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Museums have not yet returned to full strength despite restrictions lifting. The challenges for smaller and larger sites this summer differ.
Two thirds would choose venues with Covid certification on entry over those taking a laissez-faire approach.
Venues are pleading for leniency on isolation rules that threaten to derail their reopening, but audiences remain hesitant.
Art galleries hosting pop-up sites hope to capitalise on increased footfall and reconnect with young locals.
Medway Council promises a "resilient" bid as local politicians and students oppose the University of Creative Arts’ decision to close its Rochester campus.
A new programme aimed at engaging 18-to-25 year olds with museums and galleries hands over control of the creative direction to the young people themselves. Sophie Alonso explains.
A lack of infrastructure and interaction with audiences are pressing issues for artists streaming live - but monetisation remains the most major concern.
The contest will continue into 2029 and beyond, with £40,000 grants to develop longlisted applications regardless of whether they win or lose.
The city aims to add 3,000 jobs to its cultural sector by 2031 - half of them from underrepresented groups - as its current offer lacks "the power to engage all our diverse communities".
Just 7% of disabled arts professionals are in full-time employment according to a new survey that paints a "shockingly fragile" picture of disability in the cultural sector.
Forty London arts organisations have signed up to a new charter as other initiatives promote the arts in care homes across the UK.
New research hints at the complexity of Covid status certification as debate rages over its use in cultural spaces.
New capital and business development programmes are in the pipeline as ACE looks to "refresh" the criteria for existing funding streams and "broaden" its National Portfolio.
James Clutton says supporters have stood by cultural organisations through the toughest of times. They deserve transparency, care and as much opportunity to engage as possible.
UK cultural attractions are calling for a new bank holiday to boost tourism, and the popularity of outdoor attractions, starting to reopen from next week, has skyrocketed.
The National Portfolio Organisation has pursued its plan to widen access in spite of the pandemic and says funders have been "universally supportive".
BBC cuts prompt an internal restructuring that will link classical music with arts and factual programming and remove a layer of experienced management.
Manchester City Council is urgently refreshing its culture rescue plan as annual analysis shows arts organisations' value to the city - and their immense vulnerability from April.
Leaving the influential programme in a time of crisis would be "a travesty" - and unnecessary for devolved nations, campaigners say.
The "ambitious and forward-thinking" document will be the cornerstone of a bid for UK City of Culture 2025.