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Sometimes it helps to be a parent, writes Carol Jones. I can?t remember if it was Shreddies, Minibix or maybe even Golden Grahams, but one day early last year I found a round, mini CD-Rom attached...
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The former chair of Northern Arts, has died at age 65 after a short illness. George Loggie was involved in the work of Northern Arts for over twenty years and was formerly Chair and President of the...
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Trinity College of Music is experiencing a new lease of life since its relocation to the Christopher Wren site of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, writes Emma Kendon. Our new home is...
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Membership of the new 15-strong Council for England?s yet-to-be-named arts funding organisation, created by the merger of the Arts Council of England and the English Regional Arts Boards, has been...
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The Arts Council of England?s Contemporary Music Network (CMN Tours) is a funder and producer of 10 to12 contemporary music projects each year, writes Marcel Jenkins. Established in 1971 by Annette...
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Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell has announced the composition of the panel that will assess the 12 cities bidding to become European Capital of Culture in 2008. Sir Jeremy Isaacs, former Chief...
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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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Three new Lottery capital projects have been given the go-ahead by the Arts Council of England, which has announced a £4.3m grant for the refurbishment of Watford?s Palace Theatre, £2.4m to...
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This week, ArtsProfessional welcomes Heather Newill, Director of the Arts, Entertainment...
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The Artsmark award, which is made by the Arts Council of England to recognise schools that have made a strong commitment to the arts and developed a range of arts provisions for pupils, has been...
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Title: Audience Development Officer Name of organisation: Bury Art Gallery...
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Launching its 2001 Report at its annual lunch last month, the Theatrical Management Association (TMA) Chair, Maggie Saxon reiterated the growing links between itself, the Independent Theatre...
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Further details of a new scheme which will provide over £2m of Lottery money to help young people gain access to performing arts productions have been announced by the Millennium Commission. Aiming...
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The Arts Council of England has published new strategies on Street Arts and Circus including a commitment to increase funding available through its National Touring programme by 15%. Informed by...
From issue 27
I read your front page ?Arts cash squeezed as sponsorship plummets? with interest (ArtsProfessional issue 25, May 6). I work for a small company in Kent that sells scientific apparatus to schools and...
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The United Nations? Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 31 may state that every child has the right to participate freely in cultural life and the arts and that member governments should...
From issue 26
Arts minister Tessa Jowell has attributed a 36% reduction in domestic burglary and 18% reduction in ?youth crime? on some high crime estates during summer 2000 to a scheme offering 13-17 year old...
From issue 26
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....
From issue 26
A BBC initiative offering opportunities for 13-19 year olds to develop an interest in art, dance, music or film is taking place until the end of September. The project, known as ?Blast?, aims to help...
From issue 26
Title: Web Development Manager Name of Organisation: Sadler?s Wells Theatre Phone: 020 7863 8102 Email: hans.dekretser@sadlerswells.com How long in present post? 18 months What does your...
From issue 26
Now in its 13th year, Imaginate, the Bank of Scotland Children?s International Theatre Festival, is set to offer 78 performances by 12 theatre companies from 7 countries in 3 theatres in 10 days....
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Education dialogue begins The Scottish Arts Council has established an Education Forum comprising a group of respected academics, artists and educationalists. Chaired by Professor Emeritus Sally...
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Further to your news article about Sadler?s Wells? use of SMS (ArtsProfessional, issue 25, May 6), readers may also be interested to know of a parallel SMS campaign Insitu ran for Stomp, the details...
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British summertime approaches and despite centuries of inclement summer weather and the direct experience of the year before, all arts programmers thoughts turn to one thing: the outdoor event....
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In July 1932, the impresario Sydney Carroll, with the actor/manager Robert Atkins, produced three performances of ?Twelfth Night? in Regent?s Park and lost £560. Undaunted, they returned in 1933 to...

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