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Vaizey's rejects any notion of 'the arts in crisis' but local authority survey findings tell a different story.
Some of the £7m cash injection will be used to develop and market cultural skills abroad.
The winner of the coveted title will be announced in June.
Financial sustainability can be achieved by creating a permanent home for a vocational arts college.
Dialogue with artists, the arts sector, participants, Assembly members, representative bodies and audience members is underpinning forthcoming arts strategy decisions.
The City Council’s new funding stream offers 27% more than was available through previous scheme.
A philosophy of dependence, subsidy and market failure are divorcing the cultural sector from the benefits of data-driven policy and strategy, says Nesta report.
Employment prospects diminish further as the value of the sector shrinks again.
A monthly events brochure is now seen as a “luxury none of us can afford.”
Five meetings across Scotland will inform decisions on the balance between the arts, screen and creative industries.
Seven of those taking sabbaticals through until June will then be made redundant and will not be returning to the Arts Council.
Poor trading in recent months was enough to push the ailing theatre over the edge.
An eight-year history of unstable public funding has finally pushed the venue beyond its limits.
Almost £1m will be shared by three music organisations as ACE responds to the final wishes of an arts benefactor.