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Campaigners warn that devolved nations' cultural policy is at risk amid rumours Creative Europe will be transferred to the Foreign Office.
Teams applying for a share of £3m research and development funding must include STEM sectors, marking a shift in emphasis for the cultural showcase.
The National Lottery faces major challenges as more charities clamour for support.
Brexit fall-out is biting harder as musicians find it more difficult to secure European opportunities while uncertainty over the terms of a trade deal remains.
The UK will not seek to stay in the programme next year or commit to funding any alternatives to the chagrin of the Scottish Government.
Shocked musicians fear European countries will respond in kind to stricter visa and immigration requirements for touring artists.
Yes, my crude social media posts may have caused offence – but we can't only allow speech we find agreeable, says Manick Govinda.
The liberal, left-leaning values of cultural workers leads to “a divergence in worldviews between those tasked with representing the nation to itself, and those who inhabit it”, reports Adele Redmond.
Here’s what your organisation needs to know about funding and regulatory changes now that the UK is out of the EU.
On the eve of Brexit, musicians and authors are calling for equivalent legislation to safeguard their intellectual property rights.
ArtsProfessional’s Freedom of Expression survey reveals widespread fears of being labelled pro-Brexit and evidence of Brexit views affecting artistic and funding decisions.
It is feared that cuts proposed by the European Council’s presidency would “seriously affect" the amount of funding available for Creative Europe.
A report commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales warns the figure is likely an underestimate as Brexit approaches.
An arts charity has experienced a groundswell of support and sector bodies are doubling down on calls for immigration reform.
A new manifesto says freelance workers have “little protection from exploitation” and warns of a grim future for touring performers.
Employment hits an all-time high and Britney Spears delivers a boost to the Yorkshire and Humber economy.
Researchers say ongoing political turmoil has had a “clear, negative impact” on the country’s global standing.
The rise of populism, rejection from investors, a volatile labour market, climate change, digitisation and "economic crisis recovery": a new study surveys the threats and opportunities facing Europe's creative and cultural sectors.
A report says the organisation is confusing the distinct aims of attracting investment and developing broader influence.
The Shadow Culture Secretary said “a crude skills and salary approach to migration simply won’t work for the creative economy”.