Interns, apprentices and volunteers are taking the place of permanent paid staff in the arts sector, which is also seeing a move away from contracts of employment towards freelance working.
Arts projects will be integral to a series of initiatives involving local communities and aiming to improve quality of life in Wales.
A new study suggests more recent drama school graduates are securing significant, paid acting roles, particularly in recorded media and the West End.
The latest data reveals a shift in both employment practices and audience patterns among Arts Council of Wales’ Revenue Funded Organisations.
Definitions of arts and culture may need to be reconsidered if youth engagement is to be properly understood, suggests report.
The new College is one of seven employer-led, Government-backed initiatives aiming to plug skills gaps in sectors considered critical to economic growth.
Sir Peter Bazalgette has outlined a “fundamental shift” in the Arts Council’s approach to diversity, aiming to make creative opportunities more accessible to all.
A new five-year strategy abandons artform emphasis and sets out to enable creative professionals to work at their best and connect with the whole of Wales.