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End of an era for England’s arts funding as ACE drops additionality requirements and prepares to support core funded organisations from both Lottery and grant in aid revenues.
A £215k grant from Arts Council England will bring a large-scale intergenerational dance project to Milton Keynes.
Arts Council England prepares to cut NPOs again next year, but strategic funding will take the hit from 2015/16.
Four projects will provide greater access to the arts for people living in residential and nursing homes.
Tailored support is being made available to non-profit arts organisations wanting to access social investment to develop commercial opportunities.
Campaigning for policies that will affirm the value of local cultural infrastructure is at the heart of a three-year strategic plan to support the activities of the voluntary arts sector.
‘No Boundaries’ aims to break the conference mould and stimulate debate among leaders and emerging leaders on new directions for the arts.
Chancellor George Osborne has pledged support for a major new higher education and cultural district on the former Olympic site in East London.
New reporting on environmental impact has generated baseline figures, but progress is being hindered by lack of data.
The latest cinema initiative will see English National Opera’s productions broadcast live.
The Warwick Commission is aiming to develop new policy thinking and practical recommendations related to the long-term sustainability of culture in the face of tough economic challenges.
AP’s first Pulse survey has revealed that three-quarters want a separate application process for Lottery funding and two-thirds reject the use of arts Lottery cash for the core funding of NPOs.
Members Council refuses to engage with concerns about BP’s brand association.
Commissions by leading artists from Britain and around the world will mark the centenary of the First World War as part of the UK’s official centenary commemorations.
Government support for the creative industries will include tax relief for new work in theatres and for touring productions to regional theatres.
Britain’s national contemporary dance company has taken up residence in its new £19.6m purpose-built home on London’s South Bank.
The region’s dancers will be offered dance-specific healthcare and dance science services.
Labour calls for Lottery money to be better attuned to the different regional needs and communities.
A fall in Lottery ticket sales means funding to Good Causes is dwindling.