ACE-funded organisations saved £1.25m in energy costs last year and the number of organisations engaged with environmental sustainability is growing.
As a new report reveals cultural tourism generated £3.2bn for the economy in 2013, City Hall plans to help spread the wealth.
Arts venues in Wales have joined forces to implement a new national scheme that aims to provide more consistent and reliable arts experiences for disabled people.
By pooling resources and expertise the consortium aims to become a strong and efficient voice for the dance sector.
As the UK gears up to celebrate three ‘cities of culture’ between 2017 and 2023, questions still remain over how they will be funded.
Umbrella bodies and venues will bear the brunt of cuts in Northern Ireland, as funding decisions are aimed at preserving the “core elements of each art form”.
Cuts and restructures have damaged relationships between arts organisations and local authorities, with community organisations and artists finding support harder to come by.
A review of Arts Council England’s Catalyst programme reveals a shift in attitudes towards fundraising but delivers little evidence of impact on the bottom line.
Venues that provide a training ground and experience for up-and-coming musicians are not up to standard and need investment to bring them up to the levels expected by audiences, according to the Music Venue Trust.