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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...
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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,...
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Review by Alison Coates, Freelance Arts Manager. (DSC 2002, ISBN 1 900360 99 3, £9.95 [£12.91 inc p...
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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),...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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?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...
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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...
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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...
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?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,...
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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...
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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...
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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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Three years ago I arrived at Dartington College of Arts to take up a new post combining lecturing in Arts Management and developing the College's relations with the world of work, explains Mary...
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The findings of a major review of the legal and regulatory framework for charities and the wider not-for-profit sector has led to proposals for comprehensive reform. Published by the Strategy Unit of...
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The Nuffield Theatre currently presents a highly developed and successful programme of work for 4-20 year olds, but is now looking for ways to retain this audience as young adults, explains Jenny...
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A top Scottish award for architecture has been made to Dance Base in Edinburgh?s historic Grassmarket. Designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, Dance Base sits just below Edinburgh Castle in a World...
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With centuries of traditional storytelling leaving an astonishing heritage, both globally and within specific local cultures, how has it been developed into a recognised artform over recent years?...
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Red tape is something that arts organisations in the not-for-profit sector tend to complain bitterly about. Usually their ire is targeted firmly at funding bodies, whose demands for proposals,...

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