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Joe Hallgarten proposes a new solution to the uncomfortable fact that attendance at taxpayer-subsidised arts events remains stubbornly skewed by social class.
Arts Council England funding for projects to tackle disadvantage is accused of being “window dressing” in the context of local authority cuts and library closures.
The launch of a joint £1.4m fund comes months after the South Korean Culture Minister was arrested for blocking 10,000 artists from accessing funding.
A planned evaluation of the much-criticised funding portal will not lead to them retiring the system, ACE has confirmed.
A DCMS-backed funding programme is set to extend the value of match funding offered to arts organisations raising funds through crowdfunding.
The pilot Great Place Scheme will be rolled out to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland later this year.
Business support provides a lifeline that can help cultural organisations attract new partners, funders, lenders and investors. Sarah Thirtle previews a new programme designed to do just that.
Can corporate sponsorship have a negative effect on a cultural organisation’s artistic value? Yuliya Shymko and Thomas Roulet share what they have learned studying the Russian theatre sector.
Women want to be recognised for their talent, but struggle to overcome gender barriers in the music industry without targeted support, report finds.
Arts organisations working on their funding bids have been asked to “budget realistically and focus on core need”.
New ‘T-level’ qualifications will be introduced from 2019, with a Creative and Design strand preparing young people for roles including arts producer and graphic designer.
The amount generated through donations, sponsorship and membership by Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations has doubled over the past seven years.
Bristol City Council denies that the £380k cuts to its culture budget undermine a strategic partnership signed with the national funder in 2015.
Arts Council England’s £37m NPO budget increase will be mostly used for organisations outside of London.
The biggest ever invitation to tender issued by Arts Council England is for a contract to deliver a standardised system for quantifying artistic quality, which 300 larger arts organisations will be required to use.
Liz Hill tells NPOs, ‘just say no’ to a fundamentally flawed scheme that will reveal more about the nature of the audience than the quality of an arts organisation’s artistic work.
The Welsh Government fund aims to start helping young people develop their musical talents by 2020.
As many as 900 arts organisations and museums could be admitted into the national portfolio in the next funding round.
ACW Chief Executive Nick Capaldi said he was “saddened” by the apparent clash with Arts&Business Cymru over its funding model.
88% of arts organisations involved in Arts Council England’s funding programme have committed to maintaining or increasing the money they spend on fundraising.