A new report calls on the Government to help develop more creative clusters outside London and...

Colin Tweedy calls for business sponsorship of the arts to be nurtured again, particularly...

All bar UKIP affirm the value of the arts and culture in society, but only The Greens commit to...

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  • With Monaco’s Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo set to come to the UK, Mark Monahan explains how the world’s second smallest country is able to house an internationally-renowned ballet troupe.

  • Two hundred successful women from the arts gathered in Tate Modern to inspire schoolgirls and spearhead the next generation of artists, writers and directors.

  • Two young theatre makers dissect the industry’s “class problem” and tell Matt Trueman what the arts sector should be doing about it.

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Within a month of Director PENELOPE CURTIS announcing that she will leave Tate Britain, CHRIS DERCON is following suit and resigning as...
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The new Director of The Henry Moore Foundation will be GODFREY WORSDALE. Currently Director of BALTIC, he has previously led Southampton...
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FACT (Foundation for Art & Creative Technology) has appointed JO WRIGHT as its new Executive Director. He steps down after four years...
Colchester Arts Centre’s Director ANTHONY ROBERTS has been appointed as Interim Director at Firstsite, following the departure of MATTHEW...
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British conductor STUART STRATFORD is the new Music Director for Scottish Opera. 


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Fred Weijgertse explores the global art market’s record year and points to the growth in exhibitions, galleries and collectors in China.

Conferences & Training


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Dany Louise looks into the reasons why many cities welcome biennials of art events while others are less receptive.


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Creating a network of ambassadors to promote culture and creativity in schools in the north east of England has been a bigger and more complex job than Ednie Wilson first anticipated.