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Immediate Theatre is celebrating an award of £5,000 for winning the Drugs and Alcohol category of the Community Care awards 2002. The award was made for ?Cracked?, a one-day awareness-raising...
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As part of this series reflecting different views on the nature of Audience Development, we approached the Arts Councils of Scotland, England, and Wales to share their views. Ros Lamont, Phil Cave,...
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The self-programmed part of the Brighton Festival, previously known as the ?Open? and the ?Umbrella?, has been re-titled ?Brighton Festival Fringe? following research that showed the original names...
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The latest project by Oily Cart Theatre Company, which launches its UK tour this week, is targeted at very young children. The project consists of 3 separate half hour plays, including ?Up in...
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A wide-ranging conference programme examining the management issues currently facing theatre venues is being supported by Tickets.com and hosted by venues in Cheltenham on February 27-28 next year....
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New research by the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) has found that the majority of the UK?s museums, arts venues, theatres, cinemas and tourist attractions effectively exclude Britain's...
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The Philharmonia Orchestra Community...
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The relationship between Board and Chief Executive is one which demands mutual respect if it is to enable the full energy and intellectual capacity of the organisation to be harnessed. David Fishel...
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?Non-professionals who interfere too much with the senior management, who are supposed to be the professionals and must be given the chance to get on with the job.? This was the definition of Royal...
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For 17 years Arts...
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More than 250 theatre managers attended the annual Theatrical Management Association (TMA) Conference in Cardiff last month. Among the conference sessions was a powerful address by Radio 1 Producer...
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BOOKSHOP SAM?s Books is a specialist supplier of books for arts professionals. For further information and invoicing, t/f: 01883 345011 e: books@sam-arts.demon.co.uk, w: http://www.sam-arts.demon....
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NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) is to be allocated an extra £95m by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, to top up its initial endowment of £200m and...
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The St James Group Ltd, a property company specialising in redeveloping major brownfield sites, has launched its ?Art on Loan? scheme in a collaboration with Westminster Council, aiming to give...
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Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language, has announced that a consortium of cultural and other organisations has been allocated £1.5m to deliver Culturenet Cymru, an all-...
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A new report has been published documenting the first national conference to address the role of the arts in tackling offending behaviour in young people. ?Including the Arts: preventing youth...
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Jennie Jordan sees rural touring as the Cinderella of arts provision - an overlooked, under-funded beauty sitting in the corner waiting for a fairy godmother to reveal it as a key player in the...
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Set up in 1997, the National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) is the umbrella body for rural touring. Its main aim is to represent the interests of rural touring schemes across the country from Cumbria...
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Set up in May 2002, the Northamptonshire Touring Arts Agency is one of the newest touring schemes in the country. It is an unusual collaboration of all the eight local authorities in...
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?Words fail me! But I?ll try! Hatstand are brilliant, breathtaking, the best thing we?ve promoted. When can we have them back?? said Tricia Wilson at Saltfleet Village Hall - a voluntary promoter...
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While the use of external consultants is a familiar part of working in the arts, the use of freelances in the sector has been a much shadier area altogether. Ian Duckworth illustrates how arts...
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Belfast?s arts community has declared itself a ?community in crisis? following a cut by Belfast City Council in its annual funding to major arts organisations in the city. Earlier this year Belfast...
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Determining the correct tax and National Insurance status of freelancers has always been fraught with problems, especially with the advent of IR35 legislation and the Inland Revenue?s increasing...
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The biggest single commercial art space in the UK is due to open to the public this week at the Biscuit Factory in Newcastle?s Sandyford area. 32,000 sq feet of space, including 16,000 sq feet of...
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Review by Hugh Adams, chair of Cywaith Cymru.Artworks, Wales, a writer and freelance visual arts consultant (ed.) (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, London, 2000 ISBN 0 903319 87 X Price: £10.99 [£14....

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