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An established brand has helped arts organisations increase engagement and fundraise. But how do you begin developing a brand? Kirsten Abildgaard offers her tips.
Dance is perfectly suited to being toured internationally, says Anthony Missen. He explains how exporting has allowed Company Chameleon to grow and flourish.
An international collaboration is helping young people with disabilities in the Ukraine get involved in the performing arts and bringing communities together, writes Sylvia Harrison.
A new internationally recognised qualification will assess practical performing skills.
Artists based in London have been the main beneficiaries of a national scheme to help artists build overseas connections.
The Creative Industries Federation’s International Advisory Council will share examples of best practice, policy and innovation from around the world.
To engage visitors, a museum must start by cultivating dialogue between its staff members, says Corinne Estrada.
A new five-year global arts strategy and £30m Cultural Protection Fund will help strengthen the UK’s cultural connections with the rest of the world.
Support for non-national UK museums and galleries wanting to tour their exhibitions internationally has been published as part of a new research project led by the British Council.
From a small festival born of community need, to an international agency for Chinese contemporary art, Zoe Dunbar tells the story of CFCCA.
After moving to a new box office system, an Atlanta theatre secured nearly three times more in donations in the last half of 2015 than its 2014 total. Libby Penn shares the story.
The online public discussion set to inform the White Paper on culture has reached its fourth and final stage, focusing on the reach of UK culture internationally.
There are parts of the world where disabled people face much greater challenges than here in the UK. How can a dance company help? Pedro Machado shares his experiences of taking Candoco and its mission overseas.
David Curtis reveals how the Orchestra of the Swan has secured funding from trusts based as far afield as New York.
An international study says the ‘moral and economic rights’ of artists must be protected if they are to sustain their creative activity and fuel the economy.
In 2013 Drew Hemment got the call – the Singapore government wanted his help staging an arts and technology festival. He explains what happened next.
Supporting talent and nurturing creativity is vital in a sector that relies on a multi-faceted set of skills, says Graham Sheffield.
England has some of the unhappiest schoolchildren in the world. But Paul Collard believes bringing artists into the classroom may help change that.
Munira Mirza on the power of art to change people’s perceptions of a city – and make them into more ‘human’ places.
Jessica Bowles took students from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama to curate the Prague Quadrennial's SpaceLab - and found their theatrical assumptions happily challenged.