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This week ArtsProfessional welcomes Mahmood Reza of Pro Active Accounting to host an occasional column discussing some of the financial issues that face arts organisations.
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There has been much controversy surrounding the recent VAT case involving London Zoo and HM Customs and Excise (C...
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A £40m initiative to give thousands of school children in deprived areas throughout England the opportunity to engage with creative learning and participate in cultural activities, has been formally...
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The world?s largest cork sculpture has been unveiled at the Eden Project in Cornwall. Created by artist Robert Bradford for the RSPB, the sculpture of a Spanish imperial eagle is made from some of...
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From any perspective, English Touring Opera (ETO) has a pretty good thing to do: to bring opera productions to cities and towns that usually don?t get other subsidised opera, and to work with the...
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Prize-giving is a very interesting preoccupation in the arts. Barely a week goes by without a new announcement of cash to reward artistic endeavour deemed by experts as being particularly...
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I can almost hear you say it, writes Jim Robertson. ?Oh no, here it comes again? - that tired old mantra we have been hearing for almost 10 years now in the arts. ?CHANGE. CHANGE?. The changes...
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David Emerson (pictured), Senior Executive Officer of the Theatrical Management Association since the creation of this post in 1996, is leaving to become Chief Executive of the Association of...
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Sean Egan answers some initial questions for arts organisations contemplating a merger, and to explain the legal implications of this. In the wake of the Arts Council of England?s spending review...
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Six dance organisations across England have been selected to implement Action Research projects funded by the Arts Council of England. The projects will each deliver a dance programme which will be...
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In association with Meridian Theatre Company, Interact, a leading exponent of theatre-skills in business, is offering one award of £20,000 and two of £10,000 to help realise a theatre production or...
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From Felicity Harvest, Regional Executive Director, Southern...
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Over the last 20 to 25 years the disability rights movement has been gathering pace, with demands for better access to the arts, culture and opportunities for expression and independence still a...
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Jenny loves coming to work at the Rowan Foundation two days a week, says Steven Raven. She has an individual learning programme and we help her learn not only how to express herself in clay but also...
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In February 2001 OSJ (formerly Orchestra of St John?s) pioneered concerts for children with autism and their families by performing a pair of concerts in London under the banner ?Music for Autism?,...
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mind the?gap is one of the country?s leading professional theatre companies working with learning disabled artists, writes Sally Bailey. Formed in 1988 by its current Artistic Director Tim Wheeler,...
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The Arts Council of England (ACE) will shortly publish a new report, ?Arts in England: attendance, participation and attitudes in 2001?. It will contain the results of research carried out with over...
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Any successful athlete will tell you that investment in talented people early in their careers is vital if their full potential is to be realised; and it is quite clear that a country?s success in...
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The Circus Space, based in east London, is the powerhouse of British contemporary circus and one of the top three centres for the circus arts in Europe, writes Rob Hardy. We offer a diverse artistic...
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New guidance for museums and galleries has been published by The Charity Commission in its report ?Museums and Art Galleries?, which draws attention to the criteria that must be met for an...
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Barclays Stage Partners, a sponsorship scheme from Barclays PLC jointly run with the Arts Council of England, comes to the end of its six-year run this year, with four companies receiving a total of...
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Title Development Producer Organisation BAC How long in post? 14 months Phone 020 7326 8210 Email louiseb@bac.org.uk What does your organisation do? BAC aims to create and promote exciting,...
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For two organisations featured in ArtsProfessional this week, the answer to the question ??but is it art?? has significant implications. The Charity Commission (p1) has to judge the artistic merit of...
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The Tron Theatre has appointed Neil Murray (pictured), the Administrative Director of the company for the past six years, as its new Director. Katharine Stuart, previously a consultant with KS...

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