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Deputy Chief Executive Iain Munro has said that new arts funding models will have to be considered in these unprecedented times.
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Almost 50 new approaches to finance, collaboration and fundraising have been put forward in the Birmingham Cultural Investment Enquiry.
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Two years of discussions with artists and galleries have found overwhelming support for implementing a basic fee framework for visual artists.
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Turner Prize-winning architects Assemble are one of the ‘Creative Agents’ collaborating with schools in a scheme that aims to reach a third of Welsh schools by 2020.
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Seats at the very side of the Festival Theatre’s stalls with no view of the stage have been offered to opera audiences. A Festival spokesperson said people would be happy just to hear the music...
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Works of art from over a thousand museums in 70 countries have been integrated into the mobile phone application, which also supports 360-degree virtual museum tours and can identify a painting in...
Arts People
RIC WATTS, an independent producer who has worked with Unlimited Theatre and Chris Goode & Company, is to join Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre as Senior Producer from October. He...
Arts People
Creative Director of Imove Arts and Chair of Red Ladder Theatre TESSA GORDZIEJKO is to become Executive Director of Unlimited Theatre. She replaces MARK HOLLANDER, who leaves to become Executive...
Arts People
REBECCA KANE BURTON, currently Vice President and General Manager at the O2, has been appointed Managing Director of Really Useful Theatres.
Arts People
Currently a Performance Advisor for Inspiring Scotland and Creative Director of Our Creative World, RACHAEL BROWN has been appointed Chief Executive of the Cultural Enterprise Office.
Artists are often involved in ‘R&D’ projects that are incredibly innovative, but don’t result in economic changes or new products. So what does Digital R&D mean in the arts, asks Leila Johnstone.
Dancing with others can bring us closer to the physical and mental health we require to thrive say researchers Jacob Taylor, Emma Cohen and Arran Davis.
Many UK museums are taking advantage of the Pokemon Go ‘phenomenon’, attracting young gamers by advertising their ‘Pokéstops’, says Nicola Sullivan.
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The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors is taking steps to increase the diversity of its British Composer Awards after analysis found that just 6% of commissioned composers are from...
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More than 150 leading figures in the arts – including Director of the National Theatre Rufus Norris, CEO of Creative England Caroline Norbury and artist Tracy Emin – have praised outgoing...
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Three new funds will help arts organisations become more resilient and more accessible to older people.
Opinion
The Northern Powerhouse plans may be turning Manchester into a cultural tour de force, but it will be a force that benefits the whole sector, argues Dave Moutrey.
From issue 296 Feature
In these rapidly changing times, what new skills and attributes do our cultural leaders need? Sue Hoyle and Robbie Swale share the thoughts of Fellows on the Clore Leadership Programme.
Case study
Access and prejudice still need to be fought, but the British Paraorchestra has talent and fearlessness on its side, says Charles Hazlewood.
Feature
The arts sector talks a lot about diversity, but what can actually be done to achieve it? Monica Montgomery suggests ten ways to take action.
Feature
To make useful art, don’t dumb down, dumb up, says Alistair Hudson.
News
Following the closure of Fairfield Halls for a two-year, £30m refurbishment, the charity that runs it has been unable to make staff redundancy payments and has gone into administration.
Case study
At Sussex Recovery College, arts-based courses are boosting students’ creativity and self-esteem. Kate Davey reports on this promising new model.
Arts People
From London 2012 to Hull 2017, digital specialist David Watson tells us about his career so far.
The people of Northern Ireland should pressure their representatives to prioritise arts funding, because it’s one of the few things in society that can educate and inspire, says Joe Lindsay.

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