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The introduction of the National Lottery in 1994 provided the first widespread opportunity for capital building programmes in the arts since the then Arts Council of Great Britain?s ?Housing the Arts...
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Any time now, Arts Council England is due to announce its criteria for the capital funding programme for the next three years, writes Judith Strong. The first round set aside £90m with a ceiling...
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Every primary school pupil in Scotland has been promised the opportunity to have free music tuition. The Scottish Executive is providing an extra £17.5m over the next three years to enable all local...
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The London Institute, the umbrella organisation for Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Fashion and...
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The future of Brecon Jazz Festival, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary, has been secured through a one-off grant of £381,000 from the Welsh Assembly. £111,000 will be paid to the...
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Although not due for completion until 2004, the shell of the new theatre in Kingston upon Thames will host an extraordinary Spring Season in its unfinished main auditorium this month, for audiences...
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The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) has allocated more than £7.1m to 129 arts organisations throughout Northern Ireland, an increase of 24.5% over last year. Additional revenue from the...
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A new audience development project commissioned jointly by Arts Council England, Re:source, English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund is to focus on cultural organisations that have tried ? or...
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What really happens when a small regional arts venue finds itself in the full glare of the national media spotlight? Liz Hill found out when she interviewed Sarah Blomfield, Director of Bedford?s BCA...
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Months ago I was setting up my first ever visual arts exhibition and I was going to cause a storm, explains George Longland. In partnership with a local gallery we decided to select ten graduate...
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How should arts organisations approach PR when their stakeholders (including the media) turn against them, asks Helen Scott Lidgett? The emphasis is often on what you can keep out of the press rather...
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The dramatic haemorrhage of corporate support for the arts, revealed this time last year in a research report published by Arts...
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Julia Potts questions the extent to which arts organisations succeed at seeking and responding to children?s opinions about the activities provided for them. Whether we work in schools, provide...
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A new kind of orchestral residency designed specifically for rural areas has achieved sell-out ticket sales at small and medium size venues in East Lindsey, Lincolnshire, and is being held up by...
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The past 25 years have seen significant and positive change in both the volume of activity and the positioning of international arts in the UK. Terry Sandell believes programmers now need to...
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The news that Tessa Jowell has stamped on resistance by the Community Fund to a merger with the New Opportunities Fund is bad news all round (p3), and the DSC is right to be concerned about the...
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Mahmood Reza outlines the main rules of Gift Aid and related compliance issues, and explains how they apply in practice. Tax aid Charitable giving by the public is a major source of income for the...
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Unfortunately the approach to print and design for the arts offered by Michael Smith, Evelyn Wilson and especially John Field is naïve and misinformed. (ArtsProfessional issue 44, pp9-11). Producing...
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?Telling a story which hasn?t been told ? the story of real people in Zimbabwe?. So goes the tagline for ?Born African?, a Zimbabwean production which recently played at Battersea Arts Centre. The...
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Louis Fleming is right to proudly draw attention to the Lowry and the Imperial War Museum on Salford Quays (ArtsProfessional issue 44, p8). I?ve visited the area and I was impressed (not so my Basque...
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Exporting the arts to any part of the world is difficult, says Sanjoy Roy. A new city, country or continent poses its own special challenges and most arts presenters wrestle with the usual first time...
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Geraint Talfan Davies, Controller of BBC Wales from 1990-2000, is the new Chairman of the Arts Council of Wales. He is currently Chair of Welsh National Opera and Cardiff Bay Arts Trust. Dundee Rep...
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ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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Two of the Lottery fund distributors are to be merged, following an announcement by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell that the Government has decided to join the New Opportunities Fund and the Community...
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Title Director Organisation Brouhaha International How long in post? 7 months t: 0151 709 3334 e: giles@brouhaha.uk.com What does your organisation do? An arts and cultural development...

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