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Mediation as an alternative to litigation ?Where there?s a hit, there?s a writ? is a good indication of the way many disputes arise but in an increasingly litigious society disputes will arise...
From issue 37
Liz Smith has rejoined Scottish Ballet?s Marketing and Press team in the new role of Press Manager. Libby Jones, formerly Press and Marketing Assistant, has left the Company to join Scottish Opera...
From issue 37
ArtsProfessional welcomes Kieran Cooper of Catalyst Arts to host an occasional column exploring the challenges of Information and Communication Technology. This week, how to decide when to upgrade...
From issue 37
The Association of British Concert Promoters (ABCP), which represents concert halls across the UK, has published a warning to the industry that forthcoming increases in the royalty for the concert...
From issue 37
Review by Elizabeth Owen, Senior Lecturer Arts and Events Management, Sheffield Hallam University (HEC Montreal, 2001, 2nd Edition, ISBN 2-9803081-8-8 £18.50 [£23.00 inc p...
From issue 36
?Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community [and] to enjoy the arts? according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 27. A great statement but...
From issue 36
The challenge for Hertfordshire Museums? project ?Expanding Our Audiences? is to build a new audience from young people and families on low income, explains Laura Elliott. The project started in...
From issue 36
There are two barriers stopping low-income audiences from becoming regular theatregoers: price and perception. The first is relatively simple to overcome, but the second is altogether trickier,...
From issue 36
Review by Alison Coates, Freelance Arts Manager. (DSC 2002, ISBN 1 900360 99 3, £9.95 [£12.91 inc p...
From issue 36
The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has issued a strongly worded response to a major consultation exercise relating to the future development of the National Museums and Galleries of Wales (NMGW),...
From issue 36
What can be achieved when people and organisations collaborate for mutual benefit? Andrew Kelly considers the advantages of pooling resources. The first job I had in the arts was working for Cultural...
From issue 36
Exceptional achievements in regional theatre across the UK have been recognised in the Barclays Theatre Awards 2002, presented by the Theatrical Management Association. Among the winners were...
From issue 36
The arts have always been fertile ground for co-operative ventures, writes Robin Houghton. On the Internet, the principles of successful co-operation haven?t changed: something in common, something...
From issue 36
Is it entirely by accident that a high proportion of features and news stories this week reveal a growing commitment to partnership and collaboration? Local authorities and the Arts Council of...
From issue 36
?Partnership? is one of those words made irritating by over-use amongst New Labour politicians, writes Michael Bewick. Partnerships, we are told, are the go-faster solution to all our problems. But...
From issue 36
After nine years as Artistic Director of New Perspectives, Gavin Stride (pictured) is leaving to take up the position of Chief Executive of the Maltings and establish a new arts company for Farnham...
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Heather Newill Director of the Arts, Entertainment...
From issue 36
A national framework has been finalised for the development of 3-year partnership agreements between regional offices of the Arts Council of England (ACE) and local authorities across England. It is...
From issue 36
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From issue 36
?visions?, the festival of visual performance, in collaboration with South East Dance has commissioned young graduates from the region to create short productions incorporating visual performance,...
From issue 36
Moya Harris believes the opportunity to experience and enjoy the arts is a fundamental human right, and although being charged with changing the world through audience development presents a huge...
From issue 36
Results just published from a major collaborative audience development project in the north west Midlands reveal that the ?Ticketware? scheme run last year by the Regent Theatre Stoke-on-Trent and...
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Under its new Artistic Director, Dr Luke Dix, the 2002 International Workshop Festival (IWF) will be presenting three weeks of professional workshops with leading international practitioners in...
From issue 36
Brighton?s Komedia has been voted the Best Family Friendly Theatre in the South East?s first Theatre for Families Project. The award recognises the ?Kids@Komedia? programme, which encourages families...
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The Arts Council of England has published Arts in England: attendance, participation and attitudes in 2001, revealing levels of support for the arts and arts education among the adult population. w...

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