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Contracts – what is it good for?

One of the things that is often an issue for Outdoor Arts Performers and Companies is the Contract. Unless you have a exchanged a good contract with the Booker you can’t be sure and secure in Gig, Conditions, Payment. I’d

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Recipe for best Learning Tonic, by Liz Pugh

Howfa! Abuja Reflections on training Creative Producers in Nigeria, as part of the British Council’s #UKNG Creative Cities 2015 Recipe for best Learning Tonic, by Liz Pugh, Walk the Plank Recipe for #UKNG Peppered Learning Tonic: Take fifty cultural practitioners

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Outdoor Arts attract a wide-ranging and diverse audience

This article is from the ISAN website http://www.isanuk.org/makingthecase/facts-figures/ We post it here because its great information! Key Facts & Figures Over the past two years of Audience Finder (2013-2014), it has become a consistent and demonstrable fact that OA events attract

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Low barriers to access key to support for outdoor arts

Arts Professional posted http://www.artsprofessional.co.uk/news/low-barriers-access-key-support-outdoor-arts?utm_source=Weekly-News&utm_medium=email&u Low barriers to access key to support for outdoor arts New research confirms that outdoor arts events draw wide support among local audiences from diverse economic and social backgrounds. Photo: Heart of America Shakespeare by AJ

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Streetwise theatre: the joy of shows in the great outdoors

Article in the Guardian 17th June 2014 http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2014/jun/17/outdoor-theatre-danny-boyle-london-olympics-greenwich-docklands-festival

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Archive Project – sign-up now

Archive Project – sign-up now with your support or if you have materials for an Archive. Thanks! Please have a look at all the details – below this form – before you sign up Any questions: email us now NASA

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Busking Project Survey of Buskers experiences in the UK

Keeping free art on the streets! Dear busker,We are conducting a large-scale study into the way street performance affects the way people experience city life, and the effect that local government policies have on encouraging/discouraging a good busking culture. We

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Keep Streets Live vs Camden Council – “Negative outcome for Buskers”

Keep Streets Live vs Camden Council “Negative outcome for Buskers” A judge has declared that “policy introducing fines of up to £1,000 for busking without a licence is ‘necessary and proportionate’”. That’s right, it’s now illegal to busk in Camden

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NASA UK Newsletter January 2014

Hello members! Welcome to our Newsletter First of all, we would like to wish you a very happy new year! We have got lots in the pipeline for NASA in 2014, building on our achievements over the past 12 months.

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Lording it up for the rights of us down at street level…

Lording it up for the rights of us down at street level… On Monday the 6th of January George Monbiot reported in the Gaurdian about draconian new powers in which ‘Street life will be reduced to a trance-world of consumerism

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