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A national campaign for the arts should first and foremost aim to win the public’s hearts and minds, says Liz Hill.
Maria Miller says arts organisations fall short in their efforts to secure legacy giving.
Mark Da Vanzo tells us what he has learnt from his varied career.
Susan Oman says the measures for assessing national wellbeing will be irrelevant before we even begin measuring
The cultural offers of the world’s most important cities, and the policy structures behind them, is the focus of a new report
Yvette Vaughan Jones looks towards a Creative Europe 2014 – and beyond
The recent budget has propelled charitable giving and tax into the media spotlight. Mahmood Reza explains what it’s all about, and how it could affect fundraising efforts.
William Wong asks what can the arts do more of and differently to encourage mindfulness?
The wellbeing agenda is developing alongside a demand for evidence-based practice. Daniel Callcut explores what this means for arts organisations
References to cultural wellbeing are welcomed, but some are concerned that the NPPF has not done enough to protect the arts and culture
In the second of two articles on initiatives for stimulating fundraising in the cultural sector, Javier Stanziola looks at tax incentives
Hilary Gresty reflects on the ‘complex behemoth’ that was put in place to repair the fragmentation of the visual arts sector.
In the first of a two articles looking at policy initiatives for stimulating fundraising in the cultural sector, Javier Stanziola critiques the match-funding approach
Stephen Hetherington looks at how New Labour’s approach to culture twinned it with economic benefits and social policy
The Theatres Trust has issued a rallying cry to the sector as culture and the arts are overlooked in a draft National Planning Policy.