24th May 2019
The move by the elite university group has led to renewed calls to reconsider the controversial EBacc performance measure.
The industry body says 124 venues would save more than £4,000 each a year if they were offered the same discounts as pubs and bars.
Lord Jay of Ewelme said the Government had failed to address concerns “that applying the current visa system to EU nationals would make it harder to bring talent to the UK”.
New research finds only 4% of bookings that included wheelchair access needs were made online, compared to 60% of all transactions.
Art in Action is calling on politicians to “think differently about art” and place it at the heart of their decision-making.
23rd May 2019
Rebecca Pow MP has taken over from Michael Ellis MP as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport.
20th May 2019
17th May 2019
A new report demands a “clear explanation” from DCMS and the Department for Education on why they have dismissed evidence about the declining provision and take-up of creative subjects.
The Creative Civic Change programme has granted multi-year funding to communities with a track record of using the arts to address social need.
Workspaces for more than 100 artists and an Enterprise Hub supporting creative entrepreneurs will be at the heart of the newly opened Creative Enterprise Zone for Deptford and New Cross.
New research warns that “the wider macroeconomic environment will impact on the ability of charities to raise funds when individuals experience a decline in disposable income”.
UK cultural organisations have been urged to "continue applications as normal" as negotiations over leaving the EU continue.