Tripping the Light Fantastic

21 Nov 2011

Clare Hearn tells of the logistics of managing an annual event involving naked flames, small children and an un-ticketed audience of 25,000 spectators and participants

More than a hobby

21 Nov 2011

Robin Simpson explains how research findings are helping to develop a true understanding of the impact of grassroots, amateur arts activities

Trusting in young people

31 Oct 2011

Kofi Kramo has found that trusteeship is a great way for arts charities and younger people to have a mutually rewarding experience

Starting young

31 Oct 2011

Environmental awareness is at the heart of the primary curriculum in schools. Ross Harvie explains how Proteus Theatre responded to that

The poverty trap

10 Oct 2011

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

Making it ‘stick’

29 Aug 2011

Chris Thompson on embodied learning and effective education

Get recognition

29 Aug 2011

Alice Young thinks that young people want to take part, want to learn and demand excellent delivery

School ties

29 Aug 2011

Fran King and Anne-Marie Clark on an education project in Plymouth that aims to demystify theatre

Game on

29 Aug 2011

Robert Marsden on one theatre company’s work to combat extremism and foster community

Fun and Games

29 Aug 2011

Steve Moffitt on an arts education project working to engage young people with the Olympic Games

World stage for Shakespeare Festival

29 Aug 2011

Arts organisations across the world to join forces in the 2012 celebrations

Dance UK challenges Willetts

29 Aug 2011

Caroline Miller responds to David Willetts’ comments about A-level dance


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