From issue 13
Scottish Arts Council is hosting an informal forum on November 27 and 28, aiming to give Scottish marketers a chance to join in practical sessions and discussion groups on research, data analysis...
From issue 13
Birmingham Repertory Theatre, whose Chief Executive, John Stalker, leaves at the end of the year to become Chief Executive of Festival City Theatres in Edinburgh, has announced the appointment of...
From issue 13
A round-up of gems from other arts publications A new report about the provision of music in Special Education has raised concerns about the quality of music education in England for the most...
From issue 13
Before we all get too euphoric over the National Foundation for Youth Music?s Instrument Swap Scheme ArtsProfessional issue 12, October 22), may I ask where the money is coming from to pay for the...
From issue 13
What should a business expect from its collaboration with an arts organisation and what in return should the arts be in a position to offer? Sue Worsey explores these crucial questions. In today?s...
From issue 13
The Royal Shakespeare Company?s (RSC) plans to create a new waterfront theatre village, has been met with a storm of protest, after it was made clear that the plans would involve the demolition of...
From issue 13
The Metropole Arts Centre in Folkestone was founded almost exactly 40 years ago, explains Nick Ewbank.In its first two decades, it was renowned as one of the South East?s foremost provincial...
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Following speculation in the media about the effect of the events of September 11 on London?s West End, Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG), the second largest theatre-owning group across the UK which...
From issue 13
Over recent years, more and more value has been attached to reaching potential audiences via the consumer one-stop-shop experience. So far, the opportunities for arts organisations to develop a...
From issue 13
' Tate Modern, which has welcomed over 7 million people since it opened eighteen months ago, has been awarded the first ever Prime Minister?s Award for Better Public Building. Now the most popular...
From issue 13
Businesses have long been aware that by placing their logo on a programme or poster for an arts event they are increasing the awareness of their product or service, writes Colin Tweedy. At the same...
From issue 13
Sheffield Theatres has been recognised as a leading light in regional theatre, with the Crucible Theatre being awarded the Barclays TMA award for Theatre of the Year. The award is given for...
From issue 13
Review by Heather Maitland, freelance arts consultant and lecturer (New Economics Foundation, 2001, ISBN 1 899407 36 7 £7.95 [£10.67 inc. p...
From issue 13
Four Local Authorities in Wales have been selected to undertake youth arts pilot projects on behalf of the Arts Council of Wales (ACW). This is the first major initiative launched by the national...
From issue 13
Starting young The world of children?s arts is rich, vibrant and exciting, but until three years ago no national organisation existed to represent the interests and celebrate the achievements of...
From issue 13
The National Foundation for Youth Music?s First Steps programme is testing the theory that music develops children?s brain power, by funding musical projects for pre-natal babies, pre-school...
From issue 12
Review by Rosemary Curtis, Personnel Solutions in the Arts (Second Edition, DSC, 2001, ISBN 1 900360 72 1, £42 for Voluntary Organisations, £60 for others [£50.50 inc. p...
From issue 12
An audit of Wales? performing arts venues carried out on behalf of the National Assembly for Wales has revealed that a capital injection of over £60m is required if Wales is to support an...
From issue 12
Newsletters are a medium unexplored by many organisations and companies, and yet they can offer the power to cement customer relations, as well as promote business. Brian Holmes looks at the pros and...
From issue 12
Poetry Express is the quarterly newsletter of Survivors? Poetry, a national literature organisation dedicated to promoting poetry written by survivors of mental distress, explains Emma Watson. The...
From issue 12
Artyfacts has been in existence since 1994, and the format has remained unchanged: a four-page monthly arts information leaflet focusing on local events, projects and organisations in...
From issue 12
The publication of the UK?s most comprehensive compendium of statistics relating to subsidised arts was met by a storm of protest when its publisher, the Policy Studies Institute, drew attention to...
From issue 12
The National Foundation for Youth Music (Youth Music) has earmarked £2m to help more young people gain access to musical instruments. The Instrument Swap Scheme and Instrument Purchase Programme...
From issue 12
As Australians prepare for a Federal election in the closing months of 2001, many in the arts are again raising the question of whether Australia should have a national cultural policy. Sarah Gardner...
From issue 12
It?s always fascinating to look beyond our own shores and see the sort of arts funding decisions that are made in other countries. This is certainly the case with Australia (p10).For example, since...

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