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A 350-seat theatre and a smaller studio space are included as part of plans to make the building “a mainstay of Greater Manchester’s cultural landscape”.
Paying artists fairly is listed in Creative Scotland’s new Arts Strategy among a range of measures to raise the profile of artists and the arts in Scotland.
How did three young people who chose not to go to university end up running one of the most innovative cross-artform festivals in Cambridge?
A dispute over the number of pupils taking arts subjects at GCSE was at the heart of a House of Commons debate, with the Department for Education using figures which include students studying arts AS Levels in sixth forms.
Althea Efunshile and Sonia Friedman are among those named in the most diverse honours list in history.
Funded organisations are advised to consider the appropriateness of parties, comedy programmes and scheduled tweets if the monarch dies.
Gallery and theatre shops can learn a lot from high-street retailers. Corin Birchall shares his tips.
Wales’ national youth arts ensembles will join forces under a new business model in a bid to safeguard their future.
Director of Macclesfield’s Barnaby Festival, Karl Wallace, reflects on his career making big things happen.
How do you come to manage a community arts programme? Made in Corby’s Helen Willmott takes us through the steps of her career.
The brains behind Edinburgh Student Arts Festival, Briana Pegado, takes us on a tour of her working life.
Recognising that it “must do more” to encourage diversity in the arts, Arts Council England has announced four new diversity programmes and published workforce data for its largest NPOs.
What’s it like working front of house? And how much can you expect to earn? Zoe Hardie answers your most common questions.
Kully Thiarai reveals why remembering to be scared and learning to bake have driven her through her career and to her latest role, Director of Cast in Doncaster.
With a background in commercial marketing, Adam Buss recognises the power of Audience Finder. He tells Katie Flaherty how he has been using it to QUAD’s best advantage.
Time traveller Steampunk Bob has become (rather surprisingly) a primary school resource for teaching social, moral, cultural and spiritual values, writes Tina Corri.
Lorna Hosler tells us about the people and experiences that helped her on her way to becoming Executive Director of Clod Ensemble.
Susan Jones explains how innovative arts housing can enable older people to express themselves creatively late into life.
Richmond Arts Service shared resources and took advantage of new funding opportunities by working in partnerships, say Pippa Joiner and Emma Cookson.