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Carousel Established 1982 e: enquiries@carousel.org.uk How it all began… We began creating artwork by and with people with learning disabilities twenty-one years ago. There was almost no...
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A new report focusing on attendance, participation and attitudes to the arts and culture among Black and minority ethnic communities has been published by Arts Council England. Clare Fenn and Ann...
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A long-running dispute about royalties payable for classical concerts featuring copyright works has come to an end in a mediated settlement between the Performing Right Society (PRS) and the...
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The need for creative and challenging experiences does not diminish with age, as Alison Leverett-Morris explains. It is estimated that by 2030 almost a quarter of the UK population will be of...
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Works from the Crafts Council’s 1,500-piece collection of contemporary craft will go on display for the first time, in a new annual exhibition at its London gallery. ‘Making It Yours...
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‘Time for Tea’ was developed as an outreach project by the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston, writes Paula Simpson. It was aimed at older people who may have difficulty in...
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Every year the announcement of the winner of the Turner Prize is guaranteed to raise a groan amongst arts practitioners as the age-old debate ‘what is art’ resurfaces (though the fact...
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At the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse we have worked for some time with groups of people aged over 50, writes Moira Callaghan. We have found that they have an enthusiastic and professional...
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Stephen Snoddy (pictured), currently Director of Milton Keynes Gallery, has been appointed Director of Baltic. Stephen, who is also Chair of the Jury for the Comme Ca Art Prize North, will take-up...
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Arts Services Arts Marketing Hampshire – developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
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Children’s literature is regarded as a poor relation to adult literature and the choice made available to children in bookshops is limited in scope, according to the findings of a wide-ranging...
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In the first of a series of articles about financial reports, Mahmood Reza distinguishes between the roles of the balance sheet and the income statement. Financial statements: what, why and how...
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Partnerships with local businesses have enabled Derby Playhouse to set up two new community schemes. The Egg Theatre Academy has been launched with £250,000 sponsorship from Egg, the online bank....
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Review by George Longland, Arts Development Officer at Guildford Borough Council (Manchester International Arts (2000) ISBN 0 953798100 £20 [£24.10 inc p...
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An online database of 200 trainers, auditors and consultants specialising in disability issues has been established by Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries, in its latest step...
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Organisation Hall for Cornwall Title Community Development Manager How long in post? Two years t: 01872 321964 e: annac@hallforcornwall.demon.co.uk What does your organisation do? Hall...
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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is assessing the feasibility of establishing a national survey to examine public participation, attendance and attitudes towards the activities...
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The former staff of National Youth Music Theatre, whose Board of Directors shut its offices and made all staff redundant in September this year (ArtsProfessional issue 60, October 6), have...
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How have arts organisations been able to gauge whether their New Audiences projects have succeeded? How do they define their success, and how is it measured? In a world of targets, policies, aims and...
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Richard Findlay (pictured left), Group Chief Executive of Scottish Radio Holdings Plc and a former Chair of the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, has been appointed as the new Chair of the...
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The Information Commissioner has launched a campaign to ‘Make Data Protection Simpler’, and is inviting suggestions for improving the UK’s data protection law to make it easier to...
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I am completely in agreement with Christopher Lawrence (ArtsProfessional issue 62, November 17) when he bemoans the fact that certain venues refuse to give performing groups access to audience data...
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Schools, Further Education Colleges and libraries across the UK are set to benefit from ‘screenonline’, a new resource drawing together a range of stills, biographies and articles with...
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The decibel performing arts showcase took place in Manchester in May of this year, explains Colin Beesting. It was the result of a partnership between decibel, an Arts Council England project to...
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Arts Council England (ACE) has decentralised its library facilities in an effort to provide a less London-centric service. Whilst its central library still exists, this will in future act primarily...

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