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The latest Enquiry from Culture at King’s will investigate the opportunities for greater public engagement and cost-saving presented by partnership working.
Working with some of the best French contemporary circus companies has raised the bar for our own version of the artform, says Gavin Stride in conversation with Catherine Love.
Stan’s Cafe used to ‘blunder around’ doing workshops and videos, but now it has formed some partner relationships with a small number of schools, says James Yarker.
Conditions for effective partnership working will be identified through a major new academic Enquiry in collaboration with the BBC.
Roberta Comunian argues that traditional views on the benefits of arts sponsorship to business have been far too limited, as demonstrated by some recent collaborations in Italy.
A funding system that protects the status quo is preventing arts organisations from developing innovative new business models that are less dependent on the public purse, argues Michelle Wright.
Universities and the cultural sector can work in partnership to drive innovation, widen participation and engage a broader public, writes Deborah Bull.
Mark Hewitt couldn’t believe his luck when he received funding from the Artists’ International Development Fund to collaborate with a foreign musician of his choice.
Part of the Brighton Festival, 'caravan showcase' presents contemporary English theatre to international programmers. Catherine Love explains how English theatre companies can benefit from the showcase and other year-round activities.
The Leeds Creative Labs programme has funded collaborations between university academics and creative technologists. Sue Hayton reports.
Partnerships with Defra, local authorities and LEPs will be key to delivering the Arts Council’s strategy in rural communities.
Liz Pearson is certain that partnerships between educational and public cultural bodies are maintaining the momentum behind Stratford’s cultural regeneration.
Ten successful bidders will be part of a £3m programme which aims to develop partnerships between arts, culture and tourism in England.
Richard Clark explains how Bridge organisations are enriching children and young people’s experience of the arts.
Christoph Jankowski introduces Creative Europe, the new EU funding progamme for the cultural and creative sectors.
Chris Bannerman tells how he reluctantly became a key driver in a complex collaboration involving choreographers, dancers and academics from the UK, China and Taiwan.
Working in partnership with a Ugandan arts organisation has been a fraught experience (an understatement) for Blackpool’s TramShed, but as Zac Hackett and Marge Ainsley report, they are not giving up.
The government’s new primary sports funding will increase dance provision in primary schools. Sally Fort urges dance practitioners and companies to get involved.
To replace events previously run by Lincoln City Council, former member of the arts team Sara Bullimore founded the Lincoln Inspired festival. She tells the story so far.
Arts Development UK’s latest survey on arts spending in local authorities in England and Wales reveals a "dramatic and changing picture". Pete Bryan and Judy Hughes set out their findings.