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Kate Wafer and Daniel Hadley defend the ATTL project in Yorkshire.
What do Starbucks, the Leveson inquiry and Arts Council England have in common? Liz Hill makes some suggestions.
The future looks bright for culture on the continent, but the Autumn Statement provided no such solace for the UK, says Liz Hill.
Those who steal other artists’ ideas are not worthy of the badge ‘artist’ themselves, says Ian Moir.
Nick Forbes of Newcastle City Council is furious that he’s being forced to slash funding to the arts, but it’s about essential services and essential means saving lives.
The loss of arts cash will be a problem, but the loss of arts education would be a catastrophe, says Liz Hill.
Linda Jasper calls for the proposed EBacc qualification to include the opportunity for young people to continue to study dance.
The Mayor’s Education Inquiry arrived last month, following extensive consultation with stakeholders across London. But what does it mean for music education and the wider community arts sector? Lawrence Becko makes some suggestions.
Rich Hadley reflects on the relationships between artists and their public.
Liz Hill says shame on Arts Council England for its reaction to public concerns over ATTL
Christopher Goodhart asks how board members can make more of their fundraising role.
AP has always shared the best practice on audience development with the sector, says Liz Hill.
Who should lead our arts organisations? asks David Dixon
Dany Louise wonders how long the winter of cuts will last
Artist Matt Baker on misinterpretations of his contribution to a parliamentary review of Creative Scotland.
Matthew Linley of Eastern Angles reflects on ITC's summer conference
Public funding bodies need watchdogs, says Roger Tomlinson.
Liz Hill responds to Cluny Macpherson about ATTL Yorkshire
Cluny Macpherson says Yorkshire's ATTL programme was transparent
The subsidised arts sector lives in fear of the hands that feed it, says Liz Hill