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George Gawlinski and Lois Graessle believe the best way to renew the health and energy of an organisation is to take time out together.
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Ben Wohl traces the impact of networking in a rural area where the distances are great and support is hard to find.
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Rick Bond explores how a health check can make your organisation stronger and more attractive to funders.
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Deborah Bestwick and Ben Evans welcome the opportunity to ensure that artistic diversity plays its part in excellence, in a continuing series of responses to the McMaster Review.
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There are dozens of models of arts-based corporate training springing up all over the UK. Here we look at a range of projects, each taking a different path and aiming to have a slightly different impact. Jenny Gillatt begins with a look at the benefits to an architectural practice of working creatively with a professional artist.
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Mike Harris and Deirdre Figueiredo show how professional and personal development resulted from collaboration, interaction and shared interest between Craftspace and Viking Sewing Machines (VSM UK Ltd).
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Sylvia Dow shows how Scottish Widows has risen to the challenge of bringing the arts nto corporate setting.
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Karen Cardy explores a way of building teamwork by entering the sound world of the Balinese gamelan.
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Wide-ranging arts activity will be at the heart of Government plans to extend the cultural curriculum for young people.
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Following launch celebrations over the Chinese New Year, CHINA NOW, the UK’s largest ever festival of Chinese culture, has unveiled a programme of more than 800 events in the six-month run-up...
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The Centre for Performance Research (CPR) in Aberystwyth and Celf o Gwmpas in Powys have declared themselves to be victims of the recent revenue funding cuts announced by Arts Council Wales (ACW). St...
A national online survey launched by Action for Children’s Arts (ACA) is exploring people’s views about changes that have taken place in children’s arts over the past few years,...
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Copyright protection for sound recordings by European performers may be extended from 50 to 95 years in recognition of the fact that many performers lose the right to airplay royalties for their...
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Former BBC Director General Greg Dyke will be the new Chair of the British Film Institute (BFI). He replaces Anthony Minghella, who has led the BFI since 2002. Tony Heaton becomes the new Chief...
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A major Lottery funding scheme worth £8m is being targeted at increasing participation in the arts in Scotland. The scheme, known as ‘Inspire’, has been developed as part of the...
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Transport for London has reversed its decision to ban a poster for a forthcoming Sadler’s Wells show. The poster for ‘Insane in the Brain’ (pictured), a street dance version of the...
From issue 163
Victoria Allen and Anne-Marie Claire show how a strategic approach can help to develop strong educational activity.
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Criticisms of ACE?s processes continue as major funding changes are confirmed.
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Theatre-goers pouring out of hit shows in London’s West End can hardly be aware that the London Assembly’s Economic Development, Culture, Sport and Tourism Committee is considering how to...
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New funding for community arts and investments to raise the national and international profile of Wales sat alongside cuts to six organisations and standstill funding for many more as the Arts...
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A campaign to increase arts funding in Northern Ireland has “emphatically succeeded in bringing a coherent and compelling case for the arts to the forefront of political awareness”,...
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More than 2,000 Year 4 and 5 school pupils are taking part in an international schools arts programme run by arts education charity WebPlay. Children from nine regions of England are linked with...
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Arts & Business (A&B) has announced that the £2m it has lost in ACE funding is being withdrawn directly from its investment programmes for the arts, namely ‘Reach’, an open...
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An independent review by management consultants Deloitte has confirmed the London Assembly’s concerns about the processes used by the London Development Agency (LDA) to manage and monitor...
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AP reveals the career paths of the sector?s senior managers.

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