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The experience that we have gained at Devon Arts In Schools Initiative (DAISI) shows that once a two-way relationship has been built with a school ? both listening and suggesting projects to meet...
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Organisation West Yorkshire Playhouse Title Creative Education Manager How long at WYP? Since 1997 t: 0113 213 7290 e: lisa.parrott@wyp.org.uk What does your organisation do? The Arts...
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Lee Corner explains how the new Code of Practice for the Visual Arts lays foundations for good relationships between artists and the arts professionals with whom they work. The National Artists?...
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The progress of 15 Lottery capital projects funded by Arts Council England (ACE) has again come under scrutiny with the publication of a new report by the National Audit Office (NAO). The...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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The trouble with skeletons is that they have an untimely habit of jumping out of the cupboard, just when you think that the door has finally been bolted. Arts Council England (ACE) quite rightly...
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Anna Southall, who joined Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries as its Chief Executive in October last year, is stepping down due to family reasons. Chris Batt, Deputy Chief...
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A damning report revealing the practical and social obstacles faced by families with a severely disabled child when visiting arts and tourism venues has been published by the charity Mencap. ?Arts...
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As new Government policies on child protection and criminal disclosure have emerged, Arts Council England has responded by developing new guidelines which will have an impact on funded individuals...
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100th BIRTHDAY National Art Collections Fund (Art Fund), established 1903 w: http://www.artfund.org How it all began In 1903 a group of art enthusiasts started the charity, the National Art...
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The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry has received a grant of £50,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for its ?Discovering the Mysteries? project. The project comprises ?The Mysteries 2003?, a new...
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An occasional column for invited writers to raise issues that concern them SMART objectives or daft objectives? An increasingly common requirement from funding bodies is for bids to include SMART...
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Managers at the Whitworth Gallery must be reeling with the injustice of it all this week. Two years after installing a new security system, they find their venue plastered all over the front pages...
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Arts Council England?s New Audiences Programme began in 1998 with £20 million of funding from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. It offered time-limited funding to arts organisations to test...
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Phil Gibby (pictured) will leave his post as Development Manager at Bristol Old Vic to succeed Siobhan Flynn in the position of Regional Director for Arts...
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The New Audiences Programme has been supporting and encouraging experimentation and discovery among arts organisations for the past five years. New Audiences aimed to: - tackle the barriers which...
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In the run-up to elections for the devolved legislatures in Scotland and Wales, the National Campaign for the Arts (NCA) has produced arts manifestos for both nations. The Welsh document calls for...
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When you're looking to develop a new audience, where do you begin? Examining the changes in society, whether on a local or a national basis, is a good start. Responding to those changes is the...
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A consortium of Europe?s major galleries, including the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum, has won ?2m from the European Union?s 6th Framework Programme, for the next stage in...
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Awareness of health and safety procedures is essential for everyone in any industry. Abigail Cheverst explains why it should be integral to arts organisations at every level. Under the Health and...
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Increases in local authority funding for folk festivals have been granted following the publication of an Arts Council England report which highlighted the impact of folk festivals on cultural...
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Concern for the health and safety of everyone in an organisation should be a basic of good management practice, writes Jackie Elliman. The Independent Theatre Council (ITC) is committed to this and...
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CfBT (the Centre for British Teachers) is managing a new project on behalf of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) to create guidelines for teachers to support pupils...
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Dance UK was set up in the early 1980s by a group of dancers who felt they needed an organisation to represent them, explains Helen Laws. Our 130 corporate members include the majority of UK dance...
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engage, the professional association for gallery education, has announced that it will be managing an £80,000 grants fund for the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). ARTFULL will support 16...

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