Making waves

11 Jun 2012

Liz Hill on why people power is good for the sector

Warning signals

11 Jun 2012

Charlotte Jones raises questions about Arts Council England’s recent choice of projects to receive its Strategic Touring funds

When you hear their voice

21 May 2012

Bruce Wall gives a personal account of a prison-based theatre project in Malta that turned into a sell-out show

How it’s done

21 May 2012

Rebecca Ritchie-Timms reflects on Umefolk festival – the first cultural event she just can’t seem to find fault with

Creative therapy

21 May 2012

The creative arts can open up emotions and enable self-reflection. Sabine Sandberger shares her experiences of running a therapeutic-theatre project with a group of young asylum-seekers

Catch 9.2

21 May 2012

So what if ACE is creative with its accounting? Liz Hill makes some suggestions

Wellbeing behind bars

21 May 2012

Dr Alan Clarke shares what he has learnt from a career running arts projects in prisons across Europe

The Artist as Social Entrepreneur

21 May 2012

Ben Irvine looks to Bob Dylan to make the case for why we should make ethics more economical and the economy more ethical

13 Hours: lucky for some

21 May 2012

William Wong asks what can the arts do more of and differently to encourage mindfulness?

Practice what you preach?

21 May 2012

Hannah Hull discusses the paradox of being an arts and wellbeing advocate

Keeping supporters sweet

30 Apr 2012

Christopher Goodhart extols the virtues, and the business case, for ensuring data accuracy in supporter communications

Why Create? A psychosocial question

30 Apr 2012

In the final installment of a blog series examining the psychological payoff of art and creativity, Cara Courage considers the implications of taking a transdisciplinary approach

Watch the grass grow

30 Apr 2012

Kenn Taylor argues public institutions could learn a thing or two from artist-led models

Everyone’s doing it

30 Apr 2012

Liz Hill finds a silver lining in the recessionary cloud

Exclusive marketing

09 Apr 2012

Glen Pearce asks: In an increasingly competitive media landscape does ‘exclusive’ coverage still hold value?

Why create? The audience and art

09 Apr 2012

In a blog series examining the psychological payoff of art and creativity, Cara Courage reflects on why we look at art

Why we’re still better than robots

09 Apr 2012

Al Lyle sums up what he learnt about music and the brain at a recent seminar

Alive and kicking

09 Apr 2012

The arts sector is still a force to be reckoned with, says Liz Hill

Out in the cold

09 Apr 2012

Why is theatre treated as the poor relation to film when it comes to tax incentives for entrepreneurial investment, asks Adam Kenwright

Not looking out for the little guy

09 Apr 2012

Mhora Samuel examines how budget VAT increases will affect listed theatres

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