Spending Review promises “radical steps” towards the devolution of power across the UK and cuts of up to 40%, but Arts Council England’s Lottery stockpile could soften the blow.
The legal framework governing freedom of expression is the subject of new guidance for arts professionals planning to programme challenging or controversial works.
A study among charity trustees and chief executives has found differing perceptions of the role of the board.
The UK’s best outdoor arts companies will be helped to promote and export their work around the globe as part of a new three-year strategic programme.
Founding trustee William Makower has spoken publicly about how he always intended the NFS to move into the wider charity sector, but the arts sector seemed the best place to secure initial funding.
Events which bring together film and live action are becoming increasingly popular, prompting ACE to commission a national study into their impact.
Despite upholding the Government’s decision to exclude the arts from the compulsory EBacc, the Education Secretary has said the curriculum “cannot be complete” without the arts.