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Christopher Goodhart believes the route to more successful fundraising comes through thinking laterally & testing new channels
David Dixon unpicks the issues surrounding investment finance for cultural organisations
Mindee Hutchinson asks when did the art world stop taking responsibility for the art it promotes?
The arts sector should be more open to ideas from elsewhere, suggests Liz Hill
Mindee Hutchinson shares her views on the State of the Arts Conference
Glen Pearce reconsiders Laura Brown’s thoughts on the press officer’s ‘best contact’
What is the future for fledgling artistic endeavour as funding cuts start to bite, asks Liz Hill.
Laura Brown questions whether the regional PR officer’s ‘best contact’ really is one of those national names
Nick Sherrard explains why becoming a better collaborator is a lot more like having your hair cut than getting plastic surgery
Jennifer Cooling explains why buddying up to your local tourism body could encourage a wonderful, mutually-beneficial relationship
Dan Baker on what can be done about gender inequality in theatre
Greg Klerkx considers the current predicament facing artists
Glen Pearce suggests it might be time to include an advertising income rating alongside the star rating
Lise Smith asks when did UK audiences start walking out?
Cara Courage questions if and why the arts sector is still a man’s world
Andres Roberts reveals the concepts that float his boat
Phoebe Gardiner on why it’s a good thing she didn’t become a geography teacher
Al Lyle explains why he finds inspiration in the thriftiness and resourcefulness of artists
Jessica Hope explores the potentially abusive relationship between a press officer and her iPhone