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Here’s what your organisation needs to know about funding and regulatory changes now that the UK is out of the EU.
Can shopping malls be used to sustain - or even fund - culture? China's model offers a way forward, but not a bulletproof solution.
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West Midlands co-investment fund The Ark Hub has struck a deal to bring investment to the region's creative industries. CEO Rupert Lyle said its new partnership with The Creative Advantage...
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An actor is suing the Royal College of Music (RCM) for £125,000 for breaching health and safety regulations after he was injured during rehearsals. Arthur Chaill was practising a prison...
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Carlisle City Council is seeking "an experienced operator" to run one of the city's major arts and entertainment venues. The Old Fire Station is to be placed under new management,...
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Delays and cost overruns to the £45m project are likely as it downsizes to avoid a long and expensive legal battle.
François Matarasso responds to the controversy over Arts Council England's focus on 'creative practitioners' rather than artists: "This strategy is three days old, and is already being reduced to a fruitless argument about a false story."
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Groundlings Theatre in Portsmouth has been added to the Theatres Trust's Risk Register following a devastating burglary. The trust's annual list highlights 30 theatres at risk of closure,...
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A year-long programme of Canadian culture has been launched in Glasgow. Sarah Fountain Smith, Deputy High Commissioner for Canada in the UK, announced the celebration on 30 January, saying it will...
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PHILIP BERNAYS will retire as Chief Executive of Newcastle Theatre Royal at the end of the year. He has been Chief Executive since 2005, during which time he has overseen the restoration of...
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Bristol Music Trust Chief Executive LOUISE MITCHELL has become Chair of National Children's Orchestras (NCO). Previously, Mitchell was Director of the Glasgow UNESCO City of Music...
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Photography Curator DUNCAN FORBES will join the V&A in the newly-created role of Director of Photography in April. Forbes will lead the V&A’s team of photography curators,...
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National Museum Wales has appointed KATH DAVIES to the role as it develops a new 10-year strategy. Davies joined this month, leaving her post as a member of the Arts Council of Wales'...
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NHLF Board Member RENE OLIVIERI has been appointed Interim hair of The National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund following the retirement of SIR PETER...
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Bradford's Creative People and Places programme THE LEAP has appointed ZULFIQAR AHMED as Director. Ahmed is an expert in community-led development work with a 25-year career in the...
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ISABELLA ANDERSON, a consultant for Baker Richards, is leaving to join the customer relationship management team at the V&A.
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REBECCA LAND was previously Head of Marketing and Communications for the Henry Moore Foundation, a role she held for nearly 12 years. Prior to that she worked for The National Gallery and the...
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An eight-month-long strike by library workers has ended with their employer agreeing to many of their demands. Bromley libraries' staff will get pay arrears, a new salary and staffing...
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The music exam board’s inability to operate freely in one of its biggest markets may become problematic as domestic exam numbers decline.
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Tate has defended a job advert that offers a Head of Coffee a higher salary than most curators. The £39,500 salary is more than the average London-based curator's pay of...
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Two of seven cities that expressed interest in the title for 2025 have decided not to bid, and a third is reconsidering its stance. Is it a big city’s game?
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ACE is right to focus on libraries in its new strategy, says Hassan Vawda – but it must put communities at the heart of its plans to revive them.
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Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art could be closed in a bid to help save £50m in council spending. Glasgow City Council has proposed moving the gallery's collection, which includes Andy...
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We should pay attention to what makes people angry - it points the way to growth and real change, says Hayley Williams-Hindle.
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Reflecting inwardly on our values, motivations and mistakes is hard - but make the effort and you'll be rewarded with greater self-belief and genuine agency, writes Auriel Majumdar.

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