Concerns have been raised about international artistic exchange and the export of cultural products, following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
People from high socio-economic backgrounds are almost twice as likely to say public spending on arts and culture benefits them than those with smaller incomes.
Artists in the caves and bogs of the Brecon Beacons National Park are to receive support to distribute their work as part of a new innovation fund for digital projects in Wales.
Views are invited on whether secondary ticket platforms are offering consumers sufficient information to allow them to make informed buying decisions.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation has stepped in to enable teachers to access on-going professional development that will help them use arts practice across the curriculum.
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The decline in the take-up of arts subjects at GCSE has increased five-fold over the past year, coinciding with a dramatic rise in young people studying EBacc subjects.
UK Music is calling on policy-makers to create “optimum conditions” for young people to enter the music industries, as a new report reveals the employment and income generated by music tourists.
Street parties, guerrilla gardening and engagement with cultural buildings must be encouraged if creativity is to become as accessible as sport, a new report has concluded.
Suggestions about how to improve funding opportunities for small and regional arts organisations have been submitted to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee.