Iran’s past could never be wiped off the world's cultural map, argues Eve MacDonald - it's embedded in our very humanity.
Feature
When leaders make personal change, organisational changes inevitably follow, says Richard Watts.
Feature
It’s getting harder to stand out from the crowd. Matt Locke shares his top tips on how to make more of your digital content.
Feature
Arts organisations could be in danger of incurring surprise costs at the end of their tenancy. Jane Askew sheds some light on how to best prepare. 
Opinion
Setting targets helps, but wider strategies are needed to dispel the sense of novelty value that still surrounds female musicians. We need to normalise their presence on stage and behind the scenes, writes Kate Lowes.
“Woke” ballet and a new generation of dancer-scientists are among the trends for the 2020s predicted by Dance Magazine.
The art canon is being prised open, writes Jackie Wullschläger, suggesting increased representation of women will be on museums’ agendas in the 2020s.
Feature
Jimmy Fairhurst, Artistic Director of Not Too Tame, talks about the eclectic mix of people who have inspired his career as a working-class artist. 
News
It is feared that cuts proposed by the European Council’s presidency would “seriously affect" the amount of funding available for Creative Europe.
News
Coventry City of Culture is spending £1m on bolstering the police while local authorities plan strategies to reduce the risk of an attack in 2021.
News
Sixty firefighters helped quell the overnight blaze at Koko in Camden, one of the capital’s most renowned venues. The London Fire Brigade said that at one point a third of the roof was on fire...
News
A report commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales warns the figure is likely an underestimate as Brexit approaches.
News
Across all formats, people bought or streamed the equivalent of 154 albums in 2019 – the highest level since 2006. A report from industry body the BPI found that legal streaming services such...
News
Kensington Palace, home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will host the immersive theatre production ‘United Queendom’. The play focuses on two of the palace’s former residents...
News
Madani Younis, the former Southbank Centre Creative Director who left after less than a year in the job, has been appointed as Chief Executive Producer of the new Manhattan arts venue. He described...
News
Arts Council England (ACE) Chair Sir Nicholas Serota told the Guardian that "there is obviously an idea about the arts which is about it being elitist" and that the sector would be "...
News
The former Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet and former Managing Director of Edinburgh International Festival are among those who received awards.
From issue 330 Feature
Artists are the lifeblood of the arts, but their direct funding has steadily declined over the past two decades. A change in approach is now essential, says Susan Jones.
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With arts philanthropy static in the UK and declining in the US, what needs to be done to persuade the next generation of mega-rich donors to support culture? Michelle Wright examines the challenges ahead.
From issue 330 Feature
Providing opportunities for creativity shouldn’t be at the expense of the person delivering them. It’s time to pay attention to the needs of creative practitioners, says Nicola Naismith.
Feature
Toma McCullim, artist in residence in Skibbereen’s Ludgate Hub, describes a project reconnecting diaspora and reinventing tradition through innovative storytelling.
From issue 330 Feature
Some organisations and funders do not see freelancers as an intrinsic part of the sector. The Museum Freelance network is advocating to make sure their contribution is recognised and valued, says Christina Lister.
Can young creative people survive in the sector without support or savings? Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad offer some tips.
Bridget Minamore asks Black British actors and theatre makers what's changed in the past decade and what the future might hold.
Scott Reyburn considers what will happen to art when wealth becomes concentrated in the hands of Generation X. Will they develop the same taste for collecting art that their parents did?

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