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Playing it safe may be the most dangerous option
Chrissie Tiller argues for the value of an ‘austerity Olympics’
In the first installment of our new series, Nick Sherrard reveals his unusual New Year’s resolution
Rebecca Ritchie Timms gives a graduate’s reaction to ticking funding boxes
Ian Lambert says latecomers should know their place – at the back
Christopher Goodhart recommends a simple way to increase your fundraising at a time when every penny counts.
David Dixon volunteers suggestions for the future of arts fundraising
Liz Hill asks why XXXXXXXXXX [redacted] if there’s nothing to hide?
Hilary Gresty reflects on the ‘complex behemoth’ that was put in place to repair the fragmentation of the visual arts sector.
Competing for funding isn’t quite the same as applying for funding, says Trevelyan Wright
Where does ‘inclusion’ fit in the parallel landscapes of ‘youth arts’ and ‘older people’s arts’, asks David Slater
Will sitting quietly in the dark appeal to the next generation of theatre-goers, asks Ellen Carr.
The cost of change isn’t a good enough excuse for ignoring climate change
Dany Louise issues a rallying cry to artists
Should an usher pass comment on a show? Ian Lambert weighs ups the pros and cons.
London-centricity still overshadows theatre awards, says Glen Pearce
Collaboration and community spirit in the arts sector makes effective networking a possibility and a pleasure, says Ellen Carr
Roma Backhouse fears that funding cuts will ultimately spell the end of efforts to unite London’s disaffected youth with potentially life-changing cultural experiences
Want coverage for arts events? Then start standing up for local radio, says Laura Brown