The pilot Great Place Scheme will be rolled out to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland later this year.
The knowledge-sharing Small Venues Network intends to take on an additional 20 members later this year.
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.
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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.
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Simon Rattle and Maria Balshaw are among the signatories to a letter highlighting a continued drop in teacher numbers and hours dedicated to creative subjects.
An inquiry will consider data regarding a future skills gap, the role of a creative education, and the need for greater diversity in theatre.
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”.
Music Hubs could save an average of 476 hours driving a week by switching to online teaching, research suggests.
Two art colleges and three conservatoires have been ranked among the world’s top ten academic institutions for their subjects.
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Introducing safe spaces for people with sensory issues is key to creating accessible cultural venues, according to a new report.
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.
3,500 artists risk losing their workspaces by 2019, according to a new report on the threat that regeneration can pose to creative communities.
The university-led project will record details of venues, musicians and audiences in six cities, to gain a better understanding of the pressures facing music businesses and venues.