New scientific research reveals that ventilation is key to reducing airborne transmission of Covid-19. Some performance venues already have adequate systems in place.
Big cultural showcases bring million-pound increases to larger cities' budgets as London falls behind.
Heritage can grow the UK's post-Covid economy - but only if it starts "telling the stories of more diverse parts of Britain".
Without financial support, small organisations will make little progress in diversifying their income streams as they lack the resources to develop fundraising strategies.
Some UK arts organisations have used the Covid crisis to "dramatically increase" income from donations, but the overall picture remains grim.
With indoor performances allowed to resume this weekend, how safe and successful have trial events been?
Artists and creatives stand on the brink of financial disaster following announcements that the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund will be ringfenced for organisations at imminent risk of failure.
Tough choices for Government spending are ahead, with departments being told to reprioritise, deliver savings and provide evidence they are delivering efficiently.
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Arts organisations can apply for up to £3m - but those that need more must pay it back.
The newly-launched inquiry into diversity in the capital's public realm will be guided by Black cultural groups and Arts Council England.
Tate Gallery will be one of the beneficiaries of the Government’s £1.57bn bailout. But as major organisations consult on redundancies, rumours are flying as to who else will – or won’t – receive funding.
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Nuffield Southampton Theatres was cited as an early victim of the Covid-19 crisis when it went into administration in May. But a new report reveals the venue was in trouble before the lockdown began.