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 Post subject: Arts Council Seminars 2003-4
PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2003 1:24 am 
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Seminar programme 2003/04

The dance unit at Arts Council England, London starts its new programme of free seminars with:

Financial management - How to do it effectively
Friday 17 October 2003
2.00 - 5.00pm

This seminar will be led by Tom Wilcox. Tom was formerly a Business & Finance Officer at London Arts. He is now Finance Manager at the Poetry Society and financial consultant to Siobhan Davies Dance Company and The Cholmondeleys & Featherstonehaughs. This seminar is aimed at independent artists and arts managers. It will guide you through a range of financial management systems, explain some common terminology and help you to find ways to manage your finances effectively.

Places at the seminar are available free of charge. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis.

The dance unit are organising a series of free seminars over the coming months. Details of the seminars will be available on www.londondance.com, in Juice magazine and through the dance e-group.

If you would like to book a place or to receive more information please contact James Hurst in the dance unit:

Contact details:

James Hurst
Dance Unit
Arts Council England, London
2 Pear Tree Court
London EC1R 0DS
Direct line: 020 7608 6134
Fax: 020 7340 1090
Email: james.hurst@artscouncil.org.uk


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2003 9:24 am 
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Arts Council England, London - Dance seminar programme 2003/04

The dance unit at Arts Council England, London starts its new programme of free seminars with:

Financial management - How to do it effectively
Friday 17 October 2003
2.00 – 5.00pm

Please note that this seminar is now fully booked.
This seminar will be led by Tom Wilcox. Tom was formerly a Business and Finance Officer at London Arts. He is now Finance Manager at the Poetry Society and financial consultant to Siobhan Davies Dance Company and The Cholmondeleys & Featherstonehaughs. This seminar is aimed at independent dance artists and dance managers. It will guide you through a range of financial management systems, explain some common terminology and help you to find ways to manage your finances effectively.

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Media Relations for Dance Artists & Dance Administrators
Friday 14 November 2003
2.00 – 5.30pm

Amanda Jones, Head of Press and Public Relations at the Barbican, London, will lead this seminar. The seminar will examine different ways of communicating with the media and how to get the best results if you are not a specialist and both time and money are limited. This seminar is aimed at independent dance artists and dance administrators and managers.

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Copyright: Understanding the principles and making it work in practice
Friday 6 February 2004
2.00 – 5.30pm

Madeline Hutchins will lead this seminar. Madeline has worked as a freelance trainer, consultant and facilitator, specialising in learning and the legal and people aspects of arts management, for 23 years. This seminar will explore the principles of copyright in relation to artistic collaborations. There will be a particular focus on work that is developed collaboratively and how to protect this when drawing up contracts. This seminar is aimed at independent dance artists and dance administrators and managers.

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Insights to writing successful grant applications
Friday 23 January 2004
2.00 – 5.30pm

This seminar will be led by Fern Potter. Fern is an experienced and accomplished fund-raiser who is currently working as development manager with George Piper Dances. The seminar will examine various approaches to fund-raising and the key ways to make stronger applications to public funding agencies as well as private trusts and charities. This seminar is aimed at independent dance artists and dance administrators and managers.

Places at the seminar are available free of charge. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis.

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The dance unit are organising a series of free seminars over the coming months. Details of the seminars will be available on www.londondance.com, in Juice magazine and through the dance e-group.

If you would like to book a place please contact James Hurst in the dance unit:

Contact details:

James Hurst
Dance Unit
Arts Council England, London
2 Pear Tree Court
London EC1R 0DS
Direct line: 020 7608 6134
Fax: 020 7340 1090
Email: james.hurst@artscouncil.org.uk

Please note:
If you are sending an email please include your telephone number and what work you do within the dance sector.

Thank you.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2003 2:10 pm 
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A new seminar:

*e-marketing - the cost effective approach
Friday 5 December
2.00 - 5.30pm

This seminar is led by Hans de Kretser. Hans is currently Head of Digital Marketing for M+H Communications Ltd - a marketing agency for the arts and entertainment sector. Before specialising in electronic marketing ('e-marketing') Hans worked for Sadler's Wells where he joined as Marketing Manager. He is closely involved with londondance.com as well as with other dance websites. This seminar will explore cost-effective ways to market dance using the web and other new media (eg text messaging) and is aimed at anyone who is involved with promoting dance including administrators, managers and marketers.

If you would like to book a place please contact James Hurst in the dance unit:

Contact details:

James Hurst
Dance Unit
Arts Council England, London
2 Pear Tree Court
London EC1R 0DS
Direct line: 020 7608 6134
Fax: 020 7340 1090
Email: james.hurst@artscouncil.org.uk

Please note:
If you are sending an email please include your telephone number and what work you do within the dance sector.


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