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Joined up thinking, seeing the bigger picture, and thinking outside the box. Like many professions, the arts world has been infiltrated with government buzzwords, writes Iona Horsburgh.These phrases...
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Tunnel vision is an affliction suffered by a good few managers in the arts ? and perhaps this is inevitable. A passion for the arts is something of a prerequisite for someone in role of artistic...
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Review by Jane Coe at Smart ? Marketing the Arts around Surrey (ACE, 2001, ISBN 0- 7287-0820-5 £8 [£10.96 inc p...
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A re-structuring at the Ambassador Theatre Group sees the appointment of Michael Lynas (pictured), currently its Regional Programming Director and the Chief Executive of Milton Keynes Theatre, as...
From issue 24
Review by Jane Coe at Smart ? Marketing the Arts around Surrey (AMA, 2001, ed. Liz Hill, ISBN 1-903315-05-0 £10 [£12.57 inc p...
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A consultation document detailing a proposed five-year Arts Development Strategy for Wales has been published by the Arts Council of Wales (ACW), and is to be the subject of a series of briefing...
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ARTS SERVICES St Helens Creative Industries Initiative: http://www.creative-insthelens.org Database of artists and creative industries; Commercial and domestic commissions; Arts in education;...
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Four managers from the University of Wales? Aberystwyth Arts Centre have won the inaugural Wales Management Team Challenge for 2002, after competing against 89 teams from across Wales. The Challenge...
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Title: Commercial Manager Name of Organisation: SBC How long in present post? 3 years What does your organisation do? SBC manages a 27-acre site from Waterloo Bridge to County Hall,...
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Independent cinema exhibitor City Screen Ltd has received £6m equity funding from technology investor Arts Alliance, which will facilitate a programme of investment for the art house cinema chain....
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A £31m grant from the Corporation of London over the next six years is to enable the Barbican to undertake a full renovation of its foyers and address the way-finding difficulties which visitors...
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Plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment of Bristol?s Colston Hall and neighbouring Colston House aim to create a world-class music complex in a new landmark building on the Colston House site....
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An interactive digital trailer has been made to promote The Cholmondeleys...
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A weekend of seminars and advice on how to develop a career in arts management is being hosted by the University of Surrey, Roehampton from April 26-28. Sessions include ?How to get your dream job...
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Running a shop, be it in a museum or gallery, or in an opera house or theatre, can prove both profitable for the arts organisation and rewarding and enjoyable for the customer. But how can you make...
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The New Art Gallery Walsall opened in February 2000, embracing the philosophy that visitors should be invited wherever possible to participate and express their own creativity in different ways. The...
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When people think of Shakespeare?s Globe on Backside in London, the summer theatre season with visions of Artistic Director Mark Rylance on the stage usually spring to mind. (This summer,...
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Since its founding in 1989, more than 60,000 people have been involved in the independent educational organisation Common Purpose and over 12,000 leaders from every area of the UK, including hundreds...
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Baroness Genista McIntosh is the Executive Director of the Royal National Theatre and has been Chair of the South London advisory group for Common Purpose. She is currently a trustee of the Civilia...
From issue 23
A £2.2m artists? studio and events complex opens in Glasgow this week. Wasps Artists? Studios, the first complex of is kind in Scotland, incorporates low-cost studios to support 200 leading and...
From issue 23
The Scottish Arts Council?s Help Desk, which provides information and advice to artists, arts organisations and members of the public, is extending its opening hours to 9am-5pm Mondays to Fridays....
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Am I the only one to find Peter Hewitt?s plea to free the arts from ?damaging levels of accountability? (ArtsProfessional issue 22, March 25) confusing? As far as I know, every artist, arts...
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Jumping hurdles, spinning plates and chasing moving goalposts are vivid metaphors for the skills demanded of arts managers. They all apply when it comes to managing a new building or major...
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When Gerry Robinson, Chair of the Arts Council of England, wrote to us in September 1999 after he had paid an official visit to our new base, he described the building as ?probably one of the best...
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A £4m investment in Aberystwyth Arts Centre, made possible through a grant of £2.6m from the Lottery Board of the Arts Council of Wales and the continued support of the University of Wales...

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