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As new figures reveal more details of arts attendance patterns in England, the DCMS has placed the future of its ‘Taking Part’ survey under review.
A new report by academic researchers finds no evidence that match giving will increase donations to crowd funding campaigns.
A new report summarises discussions between academics and cultural practitioners about the nature of their working relationships.
An honest assessment of the fundraising challenges facing outdoor arts organisations delivers a cautionary tale about the potential value of philanthropy.
New research finds that galleries play an important part in their own communities, as well as playing a significant role in the local economy.
Ranging from acting as a critical friend to champion of the arts, a report by London Councils offers specific recommendations on how local authorities can fill the gap left by falling funding.
A study among charity trustees and chief executives has found differing perceptions of the role of the board.
Events which bring together film and live action are becoming increasingly popular, prompting ACE to commission a national study into their impact.
What would our public services look like if we used wellbeing evidence to inform policy-making? There would surely be more room for arts and culture, says Jessica Harris.
A new report highlighting the part subsidised art plays in the UK’s “booming” creative industries has been backed by leading figures from the commercial sector.
With Wales set to revamp its education policy and bring the arts to the heart of its school curriculum, an opportunity exists to safeguard and extend Welsh national music service provision.
The campaign to boost diversity in the arts is being held back by a lack of research and accurate data, according to a literature review.
What better place to learn about using the arts to help older people and those with dementia than in Japan, where a quarter of people are over 65. Nick Ponsillo reports on his recent trip.
Is it worth explaining conceptual contemporary art to ‘old age’ pensioners? Anna Goulding’s research suggests it might be.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills is calling for schools and universities to focus on giving young people a combination of technical and creative skills.
Do arts projects in schools boost pupils’ health and wellbeing? Ros McLellan finds the current evidence positive, but says more persuasive research is needed.
The Warwick Commission report may have sparked a useful debate, but how can its recommendations be acted upon locally, asks Chris Bilton.
An online reward scheme has the potential to inspire children and young people’s interest in arts learning, believes Laurie Garrison.
Research into the impact of local government cuts on cultural activity has found sports and libraries face heavier cuts than the arts.