Lessons and warnings

17 Jan 2011

Greg Klerkx considers the US model of arts philanthropy, and looks at what might work here and what just won’t translate

Championing culture

17 Jan 2011

Simon Inch explains why organisations should engage with their individual volunteers and donors

Trouble ahead?

17 Jan 2011

With Lottery funding for investment in theatre buildings having slowed to a trickle in recent years, Mhora Samuel sees addressing the capital inadequacies of many theatre buildings as being a key priority in the future

Far and wide

17 Jan 2011

Chris Grady explains how Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is developing its philanthropic support

Come rain or shine

17 Jan 2011

A new, indoor space will allow the Globe to stage plays all year round

David and Goliath battle over EU funding

13 Dec 2010

UK theatre company pushed to brink of insolvency by mismanagement of EU funds

(Mostly) good news in Wales

13 Dec 2010

The majority of ACW funded clients are set to gain as cash for the arts increases by 17%

Spoiled for choice?

22 Nov 2010

Roger Tomlinson introduces our special ticketing feature, and surveys the range of ticketing and marketing systems on offer in the UK

A&B reveals latest award winners

22 Nov 2010

Arts organisations’ partnerships with businesses have been honoured at this year’s Arts & Business awards

Job Ladder

01 Nov 2010

Michelle Carwardine-Palmer reveals the route she took to her current role

An absolute priority?

01 Nov 2010

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Paul Harman, Chair of TYA-UK, hits back at ACE’s claims that it prioritises young people, but endorses the idea that regularly funded organisations should take more responsibility locally and regionally for building audiences, touring circuits and promotional activity

An absolute priority?

01 Nov 2010

Paul Harman, Chair of TYA-UK, hits back at ACE’s claims that it prioritises young people, but endorses the idea that regularly funded organisations should take more responsibility locally and regionally for building audiences, touring circuits and promotional activity

Return on investment

01 Nov 2010

Elizabeth Newman, Assistant Director at the Octagon Theatre Bolton at the age of 24, charts her path as a young director and considers whether being a woman has made things harder

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