£2.5m has been pledged to enable the feasibility study for the £278m venue to be concluded after the Government pulled out.
The new venue will be run by Manchester International Festival, which could see its NPO funding swell from £730k to £9.7m annually.
Copyright: OMA. Image Courtesy Factory Manchester
An assessment of the affordability, accessibility and spread of dance facilities across London comes ahead of a wider plan for culture in the city.
Women are disproportionately burdened with caring responsibilities, which limit income and opportunities for both employed and self-employed professionals.
Current title holders Hull are encouraging other cities to bid in order to reap the benefits, including increased local pride, confidence and self-belief.
Public Health England has issued a new publication to help commissioners gather robust evidence of the effectiveness of arts projects.
Business Secretary Greg Clark has promised that the creative industries will have a big part to play in the Government’s new strategy.
Indhu Rubasingham, Jatinder Verma and Caroline Miller are among the arts figures honoured in 2017.
A successful bid would make The Factory the sixth largest National Portfolio Organisation.
OMA. Image Courtesy of The Factory Manchester
A new report claims hubs support the wider creative economy, but reductive evaluations of their worth are unhelpful.
National companies funded directly by the Government have reacted positively to the Scottish Government’s draft budget for 2017/18, given the wider economic context.
The new body will be worth £40m a year to the Welsh economy and sustain 850 jobs, the Minister responsible for Culture has claimed.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has dispelled fears she was planning on pulling Britain out of the competition because of Brexit.
Leeds City Council
A digital gallery, loan schemes and public tours in schools and libraries are among the proposals for opening the Civil Service Art Collection to all.
'St George's Market', courtesy of NI Civil Service Art Collection
Concerns have been raised about the quality of diversity data, with Arts Council England Chief Executive Darren Henley labelling under-reporting by NPOs “extremely disappointing”.