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UK membership of the European Union gives cultural organisations access to a wide variety of funds and initiatives. Why are we not bothered? asks Julie Ward.
On an arts programme secondment with the British Council in Ukraine, Liz Pugh has been witness to the turbulent geopolitics of the past six months.
Airline policies on the transportation of musical instruments could now be brought into line as pan-European regulation comes a step closer.
The new service will offer advice and support to UK cultural organisations wanting to broker effective European and international partnerships.
Sarah Stannage warns that many arts organisations may be missing out on European and Government funding available through Local Enterprise Partnerships.
Christoph Jankowski introduces Creative Europe, the new EU funding progamme for the cultural and creative sectors.
Northern Europeans have the highest levels of cultural engagement but overall levels of participation and engagement have fallen since 2007.
Increased applications and an interest in participation and collaborative projects show the UK’s appetite to work in Europe and internationally.
Rachel Clare, Artistic Director of Crying Out Loud, names those have inspired her throughout her career.
The new Executive Director of Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Judith Kilvington, guides us through her career to date.
The Council will also employ a dedicated post to support the development of the creative industries in the town.
The future looks bright for culture on the continent, but the Autumn Statement provided no such solace for the UK, says Liz Hill.
The strategy outlines some key actions to invest in the cultural sector across Europe