Creative practitioners are being told “you have the power to change the world” but responses to its creative brief will be rewarded with profile and exposure, not cash.
As stopgap measures grow in number, some arts workers will still fall through the cracks.
New research showing a 92% drop in ticket sales and revenue in a single day suggests income will continue to plummet.
The death of a student, significant mental health issues and a "clear and worrying picture" of conflict are behind plans to close Drama Centre London.
The UK will not seek to stay in the programme next year or commit to funding any alternatives to the chagrin of the Scottish Government.
‘We Hear You’ gives the sector a confidential space to raise important issues without judgement.
ArtsProfessional’s Freedom of Expression survey reveals gagging orders, bullying and a culture of fear are causing arts and cultural workers to stay silent.
DCMS is being told to revise its budget and local authorities plan to cut back on arts and culture services.
Subcity WestEnd Festival
ArtsProfessional’s Freedom of Expression survey reveals widespread fears of being labelled pro-Brexit and evidence of Brexit views affecting artistic and funding decisions.
£11m for Scotland, £7m for Wales and £1m for Northern Ireland as their arts councils announce plans to support organisations and creative workers.
Thousands of arts, culture and heritage charities improve communities, wellbeing and isolation – "functions that are particularly important during this crisis".
Cambridge Community Arts
As cultural venues sit empty, a national audit finds the UK's museums in dire condition.