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How much longer will the UK government support the arts? Andrew Pinnock fears all signs point to it adopting a much more commercial approach in the future.
Music and dance leaders have implored a Lords select committee to support the introduction of a special arrangement within the visa system for performers.
David Powell reviews Prue Skene’s candid account of her tenure as Chair of Arts Council England’s Lottery panel.
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.
Campaigners say proposed changes to planning legislation would protect music venues from “unfair and unreasonable” soundproofing costs.
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.
Artists’ Union England says Elisabeth Murdoch’s appointment to the arts funder’s National Council is “another example of corporate co-option of a publicly-funded institution”.
The Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre will be tasked with delivering robust evidence around shared issues and concerns facing policy makers, businesses and other organisations in the sector.
Elisabeth Murdoch, daughter of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is one of seven new appointments to the national funder’s governing board.
Culture is “at the heart” of Sadiq Khan’s draft civic planning strategy, which sets out plans for new cultural quarters and making London a ‘24-hour city’.
The Government’s long-awaited strategy does not mention arts education but says improving the take up and quality of maths would support the creative industries.
The need for a cross-government approach to arts in health – including education reforms – has been highlighted by MPs at a Westminster Hall debate.
The two organisations have signed a three-year agreement to work together to raise awareness about the health benefits of arts participation.
Steven Hadley shares his concerns about the shift towards hyperinstrumentalisation in arts policy, which is giving precedence to wellbeing, educational and economic outcomes over cultural value.
Culture is critical to the satisfaction levels of London’s visitors, according to a new report that lays out plans for boosting tourism across the capital.
GCSE pupils are choosing not to study art and design becasue of government messaging around the EBacc, a survey of Norfolk schools has suggested.
National museums and the Arts Council are protected from scrutiny by barriers to accessing Parliament’s investigative arm. It’s time for change, argues Christy Romer.
Mayor Sadiq Khan hopes to make the capital’s nightlife about more than just pubs and clubs.
A cross-party parliamentary report says it is “time to recognise the powerful contribution the arts can make to health and wellbeing”.