From issue 48
Ploughing through newspaper supplements detailing every possible outcome of the Chancellor?s annual Budget is a challenge that many of us prefer not to face. Yet one small detail of this year?s...
From issue 48
I write in response to your article ?Fine words or hot air? (ArtsProfessional issue 46, March 24). Our document, ?Vision for Partnership?, states publicly for the first time that Arts Council...
From issue 48
Jeanette Siddall, Director of Dance UK since 2000, will become Director of Dance at Arts Council England in June. Arts Council England has also appointed Tony Panayiotou as its first Director of...
From issue 48
ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...
From issue 48
In the wake of protests by Irish artists over its cuts in arts funding, Belfast City Council has announced that it is to award grants totalling almost £658,000 to 37 of the City?s arts and heritage...
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A ground-breaking programme conceived by BAC, Warwick Arts Centre and a consortium of UK venues, is creating a new model for theatre on tour. The initiative, known as ?This Way Up?, aims to provide...
From issue 47
Showhow, the learning and development organisation, has launched its 2003 Fellowship and Apprenticeship Programme, which aims to help arts employers to create more opportunities for Black, Asian and...
From issue 47
A web-based service has been launched by the Scottish Arts Council (SAC) to help its project-funded organisations monitor the success of their Social Inclusion Partnerships. The evaluation toolkit,...
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Alison Branagan examines the qualities required to make a living in the visual arts. Whether their motivations for setting up arts businesses or cultural organisations are financial, social or...
From issue 47
East London is known as a dynamic centre for the rag and leather trade but also has many young talented designers making names for themselves in the fashion industry, writes Helena Joyce. The...
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In places where the arts have successfully been used to drive regeneration, Islington perhaps being the prime example, artists and creative businesses are frequently priced out of the market as the...
From issue 47
Catherine Hillis discusses the measures that cultural organisations are taking to make themselves more accessible to their blind and partially sighted visitors. People with sight problems face...
From issue 47
It would appear from the extensive media coverage of all things gardening that we are now obsessed with our garden, balcony or window box. If that is the case, the arts ? and craft and sculpture in...
From issue 47
A three-year funding settlement for regularly funded arts organisations across England has been announced by Arts Council England (ACE), in a package valued at over £1bn. Total grant-in-aid is set...
From issue 47
The ?Hidden Gardens?, due to be initiated with a series of openings in June 2003, is Scotland?s first permanent pluralistic sanctuary garden, a unique public space that cuts across all divisions of...
From issue 47
A set of seven CDs, the first of two boxed sets that will ultimately comprise the Complete Works of Frederyk Chopin, has been recorded by 73-year old entrepreneur Sir Ernest Hall, founder and...
From issue 47
Until recently, what we as artists could take from nature, and in particular botany, has been limited to what we can see with the naked eye, writes Rob Kesseler. Yet by rekindling the relationship...
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No doubt many organisations in the bright new era of increased funding will feel they have reached the end of a long uphill struggle towards financial stability. In fact, it?s only the beginning,...
From issue 47
Title Garden Designer Organisation Paradeisos ? Gardens for People (arts and gardens projects) How long in post? Self-employed for 6 years e: belladarcy@gardensforpeople.com w: http://www....
From issue 47
Clive Caseley (pictured) will be joining Arts Council England as Executive Director of External Relations. He has been Director of Communications at the London Borough of Ealing since 2001 and...
From issue 47
Two things spring to mind reading ?Storm in a Tikka? (ArtsProfessional, issue 45, p5). First, if Sarah Blomfield?s advice to others potentially facing controversy over the staging of a ?cutting edge...
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Concern is mounting in Wales that Assembly control over arts spending decisions is tightening still further, following the latest funding announcement to the Culture Committee by Jenny Randerson,...
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A second round of cross-border touring awards, which were first introduced in May last year, are to create new opportunities for major performing arts companies to present work across their national...
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Wider music and dance opportunities for talented young people are to be made available to leading youth arts organisations following an announcement by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES)...
From issue 47
ARTS SERVICES Arts Marketing Hampshire ? developing audiences in Southern England. Research, project monitoring...

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