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Following the launch of the Cultural Coastal Network, Polly Gifford explains why it’s needed and what it hopes to achieve.
The pilot Great Place Scheme will be rolled out to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland later this year.
The Coastal Culture Network will help connect arts and cultural organisations, local authorities, Coastal Community Teams and other local groups.
Arts partnerships with tourism destinations will encourage public and private sector support for “world-class cultural and tourism products”.
Theatres of all sizes can apply for grants of up to £15k, which will be awarded in summer 2017 and January 2018.
The days when The Beatles played Croydon may be a distant memory, but the council’s regeneration plans hope to bring culture – and audiences – back to the borough’s heart. Paula Murray explains how.
As she leaves the Theatres Trust, Mhora Samuel looks back on her career in theatre, dance and cultural regeneration.
New financial and business models are needed if artists are to secure affordable studio space in a highly competitive property market, especially in London, report finds.
An online survey is inviting arts organisations to share their views on the potential for regeneration projects to boost the capital’s arts offer.
A 100-metre high public artwork isn’t always the answer. Peter McCaughey reflects on why he took a more dispersed approach to an art strategy for a housing project in inner Glasgow.
Rebecca Morland shares step-by-step advice for groups looking to save historic theatre buildings from decay, demolition or closure.
A £1m fundraising campaign and two years of support from insurers will allow the Centre to begin reconstruction on the Grand Hall after it was damaged by fire last year.
Arts organisations are among those to receive a share of a new £20m fund, which is tackling a shortage of affordable creative workspaces in the capital.
Local authorities envisage a shift away from direct provision of cultural services, but are preparing to lead by articulating a vision, brokering partnerships, and sourcing new funding.
Murals were used to divide communities during the Troubles, now art is helping to build peace in Northern Ireland, says Roisin McDonough.
A new guide aims to help councils, developers and planners integrate culture into the capital’s developments.
Dundee City Council has endorsed independent recommendations for addressing delays and escalating costs in its flagship Waterfront regeneration project.
Frances Williams says it’s time to drop the false optimism surrounding arts projects in areas of social deprivation and take a more critical view.
Arts projects will be integral to a series of initiatives involving local communities and aiming to improve quality of life in Wales.
Sue Ball explains why she believes that ‘slow architecture’ is the most effective way to create a sustainable future for depressed industrial sites.