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Alan Clarke is working on a training programme for artists who want to work in prisons. He outlines some of the challenges faced so far.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation marks its quarter century with funding for audience development to widen participation.
The Small Charitable Donations Act has just been introduced but this change to Gift Aid is not such good news, according to Bill Lewis.
Mahmood Reza explains ‘real-time information’, a significant change to payroll operations to be introduced in April.
ACE foots the bill for director’s eleventh-hour sabbatical costing taxpayers up to £200k
Chrissie Tiller says bringing opera into everyday spaces may broaden its audience.
The much maligned YTS training scheme provided Dianne Greig with her route to becoming Senior Partner at Culture Sparks
This year QUAD set out to involve all 250,000 residents of Derby in a Soap Opera. Peter Bonnell explains how they went about it
Catering has the potential to provide a healthy income stream and enhance the wider visitor experience, but it needs to be well executed, warns Paul Smith
RSNO and Scottish Opera will benefit from an £11m investment in their performance venues
Sue Isherwood on the need for cultural leaders to understand their political culture and context