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Exclusive: New super-body of cultural organisations launches powerful network to keep arts at the top of the public agenda
Why should arts funders invest in experimentation? Hasan Bakhshi presents findings from NESTA’s new research
Shaun Belcher debates ideas on how to improve community arts
Kim Lofthouse shares the websites she wouldn’t want to be without
Edinburgh’s festivals mark their most successful year to date, but face a funding crisis as public and corporate support comes under threat
Fears of funding losses are offset by confidence that arts organisations will show resilience.
Mahmood Reza examines the possible implications of the economic downturn for arts organisations.
As the Mission Models Money programme draws to a close and looks to the future, Clare Cooper and Roanne Dods report on the evidence gathered.
Debate about how best to justify support for the arts has evolved in recent months with the notion of cultural value. Eleonora Belfiore shares her views on it.
£2.4bn “stuck in limbo” as Lottery funders fail to reach Government targets on distribution.
Munira Mirza thinks anti-racist policies in the arts can sometimes fuel racial tensions rather than appease them.
A plea for the Government to release the arts from damaging levels of accountability was made by Peter Hewitt, Chief Executive of the Arts Council of England (ACE), in a major speech at the National Portrait Gallery last week.