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Review by Jo Gillibrand, Director of SMART ? Marketing the Arts Around Surrey e: jo@smartonline.org.uk (Piatkus 1999, ISBN 0 7499 1961 2, £12.99 [£16.48 inc. p...
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As many groups know, trying to get Arts Lottery funding can be a lottery in itself, writes Garry Churchill. But what happens to a voluntary group, with no paid staff, who strike lucky and find they...
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Ever thought your organisation was ruled by an accountant? Susan Royce explains why finance systems are much more than a necessary evil and gives advice on how they should be ? and should not be ?...
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Artsdepot, a new arts centre development in London?s North Finchley will be going ahead as planned despite publicly stated opposition to the project by the new Barnet Council, following the shift in...
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In an ideal world it would be desirable for artistic risk not to be compromised by financial risk, say Rick Bond and Stephen Aldridge. Many arts organisations aspire to generate a reputation for...
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Three leading arts institutions, the British Museum, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Royal National Theatre, have collaborated to present an evening of music and performance based on the legends...
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Depreciation is an area of accounting that most people have some difficulty getting their heads around, notes Ginny Brink. Put simply, it is about buying something for £x, expecting that it will last...
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The south and south east of England, as defined by the new regional government boundaries, is an area twice the size of Cyprus with a population about the same size as Austria. So the prospect of re-...
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"My organisation currently employs two full time and one part-time member of staff. We now need to recruit a third full-timer. Do any of the recent changes to disability discrimination legislation...
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Sarah Weir is to be the new Regional Executive Director for the London office of the Arts Council of England. She is currently Executive Director of the Almeida Theatre. The Director of Norden Farm...
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2.7m extra visits have been made to Government-sponsored national museums and galleries in England, compared with same period last year. The 62% increase has arisen in the first seven months since...
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A research report compiled by the Independent Theatre Council (ITC) with London Arts and the Association of London Government has made a series of recommendations for breaking down barriers to career...
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Kneehigh Theatre is of and from Cornwall, says Victoria Moore. We are proud of where we come from and are part of a community; it is a community that has suffered economic, social and political...
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A few weeks ago one Friday evening I sat in an empty, disused quarry, now a nature reserve. One hour previously, the site had been full of noise and movement ? young people playing taiko rhythms on...
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Epping Forest is a swathe of ancient woodland on the fringes of London which this month provided a magical setting for Epping Forest Arts? ?Charabanc?, writes Carien Meijer. Charabanc was the...
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When the press reports another Private Finance Initiative (PFI) or Public Private Partnership (PPP) story most people tend to think of projects involving roads, prisons, the health sector or...
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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has published the final version of ?Supporting Creativity?, its 5-year Arts Development Strategy for 2002-2007, together with full details of how responses to its...
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A 'Public Private Partnership' ? back in 1997 all the phrase conjured up for me was some strange amalgamation between commercial and not-for-profit concerns, writes Alison Duthie. This concept seemed...
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The first step in ACW?s drive to rejuvenate Welsh language theatre have been taken with the announcement that two companies, Sgript Cymru and Theatr Gwynedd, will receive funding for the production...
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It all seemed so simple at the beginning. It was our job to find the participants, local arts organisations would provide the training and local creative employers would provide the work placements....
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?It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity?? The plot London, England...
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"Though partnership working is now central to Bristol?s development, the city came late to the idea and suffered as a result when dealing with national government and funding agencies. Why did...

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