AI PROFILE Bringing the palace back to the people

Louise Stewart, chief executive of alexandra park and palace Charitable Trust

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PASSING BY… The Nick of time

With the appointment of Sir Nicholas Serota as the next chair of the Arts Council, Antony Thorncroft reflects on some of his predecessors

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BREXIT Coping with the unknown

How should arts organisations proceed into such an uncertain international future? Callum Lee of BOP Consulting has this advice

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MUSEUMS Heaney’s Homeplace

A new internationally flavoured arts centre dedicated to the great Irish poet is opening in a small rural village. Patrick Kelly reports

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UK CITY OF CULTURE Everyone back to ours

Hull is preparing to throw its doors open to the world as it looks forward to culture providing the economic boost it badly needs. Simon Tait reports

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DEA BIRKETT Panel beating

Dea Birkett finds too little in common among those planning future arts funding

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FESTIVALS All in the mind

Sheffield University’s Festival of the Mind brings science and art to the heart of the city

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THE WORD Transforming for Rio

Graham Sheffield, director of arts at the British Council, on how cultural connections that challenge exclusion and inequality were forged for Rio 2016

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PATRICK KELLY'S back page

AI's pick of the best to come

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PASSING BY... Beyond the Fringe

Antony Thorncroft casts an eye from afar over this year’s Edinburgh festivals

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VISUAL ARTS mima's metamorphosis

Middlesbrough’s contemporary art gallery is undergoing some radical changes, discovers Patrick Kelly

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MY STORY Thames artistry

Jan Lennox is director of Watermans, the West London arts centre based in Brentford. Watermans sees over 230,000 visits annually to its programme of independent cinema, children’s and asian theatre, exhibitions, courses and festivals. Watermans also leads several other major projects: bell square, a three year-old outdoor arts venue in hounslow, staging free fortnightly events; the Circulate consortium, a network of london venues promoting outdoor arts in underserved boroughs and Creative people & places hounslow, part of ACE’s major investment in building new arts audiences

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