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How can arts organisations join the preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012? Alex Homfray explains.
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Jane Thomas suspects that many small arts organisations are missing a trick in terms of how they make use of low cost IT solutions.
The Clore Duffield Foundation has announced a £1.5m investment over three years in the creation of the Clore Social Leadership Programme, an initiative to search out and provide support for...
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Involving communities and workforces is the key to cultural projects in the build-up to 2012, explains Sally Shaw.
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Witty, purposeful, high quality public art is possible in a community context, as Richard Erwin-Jones shows.
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The recent funding uplift from Northern Ireland’s Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (see AP163) is being ploughed back into the arts, with 96 organisations set to benefit from an increase...
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Sunday shows at the National Theatre (NT) have been brought a step closer, following a new deal between the NT and the theatre and entertainment union BECTU. NT technical staff in stage, lighting and...
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Using the arts to change young lives for the better can be achieved through partnerships between the creative industries, education and youth services, writes Amy Eastwood.
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Andy Dalton and Jane Redfern show how rural teenagers can embrace challenging contemporary art in a project linking the A-level curriculum to an art gallery.
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Interactivity is the key, says Sara Grady, as she aims to attract the younger audience to literary events.
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Making it fun is more important than preaching, discovers Kennedy Stewart, as teenagers explore the binge-drinking culture through dance.
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From the Royal Opera House to a claypit in Cornwall, theatre would not survive without the ?invisible profession?, writes Barbara Eifler.
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Helping aspiring young stage managers into a job needs online support and information. Laura Drane and Sara Teiger explain.
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Youth Dance England to take centre stage as Government endorses the development of dance activity for young people.
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We live in a free society: we have free speech, freedom of association and autonomy of action, within the rule of law. Artistic freedom is a much-cherished aspect of that society, hemmed in though it...
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Neil Fraser delves into the student perspective on learning the trade ? and the art ? of stage management.
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Amanda Jones takes the role of Director of External Relations at the Crafts Council, moving from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation where she was Programme Director, Arts & Heritage. Her...
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The latest survey by the British Arts Festivals Association highlights the growing popularity of arts festivals, and the diverse forms that they take. Of the 193 festivals that participated in the...
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Mark Atterbury offers advice on how best to reach disabled and deaf people online.
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Baroness Genista McIntosh has been appointed by Arts Council England (ACE) to undertake the ‘external eye’ review of ACE procedures promised in the wake of its recent funding review. The...
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Jodi Myers? recent article in response to the McMaster Report (AP165) highlights the need for the sector and its funders to develop a ?shared understanding of what innovation and risk-taking mean? if arts organisations are to avoid ?becoming risk averse yet remain financially viable in an increasingly complex climate?. Margaret Sheehy considers the issues.
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A Bill to establish Creative Scotland, the new body to support Scottish arts and culture, has been introduced to the Scottish Parliament. The Bill outlines the remit of the new organisation, namely...
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New research from Scotland shows that engagement is different from satisfaction, and needs measuring differently, as Heather Maitland reports.
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A strategy for improving quality, delivery and leadership in arts and cultural activity by local government has been published in a new report, ‘A Passion for Excellence: An Improvement...
Artists and teachers have created a new website resource looking at creative approaches to literacy and numeracy. The ‘Creativity for Life’ project was developed with staff, pupils and...

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