From issue 98
Durham City Council has been found guilty of discrimination against a gay employee at Durham?s Gala Theatre. Fausto Gismondi, who was Group Bookings Co-ordinator at the Council-run venue, was...
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A new annual award worth £10,000 will be made to ?an arts organisation or programme of international or potentially international significance? by the North West Business Leadership Team, a group...
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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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An arts organisation?s marketing material offers an excellent opportunity for reinforcing brand identity and can be used in many ways. Susie Stubbs investigates. When any of us decide what to do...
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Abi Moore argues that a good theatre programme can offer added value to performances. There has been a lot of debate recently in the national press about the value of theatre programmes, mainly...
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Virginia Haworth-Galt explores the complications of networking in the youth arts sector. Take the simple word ?network?: it can be quite confusing as a verb and just as puzzling as a noun. What is...
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Abbey Theatre bosses forced to resign over financial black hole. The future of one of Ireland?s most venerable theatrical institutions looks in jeopardy as its Managing and Artistic Directors have...
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The sixth in a series of articles looking at the work of Creative Partnerships around the country; this issue looks at ways in which arts activity can impact on the teaching of science. When a...
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A new city-wide initiative is offering free entry to 27 of Edinburgh?s leading visitor attractions. The new City Pass costs £26 for one day or £40 for three days. It permits unlimited access to a...
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Working with Creative Partnerships London South, renowned fashion designer Helen Storey and her business partner Caroline Coates created ?The Creative Laboratory,? a unique project that bridges the...
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Howard Raynor?s observations about management practices in the arts (p20) are particularly poignant this week, in the light of the grave and disturbing problems facing Ireland?s flagship national...
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Solid foundations are essential when raising money for capital building programmes, and a sound fundraising campaign often depends on finding genuine donors who can come up with the goods. Rachel...
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Lesley Jackson (pictured) will be the new Executive Director at West Yorkshire Playhouse. Currently General Manager for Lawrence Batley Theatre, she will replace Daniel Bates, who is now Chief...
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A determined approach to fundraising has helped secure a massive redevelopment for Northampton Theatres. Donna Munday explains how. On 3 April this year, Royal and Derngate Theatres closed its doors...
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From Robert Wright, Co-ordinator Artsense It was pleasing to see the summary of the RNIB?s advice on achieving better access to information for people with impaired vision (AP issue 97, 9 May)....
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The music press, and the media generally, is currently falling over itself to find the next big thing in music but the same enthusiasm doesn?t extend to other artforms. Stewart McGill thinks more...
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The Charities Bill and the proposed law banning the incitement of religious hatred, both of which were dropped due to pressures on parliamentary time at the end of the last parliament, have been...
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ArtsProfessional finds out how the sector?s managers and directors made it to where they are today! Producer, Phoenix Dance Theatre (2002?to date) I had always had a strong interest in...
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Local authorities in Wales spend a total of £36m every year on arts funding, a new survey has revealed. The survey of the 22 local authorities in Wales, conducted by the Arts Council of Wales (ACW)...
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Howard Raynor argues that a proper, positive investment in staff development is the only way to ensure the long-term future of the creative industries. Good intentions are not really the same as...
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Following the success of Operatunity and Musicality, Channel 4 is launching a nationwide talent search with the aim of presenting a new play in the West End next year. The search for a new British...
From issue 97
The Arts Council in Ireland is reaching out to the Irish arts community in a unique way, with a major consultancy exercise which will inform a new national arts strategy. Gillian Bates talks to its...
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The Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) offers a range of advice that arts venues can use to better serve the two million people in the UK who have a sight problem. As well as being...
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Andrew Kelly outlines Bristol?s novel approach to issues of access. Bristol has been transformed over the past 15 years, with new housing and office developments, a greater emphasis on cultural...
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Arts Council under review as government plans to streamline public sector activities in Northern Ireland. Plans for a massive shake-up of local government and public bodies in Northern Ireland could...

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