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Welsh arts organisations have been told to model for a 10% funding cut amid the council’s drive to reach new audiences.
The long-awaited document aims to create a more diverse cultural sector but contains no new measures to improve artists’ pay.
Lottery funding, low pay, and that boat…Amanda Parker meets the Arts Council England Chair and architect of the UK’s engagement with art.
A flexible pricing experiment caused the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art's visitor numbers to soar while maintaining steady income levels, reports Tom Schoessler.
After centuries of trying to define the arts and culture, we remain deeply confused about what they are and their benefits, says Liam Dee.
ArtsProfessional’s Freedom of Expression survey reveals gagging orders, bullying and a culture of fear are causing arts and cultural workers to stay silent.
Future arts funding depends on National Lottery returns rapidly increasing when a Government cash injection expires next year.
The city has no intention of shirking difficult challenges in its year as UK City of Culture, writes Chenine Bhathena.
We need bold new cultural infrastructures to tackle entrenched inequality in the arts, says Amahra Spence. Can a new project combine business nous with social justice?
The coveted year-long cultural festival is “finally coming to south east London” in 2021 and to Croydon in 2023.
DCMS is being told to revise its budget and local authorities plan to cut back on arts and culture services.
Our sector relies on the National Lottery for over a third of its public investment in a country where almost half a million people have a serious problem with gambling. It’s time we re-examined our attitudes towards it, says Adam Pushkin.
Arts charities are becoming organisational dinosaurs with models not fit for purpose. Rise to the challenge or face extinction, says Michelle Wright.
In the ethical spotlight? Get on the front foot by appealing to values, says Kate Fielding. You need to explain what you’re doing and why.
Here’s what your organisation needs to know about funding and regulatory changes now that the UK is out of the EU.
ACE is right to focus on libraries in its new strategy, says Hassan Vawda – but it must put communities at the heart of its plans to revive them.
Children, young people and libraries are central to the funder’s ambitions to enable everyone to benefit from creative and cultural opportunities.
Circus is booming, but EU research says the sector is “severely lacking knowledge” about funding opportunities.
As Arts Council England prepares to publish its next ten-year strategy, thought leaders suggest a radical alternative.
ArtsProfessional’s Freedom of Expression survey reveals widespread fears of being labelled pro-Brexit and evidence of Brexit views affecting artistic and funding decisions.