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Arts and culture leaders urge Labour government to address a range of issues affecting the sector following landslide general election victory.
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The transformation of a former IKEA in Coventry city centre into a “new cultural landmark” will start this August after construction firm ISG was named as the project’s developer...
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Labour's Thangam Debbonaire had been widely expected to become Culture Secretary had she retained her Bristol Central seat.
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SIR RICHARD HEATON has been appointed Chair of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate in Cambridge. Heaton, who is the Warden of Robinson College, University of Cambridge, succeeds CATHERINE ARNOLD...
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Art Fund and the Jerwood Foundation have announced a new partnership to increase the support available for museums and galleries to commission early to mid-career artists working across all visual...
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Cambridge Arts Theatre's CEO, DAVE MURPHY, is stepping down from his role after 21 years. Murphy, who joined Cambridge Arts Theatre in 2003, will be replaced on an interim basis by...
From issue 378 Feature
All parties seem to agree that devolution is a good thing but the details about how culture will feature are scant. Anne Torreggiani and Patrick Towell discuss why and how we need to build the evidence base.
From issue 378 Feature
A recent symposium exploring the impact of artificial intelligence technologies on creative practice has thrown up serious questions of authenticity, ethics, agency and authorship, says Dario Llinares.
Phil Harrison speaks to figures from across the arts sector to hear how 14 years of Tory rule have impacted them, the organisations they work for and the public that use them.
The UK is failing to make the most of investment opportunities in the creative sector, writes Peter Bazalgette, Co-Chair of the Creative Industries Council. 
Following a raft of controversial grant reductions for opera companies and a subsequent sector review, Andrew Stewart tries to unpick Arts Council England's strategy for the art form.
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LEE HENDERSON has been appointed Chief Operating Officer at Nottingham Playhouse.  Henderson will take up the newly created role at the end of July, strengthening the venue’s existing...
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The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has appointed DESPINA TSATSAS to its new role of Executive Producer (London). Tsatsas, who joins the RSC from ATC Group plc, will take up the post in...
Four years and three Prime Ministers on from Brexit, Emma Monk examines the consequences for the UK's creative industries.
Joseph O'Neill explores how museums could adapt language and learnings from arts education to better describe and extend their impact.
From issue 378 Feature
Arts organisations are only too aware of the limitations of short-term funding. But, in Northern Ireland, a pioneering financial programme provides a fresh blueprint for future funding of the arts, as Sarah Jones explains.
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Arts Council England has offered National Portfolio Organisations the opportunity to cut their activity by 15% to help them deal with reduced income and rising costs.
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A new, first of its kind survey for Northern Ireland hightlights how the cost-of-living crisis is affecting arts audiences. The IMPACT Survey (Impact Measurement of People Attending Culture Today...
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Post-16 vocational qualifications in art, creative and media subjects are meeting the needs of learners, according to findings from Qualifications Wales. The review, part of a national programme...
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Glasgow's renowned Citizens Theatre in the Gorbals area of the city is facing a funding shortfall of as much as £8m, caused by the rising costs of its redevelopment.
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A group trying to buy a run-down theatre from a local authority is nearing its fundraising target. The BBC reports the Save Novello Picture House campaign has raised £250,000 so far,...
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Bristol's We The Curious science museum has reopened after being closed for more than two years following a fire. The museum based in the city's Millennium Square suffered the fire in...
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Watermans Arts Centre was shuttered in April to protect the organisation's 'financial viability' but has been occupied by squatters since June, hoping to save the community space. 
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A new guide has been published to help theatres in Europe reach net-zero emissions by 2030. The ETC Theatre Green Book is a partnership between the European Theatre Convention (ETC) and...
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A grade 1 listed arts centre in Somerset is set for regeneration using money from the government's Towns Fund. The proposed work on Bridgwater Arts Centre will include new lighting and sound...

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