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The Mayor of London’s Culture Team and Creative UK are joining forces in an effort to tackle "systemic inequalities" facing freelancers in creative industries.  The...
News
Edinburgh Festival Fringe producers have received financial support to help them recover and remain resilient following the Covid-19 pandemic.  A total of 13 Edinburgh Festival Fringe...
Feature
Has working from home moved the goal posts for local arts attendance? Oliver Mantell has been considering the evidence.
Opinion
Drama and theatre education are curriculum entitlements for all children and young people, not just the privileged few, says Geoff Readman.
Feature
There are many misconceptions about market research and who is or isn’t qualified to undertake it. Robin Cantrill-Fenwick unravels its mysteries.
Feature
How do art and artists contribute to innovation? Hasan Bakhshi and David Maggs argue that the typical ways of inquiring into the world are in desperate need of revitalisation.
News
Report claims organisers have missed opportunities to include Birmingham's diverse communities in planned events, and are not on target to meet requirements measuring race equality, community engagement and accountability.
News
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has announced that it will continue to fund the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) for a further five years and is seeking a new host...
News
Plymouth College of Art has been approved for university status and changed its name to Arts University Plymouth. The institution, founded in 1856, has been granted full university status...
News
Report recommends new cultural sector data platform to help make the case for increased funding across the arts.
News
Low pay and real-terms depreciation of salaries could ‘severely damage’ arts sector amid record number of job vacancies, advocates say.
The lives and artistic prospects of many artists improved during the pandemic, writes Susan Jones, which offers clues to the shifts needed to sustain the sector.
International campuses in the performing and visual arts are increasing, with the long-term benefits outweighing the risks, say John Anderson and Daniel C Kent.
What defines cultural appropriation and why does it matter? asks Bel Jacobs, as she considers the impact it has on artists and designers.
Founding director of Artists At Work Rachel Chanoff speaks to the Mellon Foundation about forging a new model for artist-driven community collaborations.
Kyiv’s grand opera house has staged its first show since Russia’s invasion three months ago. Shaun Walkers hears from audience and cast members.
News
Funding applications are now open for community groups, arts organisations and councils across Northern Ireland who wish to take part in the Arts and Older People Programme. Established in 2010 by...
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Only around one in 10 headline acts at the leading UK music festivals taking place this summer will be women, a study has found. A BBC study focusing on 50 of the biggest UK festivals found that...
Arts People
Founded in 2000, Slung Low is a theatre company based at the Holbeck in Leeds – Britain’s oldest working men’s club. Its Artistic Director, Alan Lane pays tribute to the people who have inspired him.
News
Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre, two of Britain's leading industry membership associations, have announced a partnership with data and insight specialists Baker Richards to...
News
Analysis finds 19 local authority areas deemed to be high priority for investment by both government and Arts Council England are yet to receive a slice of £4.8bn Levelling Up Fund.
News
The Natural History Museum will move a third of its collection to a new research and storage centre in Berkshire as part of efforts to make its assets digitally available to academics around the...
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A major new campus for the Royal College of Art (RCA), featuring a space for public exhibitions, has opened. The £135m development accommodates four storeys of studios and workshops for...
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A code of best practice for self-tape and Zoom auditions for commercials is now available. Launched by Equity, it is the first of its kind for commercials in the UK and follows a best practice...
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Imperial War Museums (IWM) has released details of its IWM 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund. The £2.5m programme will see 22 artists create commissions, each inspired by the heritage of conflict, with...

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