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Tessa Gordziejko sees Yorkshire’s Cultural Olympiad programme as providing a new model for future producer-curated programmes
Cath Wilkins looks to the future for inclusive dance
Kenneth Tharp explains the different ways that The Place nurtures the careers of talented dance professionals
The recently published Henley Review of Cultural Education could have wide-ranging implications for the arts sector. AP invited Kenneth Olumuyiwa Tharp and Steve Moffitt to share their reflections on it
Mark Skipper describes the development of a fundraising campaign that is securing Northern Ballet’s full complement of dancers in the face of major funding cuts
Daniel Topolski sees many parallels between the challenges facing sports coaches and dance leaders
Isabel Tamen salutes the inspiring people in her life
Pavilion Dance harnessed a booming summer tourist market to help make a place for itself on an emerging cultural scene. Jo O’Connell tells all
Lise Smith asks when did UK audiences start walking out?
Deborah Baddoo explains how State of Emergency Productions is working to have the history of British Black dance recognised, valued and accessed by the widest possible audience
There is a thin line between bullying and giving constructive criticism.Nicola Harvey suggests some coping strategies if things start to get out of hand.
A parliamentary debate follows up on Ministerial comments devaluing dance in the curriculum
Caroline Miller responds to David Willetts’ comments about A-level dance
Chantal Guevara shares the websites she wouldn’t be without
Ralph Lister on what’s next for Somerset’s arts