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A survey in Scotland has found that people who engage in culture are more likely to report good health and life satisfaction than those who do not.
The culture ministries in Wales and Northern Ireland have set out plans to put social inclusion at the heart of their policy-making.
£35m of Lottery capital investment in The Public will be lost to the arts when the Council reclaims the building.
£3m pro bono support and £132k from crowdfunding will see British art chosen by the public displayed on poster sites across the country.
Globe Education will extend its free schools ticket scheme as Deutsche Bank commits to a further three years’ support.
ACE Chief Executive Alan Davey allocates ‘personal’ fund to staff teambuilding and supporting pop music talent.
Artform reviews will underpin the development of a longer-term plan for 2014-17.
A need for renovation is seen as the biggest medium-term threat, but fears are growing that rising property values will lead landlords to claim theatre buildings for other purposes.
Better evaluation and wider sharing of research findings is seen as a priority for developing the most effective and efficient arts in heath interventions.