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Issue 167: Adaptive Technologies , Issue 167: Olympian Ambitions

  • Adaptive Technologies, Olympian Ambitions

    07 Apr 2008

    Reading this issue’s front page, arts professionals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland might be enviously thinking: time to move north. Scotland seems to have been showered with new cash just lately – a total of £19.5m just in the past fortnight. With the advent of Creative Scotland, moreover, it looks as though there might be some new thinking and fresh ideas on the way as well as enough cash to stuff the most capacious sporran to the brim

    However, there might be another side to... more

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    Witty, purposeful, high quality public art is possible in a community context, as Richard Erwin-Jones shows.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Jenny-Anne Dexter takes us on a tour of her favourite virtual haunts.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Jane Thomas suspects that many small arts organisations are missing a trick in terms of how they make use of low cost IT solutions.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Sean Egan counsels us to beware of infringing discrimination laws when dealing with unsolicited employment applications

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Involving communities and workforces is the key to cultural projects in the build-up to 2012, explains Sally Shaw.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    In-house audio description and captioning has made its mark at a newly refurbished theatre, writes Miranda Yates.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Disabled people just want access to the same kit and the same websites that the rest of us take for granted, writes Jo Verrent.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    How can arts organisations join the preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012? Alex Homfray explains.

  • 07 Apr 2008

    Adaptive technology can be surprisingly low-tech and low-cost, as Julia Piggott discovers.