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On Monday last week The Guardian published a succinct round-up of media coverage of the election ? and there were few surprises. 1,929 stories were surveyed, and of these, only 0.2% related to the...
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Venu Dhupa (pictured), Executive Director of Nottingham Playhouse, has won the Arts and Culture Category of the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2001. Formerly a producer at the Royal National...
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When I was at school, the worse crime of all was to be caught daydreaming, writes Gerard McCrystal. The philosophy of my old school, St. Columb?s College, was very influenced by the strict discipline...
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Southern Arts, the Regional Arts Board threatened with abolition under Arts Council of England (ACE) proposals to restructure the arts funding system, has published the findings from its own...
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In recent years young people, education and participation have moved up the agenda of arts funding bodies and arts organisations. The upsurge of interest has gained further impetus from increasing...
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Eastern Angles Theatre Company has been short-listed in the Small Business Category for the 2001 Anglian Business Awards, following one of the most successful years in its twenty-year history. In...
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They say nothing prepares you for the feelings you have for something so small?or so runs the TV advertisement for a well-known brand of children?s cough mixture. Well, the arrival of http://www....
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The UK?s first cultural regional development agency, the North East Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, has been launched to take on the role of supporting the development of the North East?s...
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Title Lincolnshire Arts Education Co-ordinator Name of organisation Lincolnshire County Council How long in present post? About 4 weeks Address Horncastle Curriculum Centre, Horncastle,...
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The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Conservatoire and the University of Central England have announced a new partnership aimed at promoting high levels of education and training in...
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ARTS CONSULTANTS Katharine Stuart Associates ? Performing Arts Development Consultants. Development of arts in rural areas, urban regeneration, programming, marketing, fundraising, business...
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Metier, the National Training Organisation for the arts, has raised funds from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to develop a guide to the new training infrastructure and new opportunities...
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Around 130 entries about venues in Wales have been translated into Welsh on the 24 hour Museum website (http://www.24hourmuseum.org.uk). This, together with the new website of the Council of Museums...
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The National Foundation for Youth Music has launched a new research study into the world of the professional musician today, to inform those responsible for the training and professional development...
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First time title sponsorship from the Bank of Scotland has enabled the Children?s International Theatre Festival, Britain?s biggest performing arts festival for children and young people, to offer...
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20 venue promoters, 3 cathedrals, 21 projects in four artistic strands ? Eastern Touring Agency?s (ETA) The Creative Promoter was always going to be big, explain Viv Ewington and Catherine Rose. The...
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A new agency to promote touring of drama, music and dance in Wales has been launched, based in Aberystwyth. Creu Cymru, meaning ?Creative Wales?, will act as a liaison between theatres and arts...
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Celebrating 20 years of bringing some of the world?s most original, risk-taking and popular artists to the capital, the 2001 London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT), marks the end of its...
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The promoter at a standard concert hall, opera house, theatre or dance venue is restricted in many ways by the physical layout of the space within which they have to operate, writes Michael MacLeod....
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The Victoria...
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Review by Barbara Matthews, Producer and Consultant. (Central School of Speech and Drama, London, 2000, ISBN 0 953 772 9 34, £5 [£6.72 inc. p&p*]) More a magazine than a book,...
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The management of the US ticketing giant Tickets.com Inc, whose UK subsidiary is one of the UK?s major box office systems and Internet ticketing suppliers, has concluded a deal for a $15m, which is...
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Job Editor of Dispatched, tame geek for ArtsProfessional, IT journalist and writer Who Do You Work For Anyone who does interesting stuff. I generally like to get paid too. Email bill@andfinally...
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A series of roadshows aimed at musicians who want to develop their skills in helping others to learn through music is being launched by the Musicians? Union (MU) in collaboration with community music...
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ARTS CONSULTANTS Katharine Stuart Associates ? Performing Arts Development Consultants. Development of arts in rural areas, urban regeneration, programming, marketing, fundraising, business...

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