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Francis McKee explains how the Centre for Contemporary Arts flourishes
Matthew Foster on the gradual transition from core funding to generated revenue
Appointing a senior member of staff is rarely an easy task, Diana Barden looks at how assessment centres are shaking up the recruitment process
Start by building relationships, says Steve Marmion, big change can wait
Investment in cultural leaders can be scarce, but Sue Hoyle explains how candidates can Clore their way to the top
Looking for advice? AP finds the answers to your questions
Why should arts funders invest in experimentation? Hasan Bakhshi presents findings from NESTA’s new research
Shaun Belcher debates ideas on how to improve community arts
Immersive opera might only just be catching on in Britain but, as David Staples reports, Opera Gulag has already gone some way to show us how art imitates life
How can local authorities develop cultural leadership? Kathleen O’Neill explains how matrix management transformed Scotland’s smallest region
Kim Lofthouse shares the websites she wouldn’t want to be without
Is the arts baby drowning in the strategy bathwater? Alice Devitt thinks that business techniques should support, not overwhelm, artistic and social vision.
Mahmood Reza follows up on Garsington Opera’s VAT victory by explaining how the new rules work.
Mahmood Reza looks at how Gross Value Added is calculated, what it means for your organisation and why it can be a useful measure.
Something fundamental is going on in the media world, says William Shaw. It’s big, scary, only half understood, and it’s going to change how the arts present themselves to the world.
Mahmood Reza explains the importance of good risk management to the health of an organisation.
Mahmood Reza explains how balancing the books maintains a company’s equilibrium.
Kooj Chuhan examines the dangerous lives being lived on our doorstep, and looks at how artists can support migrants and refugees.