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The ‘Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund’, supported by Garfield Weston Foundation and the Art Fund, will help regional museums and galleries exhibit major art works from national...
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Social enterprise BH Live, which runs events and hospitality services at venues in the south of England, has been selected to run the new Fairfield Halls when it reopens as a "cultural hub...
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Five residents in luxury flats neighbouring Tate Modern have claimed a viewing platform, located in the gallery’s new extension, has created a state of “near constant surveillance”...
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Entrepreneur Peter Dawe and festival organiser Mark Ringer are currently in discussion with the owners of the Broadway Theatre in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, about taking over the venue.
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London’s New Diorama Theatre has announced that ND2, a 4,000-square-metre space, will open from May. It will be a creative hub by day and an events space by night.
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A new survey will inform how the Arts Council of Wales encourages the arts sector to make a greater contribution to health and wellbeing.
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Young people in creative occupations are almost 50% more likely to have had a parent working in a professional position while growing up, new research has found.
Closing Inverleith House six months ago was a terrible mistake, and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh must re-open it as permanent contemporary gallery, argues Neil Cooper.
Emma Rice, Artistic Director of Shakespeare’s Globe, pens a personal explanation of why she stood down just six months after joining the organisation, highlighting “the Board did not love me and respect me”.
What impact will the new Bridge Theatre, run by former National Theatre Directors Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr, have on the London theatre ecology? Michael Billington weighs in.
Artist strikes have become a common feature of the cultural landscape in Poland. Rob Sharp assesses what other countries can learn about popular opposition to the rollback of state subsidies.
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Leading playwrights and composers have been brought together for a two-year project, supported by six-figure funding through the Genesis Foundation, to address a “lack of seriousness”...
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The Diversity School Initiative, set up by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama student Steven Kavuma, aims to lobby drama schools to develop more inclusive curriculums and facilities, and hold...
Arts People
The Foundling Museum has announced that poet, playwright and author LEMN SISSAY MBE has been appointed to its Board of Trustees. He has been a ‘Foundling Fellow’ since 2014. 
Arts People
MHORA SAMUEL, previously Director of the Theatres Trust, has taken on a new role as Senior Policy Officer, Creative Enterprise Zones, at the Greater London Authority. 
Feature
Some freelancers and contractors working in the public sector may be taxed at source via PAYE following changes in legislation. Mahmood Reza explains what has changed and the implications.
Feature
Sharing skills and resources is not just about altruism, it can unlock new sources of revenue for arts organisations. Benita Matofska shares five tips for getting started. 
Feature
The gender divide amongst artists exhibited and sold is not inevitable, and new research into Artfinder’s online community proves it, says Jonas Almgren.
Arts People
As she prepares to step down from the company she founded over 30 years ago, Avril Hitman reflects on her career at the forefront of inclusive dance.
Opinion
As drama is downgraded in our schools, Fiona Banks explains why it is essential for young people to see theatre live on stage.
Case study
As an arts festival with an explicit social change mission, Refugee Week faces some unique challenges. Emily Churchill Zaraa discusses how it tackles them head on. 
(IN FRENCH) An old Berlin bank was turned into an art gallery just before it was destroyed. Luxembourg’s Le Quotidien reports on the 165 artists from 17 different countries given free rein over the condemned building.
Investing in culture has created a bright future for Aberdeen, despite pressing economic challenges, argues Sally Reaper.
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(IN POLISH) The Second World War and Westerplatte museums will combine to create a new Museum of World War II, Culture Minister Piotr Gliński has announced. The news follows an intervention by the...
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The new-look studios in Hertfordshire will bring the entire Henry Moore Archive together in a new building, which will include further project space for digitisation and a new visitor centre.

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