The Globe, which has been at the forefront of contemporary art in the North East for more than 17 years, was one of a number of arts projects left bitterly disappointed not to achieve National Portfolio of regularly funded Organisations (NPO) status.
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RFO stands for Regularly Funded Organisation (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Some 1,333 arts companies applied for funding but from next April the Arts Council's portfolio of 849 regularly funded organisations will be slashed to just 695.
She notes that the region employs 14 "relationship managers" - who are the primary point of contact at the council for regularly funded organisations across different art forms - but says it is hard to separate their importance from that of the "back room" staff.
The Arts Council was keen to stress that 75% of their regularly funded organisations (RFOs) would get funding increases and some 200 bodies would get above-inflation rises.
It would be a nice gesture, however, following recent Arts Council cuts to their regularly funded organisations, that in the first instance The Broad Chare host a supper for those organisations that were less fortunate, beginning with Side Gallery.
6 per cent and has been told to limit cuts to its own regularly funded organisations, which include orchestras and theatres across England, to 15 per cent.
But while it is increasing money to three-quarters of its 990 regularly funded organisations, it is also cutting it for 194 of them.
The Arts Council North West has indicated that the music festival's parent company, Chester Festivals, will no longer be classed as a Regularly Funded Organisation from April next year.