Tagged with Arts

Resource: Governance in the arts and museums – a practical guide, Clore Leadership Programme

The Clore Leadership Programme, supported by Arts Council England, has published a pilot practical guide for good governance in arts and museums. It includes: Practical advice on governance structures The board’s roles and responsibilities Articles on managing change, artistic risk, working in partnership and young people on boards Useful templates to help with board recruitment, … Continue reading

Resource: Creative activities in prisons

Recommendations made by the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance for prisoners to have access to creative activities have been taken up by HMIP in its criteria for appraising and inspecting prisons and custodial institutions. The guidelines expect that prisoners are encouraged to engage in creative activities to promote learning and boost employability, to improve health … Continue reading

Resource: Digital Update from Audience Agency

Resource: Digital Update from Audience Agency

Katie Moffat,  head of digital at the Audience Agency, has circulated another newsletter with updates on what’s happening in the world of social media as relevant to the arts, culture museums and heritage sector. In this newsletter Katie mentions the following: “WhatsApp has over one billion daily active users and it’s about to start letting businesses … Continue reading

Public art programme launched in Amesbury

Public art programme launched in Amesbury

The provision of public art in Amesbury was requested through Wiltshire Council’s planning processes and policies and forms part of several requirements upon developers in order to achieve their planning permission. Ginkgo Projects and Bloor Homes present an afternoon of family festivities to celebrate the launch of a public art programme for the Kings Gate housing … Continue reading

Job: Course Tutor Art and Design, Swindon College

  Swindon College is seeking to recruit an experienced course tutor to provide effective course leadership and ensure that the standards of teaching and learning within the department are the highest in the sector. The post holder will be required to co-ordinate a highly effective teaching learning and assessment experience across allocated courses to ensure … Continue reading

Resource: Creative People and Places Programme evaluation

More people from places with low levels of arts engagement are experiencing culture thanks to Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places (CPP) programme. According to an overwhelmingly positive evaluation of its first three years, the community arts programme is starting to achieve its long-term goals of improving wellbeing and a sense of belonging but … Continue reading