Girls go Nutcrackers
Tutus and ballet shoes are the stuff of Christmas for little girls, says Debra Craine:
Royal Opera House - some thoughts on the current position...
By Andrew Clark
Steps in the right direction
For some children, ballet seems to be an alien and forbidding world. But the Royal Ballet is challenging those preconceptions with its Chance to Dance scheme. By Nadine Meisner:
Every pixel tells a story
From pop videos to PlayStation 2, digital art is everywhere. But does anybody out there really know what it is? Alex O’Connell reports from the frontline. (a onld link that may be of interest none-the-less)
Artsworld have launched and I've done a search for some links...
Something elitist for everyone.
Jeremy Isaacs wants his new satellite TV channel, Artsworld, which goes on air for the first time today, to be an oasis of high art in a desert of popular culture. But, he tells Susannah Herbert, it won't be worthy and it won't be dull:
Isaacs' battle stations
Arts TV used to mean Shakespeare and Schoenberg. Now it's 'the Classical Brits' and Dolly Parton on 'The South Bank Show'. Here Jeremy Isaacs laments the decline in standards and sets out his manifesto for Artsworld, a new digital channel which is launched this week:
It's not over till the fat lady zaps
If you like high culture, you ought to love the new TV channel Artsworld. But Stuart Jeffries has his doubts
Interference - Technology: Artsworld
By NICK WYKE
Sir Jeremy Isaacs launches Artsworld
By Matt Wells
GMG and Sky eye stakes in arts channel
The Artsworld web site is not fully 'off-the-ground' yet, but will be fully populated in a couple of weeks I think: