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ARTS SERVICES St Helens Creative Industries Initiative: http://www.creative-insthelens.org Database of artists and creative industries; Commercial and domestic commissions; Arts in education;...
From issue 20
In the UK we have a huge and inspiring range of summer schools ? from the distinctly specialist to the fairly general, from the small and intimate to those that bring together hundreds of...
From issue 19
Arts organisations across Scotland and Wales are celebrating announcements by their respective governments, of major increases in arts funding. The National Assembly for Wales is to increase its...
From issue 19
Jonathan Church?s first season as Artistic Director at Birmingham Repertory Theatre has seen attendances rise by 92% in comparison with the autumn/winter 2000 season. 92,000 people came to see a...
From issue 19
We describe what we do as aerial theatre, and as it suggests, this means theatre in the air, writes Becky Truman. Using our circus skills, we tell a story above the ground just as a theatre company...
From issue 19
Every issue of ArtsProfessional is crammed with news of people changing their jobs ? moving on, moving up, or this week, in the case of Tamara Malcolm (see below), moving into retirement. How...
From issue 19
I often hate going to the theatre and suffering all the ritualised packaging of the creative moment in a confined space. The experience can make even bad street art appear to have more power and...
From issue 19
After 14 years as Artistic Director, Vicky Ireland (pictured) is to leave Polka Theatre at the end of the summer to devote more time to freelance writing, directing and international work. Tamara...
From issue 19
Morecambe?s award-winning Tern Regeneration programme of public art works has already achieved one of its key aims: to animate the seafront and entertain the public during the day, explains Brian...
From issue 19
TAG Theatre Company, Scotland?s national theatre company for young people, is to be assisted by the Education Service of the Scottish Parliament on its next project, ?Making Changes?, which will...
From issue 19
Review by Lew Hodges, Director of Finance and Planning, Arts...
From issue 19
The Film Council has issued a consultation document setting out its proposals for the distribution of specialised films, and support for cinema education and cinema exhibition. Under the proposals, £...
From issue 19
Review by Hugh Adams (Comedia / the Department of Canadian Heritage / UNESCO with support from the World Bank, Stroud, 2001. ISBN 1 813667 03 5 £10.00 [£13.09 incl. p&p*]) Title...
From issue 19
A new symphony orchestra is to be formed as part of Bristol?s bid to be named European Capital of Culture 2008.The West of England Philharmonic, to be run by members on a self-governing basis, will...
From issue 19
Title: Box Office Manager Name of Organisation: The Anvil Phone: 01256 819797 Fax: 01256 366900 Email: [email protected] How long in present post? Nearly 3 years What does your...
From issue 19
?Blacking Up?, a one-day event by Scotland?s Theatre Workshop featuring a dynamic piece of forum theatre in which the audience will explore issues of employment and disability, is to tour throughout...
From issue 19
ARTS SERVICES St Helens Creative Industries Initiative: http://www.creative-insthelens.org Database of artists and creative industries; Commercial and domestic commissions; Arts in education;...
From issue 19
Britain?s largest display space for contemporary craft is to be developed in North Kesteven, Lincolnshire, with European funding of £1.14m. The new centre, to be known as The Hub, will develop the...
From issue 19
Responsibility for High Peak, currently in the North West Arts Board region, is to transfer to East Midlands Arts (EMA) at the beginning of April. The move means that EMA?s boundaries will reflect...
From issue 19
The first International Festival of Musical Theatre in Cardiff is to be staged from October 14 ? November 3, and will be the world?s first ever major international event for this artform. Festival...
From issue 19
An information line is to be launched to help those working in the arts sector find out about training opportunities. Metier, the national training organisation for arts and entertainment which has...
From issue 19
Pundits speculate that as many as 80% of tickets will be sold online by 2005. But Roger Tomlinson holds to his belief that even if the ticket sales operation changes beyond recognition, the Box...
From issue 19
Ensuring an Excellent Night Out for English National Opera?s customers is what our Box Office is all about, writes Lynne Sinnamon. By making that all important ticket purchase easy and hassle free,...
From issue 19
I?ve been fortunate to work with some fantastic people who work on the front line, writes Adrian Phillips. Whilst training Box Office staff, I?ve got to discuss the job that they do and what they...
From issue 19
This week sees the publication of the Arts Council of England?s strategy and report on street arts. Will this document help to bring a marginalised sector into the funding system, asks Maggie Clark....

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