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Television Executive Stuart Murphy will lead ENO from April as it re-enters Arts Council England’s national portfolio for the next four years.
East London Dance and Urban Development will use the funding to create the UK’s first National Talent House for Urban Culture.
AP analysis finds EU culture spend per person is highest in the English regions with the largest proportion of ‘leave’ voters.
BAE Systems, accused of “profiteering from the deaths of innocent children” in Yemen, is one of the Exhibition’s three ‘Premier Partners’.
A new Paul Hamlyn Foundation initiative will see What Next? and the Cultural Learning Alliance receive £150k each to “continue their core mission”.
The two boroughs will each receive £1.35m and will hold the awards in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Despite a successful pilot programme in schools, no funding has been confirmed for the arts programme originally announce by David Cameron.
The national funder has announced a root and branch review of its funding processes following public outcry that led to it reversing cuts to five arts organisations.
New research by Arts Council England, produced to inform the Brexit negotiations, has highlighted the negative impact losing funding and free movement could have on the sector.
The digital art agency has described its reduced budget as “an excellent opportunity to sharpen our focus”.
Grant-giving will be disrupted for the next year, as the funder considers introducing loans and corporate funding objectives from 2019.
A new report is heavily critical of the Mendoza Reivew, after identifying a gap between museum resources and the cost of acquiring art through auction.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation will grant £750k a year to arts organisations helping primary school teachers use the arts in their classrooms.
The Government spends more money incentivising donations than charities receive through the incentivised donations, researchers at a new independent Tax Centre have concluded.
How much longer will the UK government support the arts? Andrew Pinnock fears all signs point to it adopting a much more commercial approach in the future.
It’s not enough for urban arts companies to tour to rural areas - we need to support more rurally based organisations, argues Ralph Lister.
51 regularly funded arts organisations have supported a statement expressing no confidence in the funder’s Chair, who has spent weeks embroiled in controversy.
£2.6m of additional funds will be used to re-admit five organisations into the core-funded portfolio until 2021, in a move described as a “victory for common sense”.
Board members have resigned following outrage at the funder’s decision to end support for a number of arts organisations that work with children and disabled people.
Arts Development UK will wind down in April after attempts to increase membership were unsuccessful, but services may be taken up by other bodies.