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The national funder is told to focus on financial resilience, transparency and digital engagement in the first review for seven years.
Calls for the creative industries to remain a priority during Brexit negotiations, and for new policies to provide economic security and address the “skills time bomb” in the sector, are among the priorities.
Arts Council England must ensure that hubs do more to promote social mobility, but rural hubs will be offered no extra funding to cover their higher cost base.
Political deadlock has forced the Arts Council of Northern Ireland to withhold 50% of all grants for its annually funded organisations.
Local authority arts cuts, the regional imbalance in funding and the risks posed by Brexit were all subjects of debate in the House of Lords last week.
The Culture UK partnership will develop three arts festivals each year, while a new £4m fund will help arts organisations create work for broadcast and online.
Autism and dyslexia have long been associated with creativity, but is the arts sector doing enough to support neurodivergent artists? Susan Jones highlights some concerns and opportunities.
Despite the cuts, many museums are managing to increase income through commercial activities and fundraising, the Museums Association’s survey has found.
The local authority has approved an investment of over £30m for a scheme that will place arts activity at the heart of regeneration plans.
Joe Hallgarten proposes a new solution to the uncomfortable fact that attendance at taxpayer-subsidised arts events remains stubbornly skewed by social class.
Arts Council England funding for projects to tackle disadvantage is accused of being “window dressing” in the context of local authority cuts and library closures.
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.
A planned evaluation of the much-criticised funding portal will not lead to them retiring the system, ACE has confirmed.
A DCMS-backed funding programme is set to extend the value of match funding offered to arts organisations raising funds through crowdfunding.
The pilot Great Place Scheme will be rolled out to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland later this year.
Business support provides a lifeline that can help cultural organisations attract new partners, funders, lenders and investors. Sarah Thirtle previews a new programme designed to do just that.
Can corporate sponsorship have a negative effect on a cultural organisation’s artistic value? Yuliya Shymko and Thomas Roulet share what they have learned studying the Russian theatre sector.
Women want to be recognised for their talent, but struggle to overcome gender barriers in the music industry without targeted support, report finds.
Arts organisations working on their funding bids have been asked to “budget realistically and focus on core need”.
New ‘T-level’ qualifications will be introduced from 2019, with a Creative and Design strand preparing young people for roles including arts producer and graphic designer.