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Vaizey's rejects any notion of 'the arts in crisis' but local authority survey findings tell a different story.
The North East Children’s Theatre Consortium ensures that fantastic theatre for children and young people remains centre-stage. Miranda Thain explains its origins and role.
When Box Clever learned that it would be losing its small but significant funding from Arts Council England, Michael Wicherek feared that this might be the end of the road for the company.
The Secretary of State has called for local councils' gallery archives to go on loan to make money.
Sean Egan believes that the new Localism Act gives local authorities the opportunity to enter into a more commercial relationship with arts organisations.
Rick Bond weighs up the implications of transferring to a trust
Policing of events used to be provided at no cost to the event organiser, but this is no longer the case. Andy Grove explores the implications and explains what is being done to address them
Outdoor arts have risen in profile over the past ten years. Bill Gee examines the position of the sector in relation to the current economic climate and the countdown to 2012
Ralph Lister on what’s next for Somerset’s arts
Arts services departments are being restructured in an attempt to mitigate the impact of the cuts
New structures will emerge for music education and funding, but curriculum issues remain
Sean Egan on the changing landscape for local authorities and the arts