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ATG Co- Director Howard Panter and Tate Director Nicholas Serota are among those honoured.
Labour dominates the list of those who agree that the arts are crucial to jobs and growth.
The first parliamentary debate on the arts for five years has revealed that Lottery funding could be used to replace Grant in Aid as a means of plugging the funding gap.
Arts subjects won’t be included the first tranche of proposed changes to the structure of GCSEs.
The school will target 14-19 year olds who fail in school but have creative potential.
‘Additionality’ as a principle of Lottery funding looks set to end as ACE prepares to make NPO status the preserve of major organisations if predicted arts cuts are implemented.
The publicly funded sector offers artistic risk-taking, but the commercial sector will pay higher wages.
A review of the criteria for tracking the nation’s wellbeing sees arts participation included for the first time.
Fiona Hyslop makes the case for culture, putting clear blue water between the cultural policy of the UK and that of Scotland.
Fear of public backlash and potential loss of funding is leading to direct and indirect forms of censorship, according to a new report.
Wales is to step up support for creative technology projects by supporting producers to embrace the digital context.
An educational spending toolkit says creative activities are beneficial but the positive impact on academic learning is low.
RSC aims for a global audience with three forthcoming filmed performances for cinema and online.
A&B describes the company as a steadfast investor in the arts regardless of the economic climate.