LITERATURE Word on the street

South Shields’ new library has ambitious plans to become a national centre for the written word. Patrick Kelly reports 

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THE WORD Changing the narrative

Kate Danielson, programme director of the Jerwood Creative bursaries programme, on a crisis looming in bringing new talent into the sector that would ensure its future

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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE Brexit means... what?

Geoffrey Brown, founder and director of Euclid, the consultancy devoted to guiding us through the tangle of European funding, explains

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LITERATURE The author’s godmother

The Literary Consultancy, giving honest and informed advice to putative writers, is 20 years old and has become an invaluable bridge between authors and publishers. Simon Tait talks to founder, Rebecca Swift

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City state

As arts organisations look around the world for new kinds of partnership and we enter the next uncertain phase of globalisation, Paul Owens, managing director of BOP Consulting, reports from the recent World Cities Culture forum, this year held in Moscow, and finds that it’s time for smaller cities to invest in culture

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Life after Brexit

The Creative Industries Federation has published its interim Brexit Report, outlining ‘red-line’ issues and with recommendations. Here is AI’s guide to it

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DEA BIRKETT A step back into the future

Dea Birkett makes her predictions for the arts in 2017

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AI PROFILE Why Britain will never leave Europe

Csaba KáEl, general manager, Müpa, Budapest 

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SIMON TAIT'S DIARY

Laying it on thick

Here is - unmistakably despite the slap - Roy Hudd who…

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MY STORY Irish eyes

EMMA SMITH is the director of the Liverpool Irish Festival, the largest Irish arts festival in the UK. She has worked
with many of the city’s leading cultural venues and figures, including a number of years heading up the creative community at Bluecoat, directing
 the Look Liverpool international photography festival and working with beacon festivals such as DaDaFest and Liverpool Arab Arts Festival.

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PATRICK KELLY's Back Page

AI's pick of the best to come

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AI PROFILE Bringing the palace back to the people

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

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