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From Paul Harman, Artistic Director of CTC Theatre The Creative Partnerships scheme was well promoted in the last issue of ArtsProfessional (Issue 68, February 23); but instead of millions being...
From issue 69
Can arts-based professional training actually help business performance? Tim Stockil argues that training devoted to exploring natural creativity can have a significant impact on team-working,...
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The Welsh Assembly Government has issued a detailed remit setting out the role it expects the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) to play in the delivery of its strategic agenda, “Wales: A Better Country”.
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As a child I hated being laughed at, writes Gerry Thompson. But after a while I began to discover that making people laugh was a powerful and influential pursuit ? and even enjoyable. Eventually I...
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OSJ Soundynamics, a partnership between Orchestra of St John?s and the creative arts charity Create, was developed from the work we do through our OSJ Offstage education and community programme,...
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The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has launched Musical Futures, a £2m project to develop a tool-kit that will help local education authorities and schools to overcome teenagers? barriers to music education...
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Under Arts Council England?s New Audiences programme, audiences can include attenders, readers, buyers, viewers, listeners, online users and participants. While targeting participants has been...
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Plans to develop Britain?s first dedicated centre for carnival arts have been kickstarted by the award of £1.5m of capital Lottery funding. The £5.5m project will be based in Luton and will offer an...
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The RSA Art for Architecture scheme has closed after 13 years, following the reallocation of funding by The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) to a new £500,000 programme to...
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The Tate website has won a BAFTA in the Best Online Factual category at the Interactive Entertainment awards. The awards, now in their sixth year, are designed to reward achievements across the new...
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Wakefield Theatres? new fundraising campaign has received an early boost with the donation of a new play by John Godber. Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, which draws on Godber?s own experiences growing up...
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Taking The Lead, a training course for Black and Asian individuals working in performing arts management, is being presented by the Independent Theatre Council. The day long course is on March 12 at...
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Great Answers to Tough Marketing Questions By P R Smith (1999, Kogan Page, ISBN 0-7494-3018-4, £12-99 [£15.09 inc p...
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It doesn't matter how creative your copy, perfect your print or exciting your event... if your direct mail lands on a dud doorstep you may as well throw your budget in the bin! Rachel Hunnybun...
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30th anniversary Association of Illustrators, established 1973/74 e: info@a-o-illustrators.demon.co.uk B>How it all began? A small group of illustrators and agents formed the Association of...
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The National Endowment for Science, the Arts and Technology (NESTA) has been praised in a National Audit Office (NAO) report for the rigour of its funding decisions and the management of its awards...
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The Bridewell Theatre is to be found just off London?s Fleet Street, in a building which was originally a bath complex for the local print workers, writes Adrian Salmon. It dedicates itself entirely...
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New captioning and audio-description equipment will be installed in 78 cinemas across England over the coming months, and the UK Film Council is working with the Northern Ireland Film and Television...
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The self styled “smallest arts venue in the world”, The Shed in North Yorkshire, has established a sponsorship deal through Arts...
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The Museums Association is offering six one-year bursaries, funded by The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, for individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds wanting to work in museums and...
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A venue’s success or failure rests on its programme and that programme’s ability to attract an audience. Stephanie Sirr warns of some potential pitfalls and advocates, above all, courage...
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Programming for a touring company is a mixture of putting forward the kind of work you would really like to make and pragmatism, writes Xavier Leret. The two shouldn’t be mutually exclusive....
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Arts organisations in Northern Ireland are set to benefit from a new funding scheme that will provide financial support for the installation of new computerised box office systems. The scheme,...
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With collaborative work there is always an element of risk, says Trystan Hawkins. Part of my role, as Artistic Director at Wysing Arts, is to assess the ‘risk factor’ of a project and...

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