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Schools around the world have been invited to tune into a live science lesson taking place at the Royal Albert Hall. Lucy Noble tells the story.
How can education in galleries thrive in the face of challenging times for culture and education more generally? Jane Sillis is encouraged by the opportunities across the UK.
The relationship between the arts and sport has deep roots and will outlive the temporary spotlight cast on it by the Cultural Olympiad. Doug Sandle explains why
Julia Rowntree, with Russell Willis Taylor and Anna Ledgard, reveal how a focus on practical and effective ways to create real value can sit at the heart of successful fundraising
Kenn Taylor argues public institutions could learn a thing or two from artist-led models
The Royal Northern College of Music and Opera North have a long history of working together. Liz Rowley explains how the formalisation of this relationship has led to exciting new opportunities
Mark Powell finds it exhilarating to see the generations working side by side at Salisbury Playhouse
Our average age is increasing. Sherry de Wynter calls the arts and cultural sector into action and reveals the intergenerational projects already bettering lives in Manchester
References to cultural wellbeing are welcomed, but some are concerned that the NPPF has not done enough to protect the arts and culture
Anna Franks celebrates the art of an ‘invisible’ white minority
Arts Council England is making a new funding commitment to touring: Jodi Myers is hoping that this will deliver what the sector really needs
Rob Fredrickson explains the challenges the Royal Shakespeare Company faced in bringing its food and beverage operation in house – and the benefits to the Company as a result
ACE will lead public bodies in the renewal of England’s strategy for cultural education
Audiences are static but takings continue to grow at London theatres