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I couldn?t believe it when Alan Orme from East England Arts told me that the Junction CDC (Junction and Cambridge Drama Centre) had been awarded £70,000, says Carrie Carruthers. It forms part of East...
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Many arts organisations are also registered charities. The principal advantages are the tax breaks, rate relief and access to funding. The disadvantage is the need to comply with charity law. The...
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Britart was founded in December 1999 with the goal of making it easier for consumers to buy quality original art. The company, which sells art both on- and offline has taken advantage of the...
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Glassmaker Della Tinsley is one of that rare breed, a commercially aware designer, writes Theresa Simon. Despite the fact that she was selling to very high profile outlets, such as Barneys (New York...
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On Saturday May 11, the Djanogly Art Gallery at the Lakeside Arts Centre in Nottingham played host to the East Midlands Contemporary Art Auction, writes Neil Bennison. Now in its eighth year, the...
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Buying original art and craft is not an activity that comes naturally to a lot of people. I wonder whether ?art? is still seen largely as something you go and look at in a public gallery ? not...
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Title General Manager Name of organisation Theatre Cryptic How long in present post? 5 years Phone 0141 354 0544 Email [email protected] What does your organisation do? We are an...
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As part of the draft plan for the development of London, Mayor Ken Livingstone has clarified his vision for the cultural development of the city, and committed to developing a sustainable and...
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The line-up for the 56th Edinburgh Festival Fringe, running from August 4-26, has been announced, boasting 20,342 performances of 1,491 shows at 183 venues. Last year, the Fringe sold 873,887...
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This week?s news is notable for the number of new pots of money available to the arts (p3). The latest call for European cultural funding holds promise for those who?ve taken the trouble to befriend...
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Alan Yentob has been appointed as the new Chairman of the ICA to replace Ivan Massow whose controversial views led to his resignation earlier this year. Yentob will retain his current position as...
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A nationwide campaign to broaden the creative experience of young people by providing hands-on experience of a range of artforms has been given royal backing through the launch at Buckingham Palace...
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A £1m fund for the commissioning, creation, development and presentation of ambitious new work has opened for applications in Scotland. Agreed as part of the Scottish Arts Council?s annual budget in...
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A new call for funding applications to Culture 2000 for projects starting in 2003, has been announced, with deadlines in October 2002. Cultural organisations may submit proposals for either 1-year or...
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Poet John Davies - aka Shedman ? has been penning poems from a specially built wooden garden shed inside the Booth Museum of Natural History in Hove, as part of the celebrations for national...
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A further £13m is to be committed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to the development of projects associated with Culture Online, the government initiative aiming to extend...
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Archaeological remains found on the site for a new £13m professional theatre and arts centre in Newport, South Wales, are delaying the progress of the new venue. Contractors moved onto the riverside...
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The Bristol Cultural Development Partnership, which is preparing the Bristol 2008 bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2008, is holding a event on July 9 at which presentations are being made...
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Unwanted art books can be donated to the Care and Share Unwanted Art Book Collection as part of the visual arts festival Deptford X until July 6.The books will be exhibited as a window display and...
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While I found your series of articles about puppetry very interesting (ArtsProfessional issue 28, June 17) I cannot help feeling that once again the term ?UK? all too often means ?England?. The UK?s...
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Does Paul Kelly (ArtsProfessional, issue 28 June 17, Letters, p4) hold the record for the longest title in the arts business?
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What is art therapy and how does it fit into the current interest in arts and health? Malcolm Learmonth and Karen Huckvale outline the work of the art therapist and address some common...
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Tonic, the arts and environments programme for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, uses the arts to improve hospital environments and to inspire health and well-being in patients, staff and...
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Established in 1985, Healing Arts: Isle of Wight has developed a comprehensive arts in healthcare programme in partnership with the Isle of Wight Healthcare NHS Trust, writes Guy Eades. St Mary?s...
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The British Society for Music Therapy (BSMT) was founded in 1958 by Juliette Alvin and colleagues with the object of promoting the use and development of music therapy, writes Denize Christophers. At...

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