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International campuses in the performing and visual arts are increasing, with the long-term benefits outweighing the risks, say John Anderson and Daniel C Kent.
What defines cultural appropriation and why does it matter? asks Bel Jacobs, as she considers the impact it has on artists and designers.
Kyiv’s grand opera house has staged its first show since Russia’s invasion three months ago. Shaun Walkers hears from audience and cast members.
The lives and artistic prospects of many artists improved during the pandemic, writes Susan Jones, which offers clues to the shifts needed to sustain the sector.
Founding director of Artists At Work Rachel Chanoff speaks to the Mellon Foundation about forging a new model for artist-driven community collaborations.
Drawing on interviews with UK-based arts professionals, Kristina Kolbe assesses the impact of austerity politics and privatisation on the sector.
Covid caused chaos in theatre, often leaving understudies to hold shows together. Ruby Ablett says it’s time to do more than applaud them.
A Japanese concert pianist has turned his orchestra into a publicly traded company, fit with a two-tier subscription model. Go Onomitsu and Erica Yokoyama report.
Pricing strategies that saw the West End play Cock charge up to £400 a seat last week risk alienating an entire generation of audiences, writes Carl Woodward.
Ukraine won the Eurovision Song Contest last weekend. Writing ahead of the event, Catherine Baker said a victory for them would not be just a sympathy vote.
After organising his first art show from prison, Rahsaan “New York” Thomas says more incarcerated curators should be given the chance to share their creativity.
Touring is becoming increasingly expensive and it’s affecting the whole music industry, writes Mick McStarkey, as he outlines ways to help musicians.
Acting Director of Odesa Fine Arts Museum Oleksandra Kovalchuk fled Ukraine in March. She now tries to protect her country’s heritage from abroad. Malcolm Gay reports.
Summer Strallen, who was due to star in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella, only discovered the show had been cancelled online. She says this must not happen again.
One in five Scots say they will avoid cultural events for the foreseeable future. Brian Ferguson considers the impact on Scotland’s upcoming cultural calendar.
A campaign encouraging Edinburgh locals to house Fringe performers is accused of being 'tone deaf' amid homelessness and a refugee crisis, writes Liam Rudden.
Critics of the Venice Biennale’s female-dominated programme say the line-up sacrificed quality. Ben Luke thinks this only shows how necessary the focus was.
Britain’s first LGBTQ+ museum opens this week in London. Owen Jones investigates how it plans to amplify underrepresented voices in the community.
A Ukrainian dance troupe in Philadelphia is using its performances to shed light on the disinformation surrounding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Laura Benshoff reports.
How can museums develop a deeper connection with their visitors? Tim Deakin looks at examples of museums improving their audience engagement.