In a 'K-Shaped' recovery the experience of fortunate individuals is very different from that of the miserable many, says Alan Cantor, so target your fundraising to reflect this.
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A report examining how diversity characteristics are translated by audio describers has created a "blueprint" for organisations looking to adopt more active policies. The Describing...
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The Musician's Union's visa taskforce is consulting with key industry bodies to push against "prohibitive cost increases and unfair practice" in relation to US visas. All visa...
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Square Chapel Arts Centre, which went into administration in March, has been taken over by the team at Arts At The Mill. They have formed a new company, Square Chapel CIC, to run the venue. Arts...
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Campaigners warn that devolved nations' cultural policy is at risk amid rumours Creative Europe will be transferred to the Foreign Office.
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A legal battle over copyright of an artwork depicting a masked protester throwing a bouquet of flowers has ended with artist Banksy losing the case to UK card company Full Colour Black. Judges noted...
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Manchester City Council is pressing Culture Minister Caroline Dineage to see for herself the scale of the problems still facing the cultural sector in the city. Their invitation to her follows...
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A £3m grant from the government’s Get Building fund, topped up from Kettering Borough Council’s reserves and a grant from Northamptonshire County Council, will enable Kettering...
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The Mayflower Theatre Trust is to take over the Studio 144 building in Southampton, formerly home to the Nuffield Theatre which went into administration earlier this year. Southampton City Council is...
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As schools reopen, the barriers to resuming arts education for disabled children "have been hugely increased".
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New analysis indicates a significant financial hit if international student numbers fall in 2021.
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Organisations are pleading with politicians to urgently release £33m funding that was allocated months ago.
As Cameron Mackintosh declares the West End more deserving of support than subsidised theatre, Carl Woodward reminds him that theatre is about the people and the talent, not just the bricks and mortar.
Complaints to the regulator about a TV performance by Black dancers is further evidence of the precarious, restricted and probationary access and representation of Black and ethnically diverse creatives in the cultural public space, says Roaa Ali.
With the government pledging to rescue the ‘crown jewels’, the cultural institutions that survive will be part of a hollowed-out infrastructure that is ill-fitted to deliver the social role of the arts in the public realm, says Robert Hewison.
The children of well-known actors and writers may not have to struggle so hard to find a route into those professions, but they'll fail to sustain a career if it's only their name that got them there, says Alexander Larman.
"Those who see the Last Night of the Proms as a kind of cultural Stalingrad are full of misplaced optimism – the Left play the long game". Andrew Cadman offers a view from the Right.
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Could fundraising overseas be a profitable enterprise for you, with an achievable return on investment? Nancy Bickson explains what you need to think about before taking the plunge.
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An open letter protesting that “multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multilingual workers from low-income backgrounds” are about to be cut out of the arts sector has been signed by 300 artists,...
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A final tranche of Welsh Government emergency funding will be reserved for up to 12,800 creatives - but the Culture Minister says organisations need a "total change of attitude" towards recovery. 
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Dance group Diversity, which won the talent show Britain's Got Talent in 2009, has attracted 15,500 complaints to Ofcom, the communications regulator, for a TV performance based on the killing of...
Everson Museum of Art is selling Jackson Pollock’s 'Red Composition' to fund acquisitions of work by artists of colour, women artists, and other artists underrepresented in its collection. Cassie Packard gives the background.
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Even if people are willing to pay for digital performances, are they willing to pay enough? Robin Cantrill Fenwick examines the data emerging from the pandemic’s rush to digitise, and where the income opportunities lie.
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Apprenticeships could help level the playing field and help those from less advantaged backgrounds enter the arts and cultural sector, but it isn’t happening. Plain old prejudice is getting in the way, says Sara Whybrew.
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A new website and branding have been unveiled at the launch of Medway's bid to become UK City of Culture 2025. The Medway towns are campaigning for the title with a view to turning green spaces,...

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