Chase Park Festival is one of the UK’s most inclusive festivals and is one of very few to have been awarded Gold for accessibility by Attitude Is Everything. This week’s blog post by the festival’s organiser, Alistair McDonald, gives some background to the festival, lays out some ideas for best practice around accessibility, and offers some more general advice to …
Simon Frith reflects on the Live Music Exchange project in the context of ‘knowledge exchange’.
Information on awards to artists offered by the governments of fourteen countries, examining over thirty awards (as distinct from grants) with details of how they are judged.
This Funding Guide covers the main programmes which are likely to be of use to organisations operating in the Creative Industries Sector.
A report exploring the funding and development opportunities for British musicians and music organisations to export and develop international markets for their work.
This Guide for New Promoters [is] aimed at all under-represented forms of music, jazz being first off the starting block.
Using case studies from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, this paper shows the specific problems confronting live music, with regard to policy and implementation.
A semi-autobiographical account in which Sir Alan Peacock examines the subject of arts funding.
Academic study setting out the economic problems of performing groups, namely that they can achieve neither the economies of scale nor the reduction of labour costs to compete with mass entertainment media.