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SPACE has selected ELINE VAN DER VLIST as its new Chief Executive. Van der Vlist joins SPACE from Darat al Funun ­– The Khalid Shoman Foundation in Amman, where she has been...
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RACHEL SMITH will be the new Director of The National Glass Centre, part of the University of Sunderland. Smith replaces KEITH MERRIN who left in May to become Director of Tyne...
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Achates Philantrophy has announced DEBORAH LARWOOD will join as Director of Development in November. Currently Head of Development at Opera North, Lawrood is also Chair of Harrogate Theatre....
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JANET ARCHER is Edinburgh Printmakers' new CEO. Archer was previously Executive Producer for The New Real at Edinburgh Innovations, and Director of Festival, Cultural and City Events...
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New research indicates cultural engagement improves wellbeing in England’s poorest areas the most, but unequal access remains a barrier to participation.
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Swindon Museum and Art Gallery will move out of Apsley House, allaying concerns it could be closed indefinitely. Work will now begin on temporarily rehoming the gallery on the upper floor of...
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A recovery funding programme for Northern Irish creatives has been opened by Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) and the Department for Communities. ACNI Chief Executive Roisin McDonough...
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Music management companies HarrisonParrott and Polyarts have launched a new music publishing service, Birdsong. Birdsong will work with composers to “nurture development and encourage...
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A 'Town of Culture' competition could be heading to West Yorkshire as early as 2023 under the area's economic recovery plan. The plan proposes "a creative new deal" to...
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As arts organisations struggle to fill critical roles, Amanda Parker shares must-dos - and must don’ts - for those hoping to recruit a talented, experienced and inclusive workforce. 
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Two creative producers have officially launched an independent production and artist development company. Charlie Bunker, who has worked for Kerpow and WildWorks, and Gabby Vautier, formerly...
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If policymakers get it right for the cultural sector, there may be significant economic and social dividends to be won, argues Eliza Easton.
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Philanthropy is sometimes described as a ‘privilege’ of the wealthiest. But, as Michelle Wright argues, research suggests that giving circles can provide a meaningful and empowering experience at all levels.
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While collaboration between the cultural sector and universities has never been more fruitful, Suzie Leighton and Kayla Rose know there are still significant barriers to overcome. 
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A group of artists from Deaf, disabled and neurodiverse communities have been working on a project to transform accessibility. Nickie Miles-Wildin reports on its successes.
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A catalogue featuring the favourite artworks of 101 Members of Parliament is now available online. John Lilbourne, 18, curated the online exhibition after writing to all 650 MPs during lockdown,...
Public bodies involved in arts, culture and heritage should support placemaking by returning cultural heritage items to their original home, says Stephen Welsh.
TikTok dancer Mya Pol has been using a wheelchair for almost two years. She speaks to Lauren Harano about her online dance content going viral.
As the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill makes its way through the House of Lords, Amah-Rose Abrams considers the potential implications for the art world.
Despite ticketing platform Viagogo recently removing £1m of fake tickets from its website, fraudulent ticketing sales remain rife, reports Adam Webb.
Berlin’s newly opened Humboldt Forum showcases non-European art in a refurbished Prussian palace. Oliver Wainwright questions if the museum is the right way to remember colonial history.
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The sector and its funders must adopt measurable diversity targets or risk losing "an entire generation of talent".
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A mock trial into the UK's role in Afghanistan has "concerned" the Culture Secretary and sparked an urgent investigation. DCMS told The Jewish Chronicle that officals have been asked...
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Radio 4 is launching three new arts programmes and extending its regular cultural coverage. John Wilson will host This Cultural Life, a new programme featuring in-depth interviews with arts...
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PACE Theatre Company will not produce a Christmas pantomime this year because it is too financially risky.  The company's home of 30 years, Paisley Arts Centre, is experiencing...

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