Taking the lead

17 Jan 2011

Giulia Lasen discusses private, not-for-profit art spaces, and a different kind of philanthropy

Spatial awareness

17 Jan 2011

It’s now more crucial than ever for venues to be commercially astute, and managing conferences and events is a critical part of this. Tony Smith offers some advice

Raising the standards

17 Jan 2011

Recognised professional standards are the norm in medicine or law, but not in the arts… until now. Julie Aldridge on the new marketing standards for the arts

Between a rock and a hard place

17 Jan 2011

Sarah Perks argues that the value of education and engagement programmes cannot be overlooked when cuts are being made

Looking ahead

17 Jan 2011

Dick Penny, Managing Director of Watershed

Brand value

17 Jan 2011

Apprentice candidate Stuart Baggs did no favours for the concept of personal branding, but cut through the jargon and maybe it has some merit…

The problem with philanthropy

17 Jan 2011

The rich can do exactly what they like with their money, and philanthropy is just one option. So what do philanthropists make of the Government’s plans to stimulate private giving to the arts? Rosalind Riley gives a personal perspective

Searching for a silver lining

13 Dec 2010

Martin Vogel argues that times of financial austerity should encourage arts organisations to re-evaluate how they approach and present work

Once in a lifetime

13 Dec 2010

Helen Thomas suggests that the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad offers a huge opportunity for voluntary arts practitioners

Taking the lead

13 Dec 2010

Alexandra Bennett and Miranda Stearn describe the challenges of planning for the Cultural Olympiad in an Outer London borough on the ‘wrong’ side of the city

Creating something irresistible

13 Dec 2010

The Unlimited fund has opened up new avenues for Deaf and disabled artists. Ben Rothera profiles the work of Jez Colborne, recipient of one of the first commissions

Looking ahead

13 Dec 2010

Charlotte Brennan explains how a Cultural Olympiad dance project will leave a lasting legacy

Stories for all

13 Dec 2010

Marge Ainsley advocates putting young people at the heart of the curatorial process

Universal culture

13 Dec 2010

Universities are getting involved in the Cultural Olympiad too, says Cara Courage

Ask The Expert

13 Dec 2010

Looking for advice? AP finds the answers to your questions

Top Five Websites

13 Dec 2010

Michelle McMahon reveals the sites she can’t do without

Browned off?

13 Dec 2010

Paul Kelly unpicks the Browne Review of higher education, and looks at what its recommendations might mean for arts students and graduates

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