Arts People
HELEN STALKER is joining Lakeland Arts as the company's new Senior Producer (Collections). She will be responsible for collections and programming at Windermere Jetty Museum, Blackwell...
Arts People
Purple Seven's Managing Director DAVID BROWNLEE is stepping down after 18 months. His announcement comes as the arts data company undergoes a merger with arts consulting firm TRG...
Arts People
RACHEL DOREE has been named National Youth Orchestra's (NYO) new Director of Individual Giving. Doree joins NYO's development team, where she will head up the individual giving programme...
Opinion
While we were distracted by news of politicians partying during lockdown, last month a Bill was passed that changes rights to UK citizenship. Amanda Parker examines how it threatens all our creative lives.
News
Worcester City Council has restored direct funding for the arts following a campaign by the Worcester Arts Council. The local authority gave a £3,000 annual grant to the council until 2018,...
Feature
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, many drama schools committed to reform their curricula. Oladipo Agboluaje shares a ground-breaking programme that has emerged as a result.
News
Peterborough has received more than £1m in Culture Recovery Fund grants but says it "cannot operate services that generate a financial deficit and expect our communities to accept it".
Feature
Ten years on from London 2012, disability arts programmes continue to impact artists and audiences around the globe. Tim Wheeler reports on the British Council's work in disability arts.
Feature
A collective of dance freelancers has initiated a critical response to the fragile nature of their livelihoods. Anna Alvarez and Alister O’Loughlin say they are aiming for long term change.
News
The Horniman Museum is planting a micro-forest on its site. A 300m2 area of the south London museum's grounds is being redeveloped into a 'green screen', protecting its gardens from...
News
Brighton & Hove's first purpose-built dance studio is set to open in July. Construction of The Dance Space began nearly five years ago, following a 10-year fundraising campaign and...
Feature
The cultural sector has a role to play in driving the change needed to respond to the climate crisis. But much has been overlooked in the conversation to date, says Lauren Healey.
News
The British Library has received the green light for a £95m redevelopment project of its Boston Spa site in West Yorkshire.  The refurbishment will create 220km extra shelf space in a...
News
The Electric Palace is facing permanent closure if a community appeal doesn't raise enough funds for it to reopen. The independent cinema in Hastings received support from the BFI Cultural...
News
The 2022 edition of the London Art Fair has been postponed by three months. Originally scheduled for January 19 to 23, the event will now take place April 20 to 24. Organisers Immediate Live...
Arts People
LAURA ELLIOT and COREY CAMPBELL have taken up posts at Belgrade Theatre. Elliot, a former Oxford Playhouse Programme Director, becomes the theatre's Chief Executive. Campbell, currently one...
Arts People
LEKAN LAWAL is Eclipse Theatre's new Artistic Director and Joint Chief Executive. Lawal begins this month, with his first job to find a new board chair and executive director to work alongside...
Arts People
TicketCo has named CARL-ERIK MICHALSEN MOBERG as its new CEO. One of TicketCo's co-founders, Michalsen Moberg succeeds the company's other co-founder, outgoing CEO KÅRE BOTTOLFSEN....
Arts People
Touring company Stockroom has announced DEBBIE HANNAN as its temporary Artistic Director. Hannan will work alongside Executive Producer MARTIN DEBRYSHIRE whilst KATE WASSERBERG takes time out to...
News
Over 90 arts professionals were recognised for services to the sector in 2021.
News
Businesses and event promoters say the policy is squeezing the supply chain beyond viability.
News
Four Black Lives Matter protesters who toppled the Edward Colston statue in Bristol have been cleared of all charges. Jake Skuse 33, Rhian Graham, 30, Milo Ponsford, 26, and Sage Willoughby, 22,...
News
Tate Liverpool is seeking architects to lead a £25m renovation project. A tender notice says the three-and-a-half year redevelopment of the Albert Docks site will "reimagine the gallery...
News
More UK music artists earned "meaningful royalties" from streaming in 2021, the BPI reports. UK music was streamed 147 billion times last year - a 5.7% increase on 2020. About 1,900...
News
The cover for cancelled work is part of £65m in support for the arts announced in recent weeks. What's available in the rest of the UK?

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