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LONDON EVENING STANDARD: Jude Law is set to take on the most challenging role of his career. He is making his debut as Hamlet in the final production of the Donmar Warehouse's season in the West End.
Audiences Wales, the arts marketing and audience development agency for Wales, has published a new guide to market research.
THE IRISH NEWS: “Leaving a steady job like that to become an opera singer did seem a bit out there," says Alfie Boe. From car mechanic to award-winning Broadway star, Boe certainly made the right decision. His enchanting voice has captured the hearts of audiences and critics on both sides of the Atlantic.
Dance United is the UK’s leading dance in social inclusion charity. We train dance artists to work with disadvantaged groups and communities, from street children in Ethiopia to young offenders in Bradford.
Backstage at a concert arena in Treviso, near Venice, Noel Gallagher’s younger brother is characteristically blunt about the interview that is about to take place with his sibling. “I hope you’ve got your glass eye in,” he warns, “because he’ll talk you to f***ing sleep.”
A restructuring at Arts Council England will save the organisation £6.5m per year.
One eskimO is a 4-piece band that combines beautiful music with gorgeous animations. Musically, they are produced by Rollo (Faithless) whilst the fantastic animations were made by Passion Pictures (the team behind Gorillaz). They have already won the 2008 British Animation Public Choice 'Music Video' Award.
Spotlight speaks about how UK theatre training helps Brits on the road to Hollywood
I spent four days in seven at my old job working for the BBC, and one day a week helping with the Miss Jones ready-to-wear collection in a basement near Covent Garden. There couldn’t have been a greater contrast between those two worlds.
Here is a modest proposal: The federal government — which means you and I — should pump $62 billion into the nation's nonprofit cultural infrastructure. Crisis is a time for boldness, not timidity, and few recall an economic crisis quite like this one. So art museums, symphonies, theaters, dance companies and other cultural centers should get a huge infusion of funds.
In 1956, Lew Allen found himself to be the only cameraman covering Elvis Presley's Nov. 23 concert at the Cleveland Arena. Over fifty years later, he tells Arts Hub about the day-to-day life of a working photographer.
Cope has now ruled herself out of the job, claiming the pressure to write to order made good poets write bad poetry.
Just a month after Jeremy Strick resigned under pressure as director of the beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has landed a new job. Starting March 2 he will be director of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, the institution confirmed.
The judges thought his book was flawed and ended badly – but it still triumphed. Costa prize winner Sebastian Barry
tells Stuart Jeffries how his epic was born.
The DANCEEAST ACADEMY is a scheme that offers young people aged 10 - 18, with exceptional potential in dance, the opportunity to access high quality dance training.
Christie’s International, the large auction house, is to start a cost-reduction effort on Monday that will include job cuts.
Many sponsors have withdrawn quickly from the art field, and many people have lost jobs in the Moscow art scene, said Hans Knoll of Knoll Galerie Wien.
Bassist John Miller is a Broadway orchestra contractor, the go-to guy if you're trying to put together a Frankie Valli-style combo for Jersey Boys, replace an oboist or violinist in the orchestra for Les Miz or find a pipa player for M. Butterfly.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has unveiled a plan to extend support for cultural activities to the underprivileged and create more jobs in the culture and arts industry in efforts to overcome the economic slump.
"Musical training used to fuel the fires of condescension (from both sides) and genre was to be worn like a badge of authenticity; 'I am rock, you are classical and never the twain shall meet'. Personally, I am looking forward to a future characterised by unclassifiable, adaptable musicians, for whom style and training are mere tools."
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