon Kensdale, Wigan Creative Industries Officer Virginia Haworth-Galt laments the fact that an arts project for young people could be labelled as ?Cash for Yobs? by the press (ArtsProfessional...
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Debate about the future of arts funding in Wales has gained pace, with Eleanor Burnham AM, culture spokesperson for the Welsh Lib Dems, presenting to the Assembly the party?s opposition to proposals...
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From Maureen Lehane Wishart, Artistic Director, Jackdaws Educational Trust In your feature on Creative Partnerships (ArtsProfessional, issue 85, November 1), I am mildly surprised to read one...
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Own Art, a new national interest free loan scheme, has been launched by Arts Council England (ACE). It offers interest free loans of up to £2,000 towards the purchase of new contemporary art in 250...
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Ocean, London?s largest independent music venue and home to several community music projects, has gone into voluntary administration. The Hackney venue is now undergoing a restructuring review with...
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Watersmeet Theatre in Rickmansworth is to close in January, following an announcement by the Watersmeet Trust that the venue is not viable without a guaranteed revenue subsidy. The Watersmeet Trust...
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Edinburgh?s eleven festivals have formed a lobbying body to present the case for sustained support in the face of a perceived threat from emerging festivals in Britain and internationally. The...
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Scooter Marketing ? comprising illuminated billboard trailers towed by Vespa Granturismo scooters ? is set to take to the streets of London in a new initiative by print distribution company London...
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A not-for-profit initiative by Arts Corp International aims to promote online trading and access to international markets for artists, by enabling them to sell work without any overheads or...
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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...
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Christopher Gordon considers the implications of the 'No' vote in the North East for UK cultural policy. The arm's-length (renamed the 'wrist's length' by Raymond Williams in...
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Gillian Bates muses on a missed opportunity. I must confess I was completely bewildered as to why there was recently a vote for a Regional Assembly in the North East of England. If the good...
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The enlargement of the European Union (EU) this year has given a dynamic new perspective to cultural co-operation in Europe. Rod Fisher explains how one European body is working to increase...
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The exercise currently being undertaken by Arts Council England (ACE) to explore opportunities for the arts in rural England offers a chance to make the case for the scale, quality and range of...
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Kieran Cooper picks his way through the minefield of choosing IT support. Alongside the many IT problems afflicting arts organisations that I have discussed over the past two years, the issue of...
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The way in which public art is commissioned has evolved over the past few years, but Maggie Bolt believes there is still more for commissioners to think about. Art in public, public art, art in...
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A new set of benchmark standards for museums and galleries has been published by The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA), to encourage greater emphasis on the needs and interests of...
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?Street theatre is perceived as jugglers with dirty trainers? announced some peevish Natural Theatre Company blurb some years back. Nowadays the public?s vision of street arts has moved on to...
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A hands-on, interactive gallery providing a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the theatre world is at the heart of the new Wales Millennium Centre (WMC), which opened last week. The exhibition,...

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