News
Academics from Northumbria and Brunel Universities are to work with resilience planners from UK cities to explore how art and performance could be used to establish successful social distancing...
News
Fear of being excluded holds artists back from challenging the major platforms.
News
Permanent employment for 17 more musicians and a wider programme of music activity will stem from the transfer of Flintshire Music Service to Theatr Clwyd.
News
All artists and creatives who work on projects as part of Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 will do so on terms that exceed the industry standard. A new Memorandum of Understanding between Coventry...
News
Mandatory masks, social distancing and temperature tests make audiences feel more comfortable returning to venues - and on-the-spot testing won't change that.
Feature
National and international research has examined the pandemic’s impact on fundraising, marketing and audience development strategies, but what do the findings mean for the arts, culture and heritage in 2021? Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy looks to the challenges that now lie ahead. 
News
Organisations and local authorities say its unfair and uneconomical to place harsher limits on cultural venues than gyms and hairdressers, as they trumpet their benefits to the nation's health.
News
A £16.5m commitment to the creative and visitor sectors in Tees Valley will be supporting long-term recovery by attracting new events to the region, growing local festivals, encouraging...
Feature
Do you think your organisation treats Deaf and disabled artists equally? Laura Guthrie says the sector’s outdated structures and traditions make that nearly impossible.
Feature
There is a crucial disconnect between how the sector evaluates the impact of culture and using it to influence policy. It’s time to reset the wheel, say Ben Walmsley and Emma McDowell.
Feature
Covid-19 means cultural institutions must take on their new civic role with as much imagination as possible. Sally Shaw and Firstsite had already embraced the challenge.
Feature
Despite what you may have heard, theatre isn’t dead. Moving online has made new spaces for creativity and collaboration that won’t close when venues reopen, writes Laura Killeen.
News
A £2.5m creative arts hub in Coventry will provide “a space for future generations of artists and creative engineers”. As well as being home to five of the city’s...
News
The National Theatre is making its archive of filmed plays available on subscription or for a one-off payment through ‘National Theatre At Home’, a new streaming service. This includes...
News
Plans are taking shape for a three-storey, 7000 sq ft building to become a hub for nurturing fresh talent, offering skills support and collaborative opportunities to artists in Nottingham. Five...
News
Aberystwyth University is consulting with the public about its music provision, aiming to spread the benefits of its facilities and expertise more widely in the local community. Looking beyond Covid...
News
A new community arts centre in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh will be based in a 19th century Gothic church. A partnership with the diocese of Edinburgh will mean the new Centre, known as...
Covid-19 hasn't stopped Entelechy Arts helping people to collectively navigate the often uncertain and unpredictable journey into older, old age. David Slater reflects on the impact of their work.
Museum leaders across the world have learned a lot about their audiences and their revenue streams through the experience of operating during the pandemic. Naomi Rea shares their ideas for recovery and revival.
Hands, Face, Space is the risk management equivalent of asking people armed with knives to kindly not use them, says Mark Davyd.
Grizedale Arts is aiming to buy The Farmer’s Arms, a 600-year-old pub in the Lake District National Park, and transform it into a new kind of rural arts centre. Louisa Buck tells the story.
A reluctance in the arts to celebrate Britain is incredibly sad and more than a little self-defeating, says Ben Lawrence. "Petty self-righteous beliefs" should be put to one side to embrace the Festival.
Arts People
Independent regulatory compliance and governance specialist CAROLINE MAURICE and Executive Director of Music in the Round, Sheffield JO TOWLER are joining the board of Orchestras Live as new trustees...
Arts People
MATTHEW DWYER joins the Basingstoke-based Proteus Theatre Company as General Manager where he will be responsible for managing the Creation Space - a community arts centre run by Proteus. He has...
Arts People
The Quebec Government Office in London has appointed INGRIED BOUSSAROQUE as its new Director for culture. She joins from Montreal company Art et musique La Mandragore where she was CEO for twenty...

Pages