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Doug Bott explains how one company is working to remove some of the obstacles that disabled people face when trying to participate in music
The future of arts philanthropy? Patrick Hussey reckons it’s crowdfunding…
New ideas and strategies will soon have to be drawn up for distributing what is likely to be a growing pool of post-Olympics arts Lottery money. Jeremy Newton considers the options
Categorising and pitching interdisciplinary work is not easy, but can be hugely productive, says Tim Jones
Videogaming has moved from teenage bedrooms to cultural spaces, says Tracey McGarrigan, but what can artists really learn from their computer consoles?
Accessing the arts online is becoming the norm for cultural consumers, though arts organisations may struggle to come up with financially viable digital strategies
Why should arts funders invest in experimentation? Hasan Bakhshi presents findings from NESTA’s new research
Something fundamental is going on in the media world, says William Shaw. It’s big, scary, only half understood, and it’s going to change how the arts present themselves to the world.
Mark Atterbury offers advice on how best to reach disabled and deaf people online.
In July 1999, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre became the first theatre in the UK to sell tickets online. Kate Cripps explores the bewildering range of ticketing opportunities offered by the Internet.