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

What next?

17 Jan 2011

The future of arts philanthropy? Patrick Hussey reckons it’s crowdfunding…

It could be you…

17 Jan 2011

New ideas and strategies will soon have to be drawn up for distributing what is likely to be a growing pool of post-Olympics arts Lottery money. Jeremy Newton considers the options

Trouble ahead?

17 Jan 2011

With Lottery funding for investment in theatre buildings having slowed to a trickle in recent years, Mhora Samuel sees addressing the capital inadequacies of many theatre buildings as being a key priority in the future

New tricks

17 Jan 2011

Dan Baker describes his company’s experience of crowdfunding

Choice decisions

17 Jan 2011

Mike Ogelsby on why he is a philanthropist and how he chooses what to do with his money

Far and wide

17 Jan 2011

Chris Grady explains how Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is developing its philanthropic support

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

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

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…

You can’t take it with you...

17 Jan 2011

AP EXCLUSIVE: John Nicholls reveals the findings of Arts Quarter’s legacy fundraising survey, which show opportunities for significant growth but also reveal a need for capacity building in the future

Lessons and warnings

17 Jan 2011

Greg Klerkx considers the US model of arts philanthropy, and looks at what might work here and what just won’t translate

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