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Anna Brady, Gareth Harris and Lee Cheshire ask what’s next for young painters whose works sold for six and seven-figure sums at Frieze London.
Britain’s drama schools are renowned internationally as centres of performing excellence but are still getting to grips with changing mores around gender and race, writes Vanessa Thorpe.
How can arts organisations give their audiences confidence to attend in person again? Hannah Grannemann shares the latest advice.
Covid-19 sent Australia’s theatres into crisis, but the sector has faced deeper rooted issues for many years, Gillian Arrighi and Clare Irvine write.
The Government’s retain and explain strategy for controversial monuments will do little to diffuse the ongoing culture warm, says Toby Young.
Ahead of this year’s Booker Prize final, Charlotte Higgins goes behind the scenes of of one of publishing’s most renowned awards.
Artist Tania Bruguera is calling for a boycott of the Havana Biennial, after agreeing to leave her homeland in exchange for the release of 25 prisoners. Valentina Di Liscia reports.
To better understand live music events, Martijn Mulder and Erik Hitters consider whether the motivation behind attending concerts differs from festivals.
Waltham Forest's Lorna Lee reflects on how London’s first Borough of Culture supported its local community through the pandemic.
Following the announcement of City of Culture 2025’s longlist, Ian Streets looks at how previous winners have improved the accessibility of their cultural offering.
Laura Waddell asks: Is maintaining a social media presence the latest form of unpaid labour in the creative industries?
Turner prize-winner Lubaina Himid speaks to Mark Brown about why museums and galleries should be independent of Government.
Considering the relationship between culture and economic innovation, Natalia Linares and Caroline Woolard argue for a ‘solidarity economy’ for artists.
Claudia Burger, Eliza Easton and Hasan Bakhsi highlight three areas where recent research from Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre indicates policy change is needed.
Ahead of the Irish Government’s latest budget, National Campaign For The Arts’ Aileen Galvin calls for increased investment in Ireland’s cultural community.
With larger audiences returning to live performances, visitors need to take the lead on enforcing Covid safety protocols, says Mark Pullinger.
Art galleries are responding to financial pressures and calls to diversify their collections with joint acquisitions, reports Claire Selvin.
What impact did location have on freelance theatre workers’ experiences of the pandemic? Laura Harris shares findings from Freelancers in the Dark’s latest survey.
Former Professor of Music History and Theory J.P.E Harper-Scott explains why he’s leaving academia and offers advice to prospective musicology professors.
Cape Town’s Robben Island Museum is a powerful reminder of South Africa’s apartheid regime. But its future is less than certain, write Neo Lekgotla Laga Ramoupi and Andre Odendaal.