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Higher education institutions will be working with artists and micro creative enterprises in an attempt to improve the flow of information and expertise between the two sectors.
The causes of under-representation of disabled people in the arts and cultural sector workforce will be examined by a research project hoping to achieve greater access to opportunities.
Arts organisations are continuing to embrace digital technology, but not all at the same rate and a cautious approach is emerging, according to a recent survey.
The arts sector still has enthusiasm for digital technology but some are now taking a more cautious approach, according to a recent survey. Sam Mitchell discusses the findings.
An interim evaluation of the programme finds progress despite challenges and points to the need for new thinking on arts infrastructure in areas of low arts engagement.
An international study says the ‘moral and economic rights’ of artists must be protected if they are to sustain their creative activity and fuel the economy.
Advice and resources to help arts and health professionals conduct more robust and credible evaluations of their work are being made more widely available through a new website.
Teach the arts for their intrinsic value, says the Head of The Education Endowment Foundation.
Those who attend the arts report significantly higher levels of happiness than those who don’t, but the opposite is true for those who visit libraries.
More theatre goers enjoyed a greater choice of productions in 2014, according to the first comprehensive analysis of sales data from UK Theatre venues.
Where does our growing drive to work in partnership come from? And is it anything more than a way of sweetening the bitter pill of funding cuts? Dr James Doeser shares his thoughts.
Economic valuation techniques could be key to proving the value of the arts and unlocking more funding, researchers suggest.
The wider benefits of partnership-working in the cultural sector could be undervalued if the effectiveness of this approach is judged in purely economic terms, according to a new study.
Guidelines for gathering feedback from children and young people are helping arts organisations to improve their programmes.
The Theatre in England research will report on the theatre ecology across the commercial and not-for-profit sectors in preparation for Arts Council England’s 2018 funding round.
Has East Sussex County Council achieved the unachievable? Sally Staples reveals how, through a social capital study of De La Warr Pavilion, it unearthed a way to describe the intangible value culture.
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.