News Comment

22 Nov 2010

In AP228, we published news of research findings suggesting that traditional classical concerts are alienating for younger audiences. Alistair Tallon considers why this might be the case

News comment

01 Nov 2010

The latest research into the impacts of the recession (p3) offers little in the way of comfort for the sector. John Nicholls reveals the steps being taken by arts organisations attempting to weather the storm

News comment

01 Nov 2010

Following our lead story last issue, David Dixon advises caution when considering the merits of a Friends’ scheme

Five tips for portfolio career success

01 Nov 2010

The first set of our exclusive new AP blogs!

The sector speaks

01 Nov 2010

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Louise de Winter, Mark Pemberton, Roy Clare, Marcia Hutchinson, Stephen Cottrell, Hannah Nicklin, Michael Boyd, Francis Reid, Paul Kelly, John Smith, Rachel Tackley, Gerry Morrissey, Caroline Miller, Nica Burns and Mark Skipper comment on the Spending Review and ACE’s funding decisions

What now?

01 Nov 2010

WEB EXCLUSIVE: While the arts community considers its response to the fine print of the Comprehensive Spending Review, Neil Darwin, Director of Regional Cities East, proposes setting aside local projects and dissolving local authority boundaries in favour of more substantive partnership investments at a sub-regional level

The green issue

01 Nov 2010

Clare Cooper urges arts organisations to understand that they have the power to change hearts and minds as we face up to the challenges posed by global warming and resource scarcity.

An absolute priority?

01 Nov 2010

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Paul Harman, Chair of TYA-UK, hits back at ACE’s claims that it prioritises young people, but endorses the idea that regularly funded organisations should take more responsibility locally and regionally for building audiences, touring circuits and promotional activity

The sector speaks

01 Nov 2010

Comment on the Spending Review and ACE funding decisions

An absolute priority?

01 Nov 2010

Paul Harman, Chair of TYA-UK, hits back at ACE’s claims that it prioritises young people, but endorses the idea that regularly funded organisations should take more responsibility locally and regionally for building audiences, touring circuits and promotional activity

What now?

01 Nov 2010

While the arts community considers its response to the fine print of the Comprehensive Spending Review, Neil Darwin, Director of Regional Cities East, proposes setting aside local projects and dissolving local authority boundaries in favour of more substantive partnership investments at a sub-regional level

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