Feature
How can we make sure that authors are paid fairly in times of technological change? Luke Alcott discusses the steps that are being taken to protect their rights.
Laura Purseglove talks to Pippa Koszerek about her work bringing contemporary art into churches and cathedrals.
News
The move from its Clerkenwell home to a site in-between Tate Modern and the National Theatre will cost the Central School of Ballet £6m.
News
North Devon Council plans to bring in a ‘caretaker operator’ to reopen the Queens Theatre in Barnstaple and the Landmark Theatre in Ilfracombe after the trust running them went into...
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A group of around 20 men and women have taken over the building, which has been vacant since the cinema moved to the new HOME complex, and plan to put on film screenings, workshops and music events.
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Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales has been forced to end a long-term loan agreement with London’s National Portrait Gallery after Denbighshire County Council cut its funding by 40%.
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A 63-year-old homeless man has been arreseted and charged after allegedly attacking ‘The Morning Walk’ with a drill bit on Saturday afternoon. He was detained by gallery assistants with...
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The knowledge-sharing Small Venues Network intends to take on an additional 20 members later this year.
After creative workers voted overwhelmingly against Brexit, Mia Jankowicz reviews their main concerns and hopes for the future.
How should US arts organisations focus their energies to save the National Endowment for the Arts? Barry Hessenius outlines his vision.
News
In response to venue closures and the proposed opening of a hotel on Womanby Street, campaigners have called on the city council to designate the street an area of cultural significance for music and...
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An 11-day programme, set to run alongside the first European Sports Championships, will take place in August 2018 and transform George Square into a hub for dance, music, comedy and theatre.
Case study
60 young people in Cambridgeshire stay behind after school every week to sing, compose music and play instruments. Lin Hetherington tells the story.
Feature
The rise of the selfie has created new problems for those managing ‘dark tourism’ sites, such as Auschwitz-Birkenau. Félicie Kertudo examines how they can promote themselves ethically. 
News
The launch of a joint £1.4m fund comes months after the South Korean Culture Minister was arrested for blocking 10,000 artists from accessing funding.
Arts People
How does the Director of a PR firm juggle staying in touch with clients, getting to press nights and meeting journalists by the fireside? Chloé Nelkin offers a peek into her working life.
News
LD50, the gallery in Dalston accused of promoting hate speech and ‘alt-right’ exhibitions, has shut down following protests and has “no imminent plans to reopen”.
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The talk station is to introduce a wave of new creative programmes, including an arts interview series in prime time, in a bid to do for the arts ‘what the BBC has done for science’.
More can be achieved through culture than any other government policy, Bush Theatre’s Madani Younis tells Decca Aitkenhead ahead of the theatre’s re-opening.
Having a baby can leave even the most committed theatregoer feeling unwelcome. But a theatre culture that values families is one that is looking to the future, says Lyn Gardner.
News
A planned evaluation of the much-criticised funding portal will not lead to them retiring the system, ACE has confirmed.
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A DCMS-backed funding programme is set to extend the value of match funding offered to arts organisations raising funds through crowdfunding.
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Echoing a recent decision in the US, Parliament is considering making it illegal to use ‘bots’ to bypass maximum limits and bulk-purchase tickets, which touts can then sell for inflated...
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A new studio space and attic rehearsal room will allow the theatre to increase its produced, co-produced and commissioned productions by 50%, and will become home to associate artists including Milk...
Once seen as stuffy and elusive, museums have become more inclusive, accessible and dynamic thanks to social media. But how much personality should an arts organisation have? The Wellcome Collection’s Russell Dornan ponders the issue.

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