The sharp warning from the Association of School and College Leaders comes as A-level data reveals the decline in entries for arts subjects has doubled in speed since last year.
London galleries were hard hit last year, as school children admissions fell for the fourth consecutive year.
Despite new artist workspaces opening in some areas, a quarter of sites are at risk of closure and studios are becoming more expensive.
Just one in ten of the arts organisations participating in Nesta’s matched crowdfunding programme said the effort they put into the project was too great in relation to the benefits.
A new Civil Society Strategy accepts that “Government alone cannot solve the complex challenges facing society”.
The research centre will aim to “pre-empt the needless wheel-spinning, data-churning and combative cross-talking that has characterised much of the past debate” about cultural value.
Creative Scotland has announced details of a new Touring Fund offering organisations outside its Regular Funding portfolio the chance to make and tour new work.
Two reports commissioned by Arts Council England found that cost and lack of confidence are major barriers to youth engagement.
New research is responding to employer demands for the apprenticeship system to be made more attractive to the creative industries.
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An open letter to the Charity Commission’s chair argues that charging charities is not “the best course of action or the right one in principle”.
Three outer city venues around Leeds were found to have generated committed core audiences in areas perceived as barren.
The House of Lords EU Committee says that multi-country, multi-entry visas allowing cultural workers to make short term visits between the UK and the EU would support touring when freedom of movement ends after Brexit.