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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
Susan Oman says the measures for assessing national wellbeing will be irrelevant before we even begin measuring
It's time for some changes, says Liz Hill
Chrissie Tiller reflects on two occasions recently when she held stakes and took part
Viram Jasani sees ACE’s rejection of the Asian Music Circuit’s NPO bid (AP255) as symptomatic of its ambivalence towards race equality and diversity
Just giving? It ain’t that easy, says Liz Hill.
Being well-endowed isn’t necessarily a good thing, argues Liz Hill
Mindee Hutchinson highlights the importance of social nurturing when running arts activities with young people
As arts organisations endure the knock-on effects of funding cuts, Lise Smith discusses the potential risks of skimping on salaries
Charlotte Jones raises questions about Arts Council England’s recent choice of projects to receive its Strategic Touring funds