Ticket sales are down at some arts organisations as a “direct and understandable result of the attack”.
The industry body said it was forced to drop out as Labour would not commit to “proper scrutiny”.
Those with experience of bullying in the arts and cultural sector are invited to give confidential feedback to inform a new book.
Manifesto pledges would see the party deliver on earlier proposals for 90% of pupils to study the EBacc, and establish a new curriculum fund to develop “knowledge-rich” classroom resources.
Removing barriers that prevent pupils from studying the arts in schools is one of a limited range of pledges to support cultural activity.
The British Museum confiscated items including bow ties and waistcoats from campaigners in London because it was “not aware of what the protestors intended to do with them”.
Halton CCG’s manifesto for wellbeing commits the organisation to commissioning cultural activity, which it says can support wellbeing in ways that other methods cannot.
Labour’s draft manifesto outlines plans to put creativity at the heart of education and make a £1bn investment in ‘creative clusters’, but offers no increases in direct funding for the arts.
A comparison of 16 world cities shows the capital’s £1.2bn annual spend is behind only Moscow and Paris.
1,000 older people will benefit from the extension of a ‘Dance to Health’ programme involving arts partners including Yorkshire Dance and Birmingham Royal Ballet.
The introduction of two-year Open Project Funding is thought to have led to a drop in the number of arts organisations applying for Regular Funding.
A research project into audience development practices across Europe has issued a set of recommendations and guides for cultural organisations.
The size of an arts organisation is more important than location when it comes to attracting donations and sponsorship, new analysis has found.
A House of Lords inquiry raises concerns that young people from diverse backgrounds are being discouraged from entering careers in theatre, putting the sector’s future cultural and economic success at risk.
Election candidates are being asked to recognise and campaign to mitigate the strains facing the dance sector.