Subject: Tell Mailout about your arts events!
From: "Anonymous" <artsnews_at_listmail_dot_artsfb_dot_org_dot_uk>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 14:28:22 -0000
Do you have any major arts events or conferences on the horizon for 2008?
Mailout wants to hear about them!
Established in 1987 as the only national magazine to cover all art forms, MAiLOUT
aims to report on a wide variety of subjects including: arts development,
disability arts, community arts, arts with young people, rural arts, arts and
health, arts and regeneration, arts and education, arts training and culturally
I am compiling a list of key events in the arts sector for 2008 and welcome
information from arts organisations, individuals or events companies.
If you would like to be added to the database please email
mailto:ruth_at_e-mailout_dot_org with events in the subject box.
We also can offer magazines free of charge to events and conferences for
The deadline for advertising in the Feb/March issue is aprox 19th, January
however this can change depending on schedule of magazine so please contact
the office for further information.
The magazine is a great way of reaching over 5000 arts professionals with
adverts for events and conferences, job vacancies and information.
To receive information on booking an advert which also includes web
advertising please email Ruth_at_e-mailout_dot_org
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Subject: The Business of The Performing Arts (new course in London)From: "Anonymous" <artsnews_at_listmail_dot_artsfb_dot_org_dot_uk>Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 15:06:56 -0000X-Message-Number: 9This intensive five week evening course will provide a comprehensive overview ofsetting up and running a successful and sustainable performing arts companyputting in place systems and strategies to thrive not just survive. Coveringplanning and management, fundraising and income generation, and venues,touring and marketing, as well as creating an achievable vision for your company,this programme will ensure you're on the road to success.The course is suitable for individuals or groups who are considering settingup their own performing arts company (theatre, dance and street arts/circus)or those in the early stages of trading.The programme will be run by creative business consultant Sinead Mac Manuswho has worked for a wide range of arts organisations, including Mimbre, FranticAssembly, Tall Stories and movingeast. Sinead is currently CPD Leader atUniversity of Greenwich and a freelance arts consultant, producer and trainerworking in the theatre, dance and street arts/circus sectors. Shespecialises in organisational development, training and 1-2-1 support forperforming arts companies and has devised and run training events for CIDA,PANDA and CIBAS. In partnership with Forbidden Theatre Company, she has beenrunning the New Company's Survival Guide course since 2006 and it the author of'Volve Graduate Handbook: a practical guide to producing performance'commissioned by Brunel University. Prior to her arts management career,Sinead had a successful career as an Urban Planner in the corporate and localgovernment sectors. She currently sits on the Board of Theatre Venture andthe Steering Committee of Londondance.com and was a dance assessor of theArts Council for many years.Times: 6.30pm - 9pmDates: Thursdays, 31st January to 28th February 2008Location: University of Greenwich, Park Row, London, SE8 9LSFee: £120For further information and bookings:Phone: Sinead Mac Manus on 020 8331 8979Or download a booking form from www.gre.ac.uk/upstart
Subject: Introduction to Creative Event Management (new course in London)From: "Anonymous" <artsnews_at_listmail_dot_artsfb_dot_org_dot_uk>Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 15:07:55 -0000X-Message-Number: 10Event management is a rapidly growing and exciting profession in Britain, withLondon at its epicentre. This intensive five week evening course will providestudents with an introduction to event management and production and will coverevent planning, design, funding and sponsorship, marketing, risk management,production and evaluation.From festivals and exhibitions through to commercial and charity events, thisintensive programme looks at all the aspects of management needed for asuccessful event.The programme will be run by international event manager Sandi Goodwin.Sandi has a strong background in event management and artistic production andhas worked as an Event Manager, theatre, dance and festival producer in Britainand New Zealand for the past eight years. She has lectured in event managementaround the world and also works as a trainer. Sandi holds a Diploma in EventManagement from AUT (Auckland, New Zealand) and a Diploma in Arts Managementfrom Birkbeck in London.Times: 6.30pm - 9pmDates: Thursdays, 31st January to 28th February 2008Location: University of Greenwich, Park Row, London, SE8 9LSFee: £120For further information and bookings:Phone: Sinead Mac Manus on 020 8331 8979Or download a booking form from www.gre.ac.uk/upstart
Industry leaders pass ‘vote of no confidence’ in Arts Council EnglandArts Council England has been delivered a ‘vote of no confidence’ at an emergency meeting organised by trade union Equity and attended by leading figures from the UK theatre industry including Ian McKellen, Peter Hall and Kevin Spacey. The meeting, which was held at the Young Vic and attended by ACE chief executive Peter Hewitt, was called in the wake of the arts council’s latest spending review, in which almost 200 organisations face the threat of total cuts to their funding.For more details, visit www.thestage.co.uksource: The Stage