Middlesbrough Mayor argues "if we censor Chubby Brown then we have to censor lots of acts".
New figures from the Department for Education show the number of arts, media and publishing apprentices has fallen by a third since 2015 – but the data doesn’t tell the full story.
Joint venture aims to 'supercharge' UK arts lobbying and business development
A review of international approaches to funding culture concludes that “change is inevitable”.
London arts leaders were told the word is “divisive” but wanted it included anyway.
Artists will increasingly need multiple income streams and brand collaborations to fund their creative practice in an Instagram-fuelled marketplace, a new report says.
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The Chief Executive of the London Borough’s Council said the year-long programme would examine the relationship between power and people and celebrate migration.
As Manchester City Council races to get the venue finished for 2021, only a third of construction packages have been awarded.
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BME people in children’s publishing are often “pressured to comment on diversity issues” amid expectations their books will focus on cultural stereotypes.
A study warns that “debates about authenticity, re-creation and fakery are amplified by digital technologies”.
The former Culture Minister has resigned from parliament, citing a desire to specialise in the sectors he is passionate about.
Head of Programming Tamsin Ace will leave the venue in December, as will Creative Director Madani Younis. Southbank has not confirmed whether it will replace Ace's role.