A committed consortium

28 Feb 2011

Alan Hewson reports on a collaboration which is enabling a new production of ‘Wuthering Heights’ to tour Wales

What have statistics ever done for us?

28 Feb 2011

James Evans considers the value of research and of having that research at your fingertips

Making an impact

28 Feb 2011

The methodology and dissemination of economic impact studies needs examining, says Richard Fletcher

Cost vs value

28 Feb 2011

Damian Cruden argues that economic impact studies fail to identify the true value of the arts

Keeping it in Cornwall

28 Feb 2011

Hall for Cornwall has found collaboration invaluable and hugely beneficial, finds Adrian Ient

How to deal with stress

07 Feb 2011

Management has always been a demanding job accompanied by high levels of stress; yet today stress levels in and out of the workplace are off the charts. There are consequences to health, safety and motivation so it’s never been more important to manage your stress levels and encourage your employees to do the same. Here are some tips.

Saving the arts by Friday

03 Feb 2011

When Darlington Arts Centre and Civic Theatre were threatened by cuts, local residents organised a campaign to save them. Paul Harman explains what happened next

Beyond the sea…

03 Feb 2011

Norway and England have very different theatre ecologies, but by working in both of them a theatre company can extend its reach and reputation, says Alex Byrne

Every little helps...

03 Feb 2011

Baker Richards

Think about pricing

03 Feb 2011

Baker Richards

The joy of subscription

03 Feb 2011

Baker Richards

Politics and participation

03 Feb 2011

Toby Lowe considers the role that participatory arts can play in social inclusion

Seismic shifts

03 Feb 2011

Sean Egan on the changing landscape for local authorities and the arts

Breaking down the barriers

03 Feb 2011

Ruth Stevenson and Hannah Biggs explore how to make the arts more accessible for people with mental health problems

Social engagement

03 Feb 2011

Douglas Gill, Director of Studio Upstairs

The rehabilitation revolution

03 Feb 2011

Miriam Lewis explains the role of the arts in rehabilitation of offenders and the prevention of reoffending

Refugees take centre stage

03 Feb 2011

It is refreshing to take a look at asylum seekers and refugees from a positive point of view, says Katherine Rogers

Action!

03 Feb 2011

Sophie Medd on a film project that teaches life skills and addresses social divides

Happy endings in unlikely places

03 Feb 2011

Mike Sells explains how Cardboard Citizens takes theatre into unusual spaces

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