Arts People
ANNE WONG-ERVEN has been appointed to the Executive Leadership team at Watershed, taking on the new role of General Manager. SHARMAINE LOVEGROVE (Publisher of Dialogue Books) has become a trustee of...
Arts People
Eight new members have joined the board of a-n The Artists Information Company. They are SONIA BOUÉ, HANNAH CROSS, SKINDER HUNDAL, JEROME INCE-MITCHELL, HELEN NISBET, KEITH PIPER, ANJALIKA SAGAR and...
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The Government’s “biggest ever single investment in cultural infrastructure” will pay for building maintenance in musuems, technology for libraries and regeneration projects.
News
Consulting communities is not the same as allowing them to make decisions, attendees at the recent Theatres Trust conference heard.
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The Grand Quarter in Leeds, which includes the Grand Theatre, home of Opera North, is one of 247 new sites that Historic England has added to its Heritage at Risk register. The heritage body has also...
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Choreography Online is selling time-limited performance licences for dances created across the world. The site allows users to search videos by genre, difficulty and the number of dancers required.
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All eleven advisors of the London drama school have quit in protest at Central St Martins' decision to halt admissions for two well-regarded courses, claiming there is a “sense of hostility” from administrators.
Case study
From family births to DIY successes, greasy spoons to local DJs, a collaborative project has been celebrating local radio on high streets across the country. Jenny Hunt and Holly Darton explain why the time is right for hyper-local theatre.
Feature
Perceptions of creative ageing have been transformed over the past decade, says David Cutler.
Feature
New research highlights how cultural organisations could play a key role in demystifying the internet to non-users, writes Katie Moffat.
Feature
Sara Whybrew explains how employers across the creative industries are making sure there’s a new generation of skilled workers heading their way.
Feature
Dedicated arts and health co-ordinators, together with a commitment to measure impact, are pushing culture into the mainstream of the country’s health policy, writes Nesta Lloyd-Jones.
Pathways into the creative industries are less clearly defined than those in other sectors. From networking and skills development to finding your tribe and staying true to your art, Kate Hall offers practical advice for those just starting out.
Arts organisations need to decide what moral hierarchies guide their operations - sponsorship included, says James Doeser.
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Oxford University Professor Dirk Obbink has been accused of selling ancient Bible fragments to US billionaire Steve Green. At least 11 texts from the university's archives turned up at the Museum...
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The shoe, owned by ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn, sold at an auction near Hythe for less than its estimated sale price of £1500 to £2000. Fonteyn, who died in 1991 aged 71, was one...
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Grassroots projects to bring people together and establish social connections, such as community cafes, street parties or walking groups, will be eligible for the fund. A statement from DCMS said the...
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A new report from London Mayor Sadiq Khan's office found the sector injects £40bn into the city's supply chains, with knock-on effects on a range of other industries. Previous figures...
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The ACE and Durham University collaboration says that prioritising exam technique over deep understanding is “far from ideal for government, regulators, heads, teachers or parents”.
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The concert venue is the first in the UK to commit to the target, which it describes as “ambitious but absolutely realistic”.
Opinion
Before praising the Culture Secretary for “responding so positively” to the financial crisis facing the cultural sector, Arts Council England would do well to take a step back and review its own evidence, says Liz Hill.
Hettie Judah looks at the history of London's art nightclubs - platforms for new types of artistic expression that were the very definition of participatory theatre.
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The Globe in Stockton-on-Tees has been closed since 1997. The renovations, initially expected to cost £4m, are being financed by National Lottery funding and building owner Stockton-on-...
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Avoncroft Museum's Board of Trustees says it is "on the right trajectory for 2019" after losing nearly £50,000 in the past financial year, causing auditors to express doubt the...
Arts People
ANNILESE MISKIMMON will be joining English National Opera (ENO) as Artistic Director. Currently with Den Norske Opera and Ballet/Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, she was previously General...

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