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Undertaking an impact assessment can be a daunting and complex task, but a new European project has developed a practical playbook to make it a whole lot simpler, writes Harry Verwayen.
Leeds City Council said a celebration independent of the European Capital of Culture competition would have certain advantages, such as being free to include sport.
An impact analysis commissioned by London's mayor shows the country could lose up to £3.3bn in growth by 2030 if no long-term or transitional deal is put in place.
A survey of 1,000 adults in each European Union country finds older and less educated UK adults place less value on Europe’s cultural heritage.
New Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has sought to reassure creative industries workers about his commitment to protecting the rights of EU citizens in the UK.
39 reports have been released by the Exiting the EU committee, but the Government has “decided not to publish” the comments and issues raised by the sectors themselves.
UK arts organisations and European partners have been advised to continue applications for Creative Europe funding as normal.
Following the European Commission’s move to block the UK from participating in European Capital of Culture 2023, arts professionals and MPs have warned cultural ties must not be severed post-Brexit.
The European Commission has said Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union means participation in the 2023 title “will not be possible”.
A new manifesto is billed as the first-ever international commitment to arts management and cultural policy education.
Many arts graduates are struggling to find employment, but a British Council scheme is helping some to bridge the gap between education and work by spending a month at the Venice Biennale. Laura Broderick and Emma Dexter explain how it works.
What does a cultural network have to do – and be – to become strong, sustainable and effective? Four cultural professionals weigh in.
The Creative Industries Federation welcomed the Prime Minister’s comments, but said it was time to “turn this rhetoric into reality”.
UK cities excel on openness, tolerance and trust, but none make the top five for employment in culture, arts and entertainment, according to research by the European Commission.
A joint campaign by a-n and the Incorporated Society of Musicians is lobbying for continued freedom of movement post-Brexit for anyone working in the creative industries.
Artist Mark Wallinger and musician Julian Lloyd Webber are among those backing a Pan-European set of recommendations for Brexit negotiators in the UK and Europe.
35 creative, cultural and heritage organisations from across the UK have been awarded a combined €3.2m in funding.
Research by the Creative Industries Federation suggests almost 75% of creative organisations think restricting immigration would hurt business.
A European Union-funded dance project won ‘success story’ status from a panel of experts for its impact, creative approach and the inspiration it gave others. Carole Blade tells the story.
What could two independent music practitioners achieve by starting international conversations about music-making with children with special needs? Tom Northey tells the story.