20th September 2019
19th September 2019
There are calls for the government to consider exempting all Scottish residents from the proposed levy, which would be collected by accommodation providers.
Phil Redmond said partnerships between rural areas and their historic religious buildings could help make both relevant and culturally sustainable.
18th September 2019
17th September 2019
National Theatre staff say the protest is “the beginning of a discussion in which we will push for our theatre to divest from big oil sponsorship”.
A £1bn redevelopment of the events centre is expected to create a “substantial increase in both the quantity of arts and cultural activity that could be accommodated, and the quality of that activity”.
16th September 2019
A report says the organisation is confusing the distinct aims of attracting investment and developing broader influence.
13th September 2019
Arts Council England responds to questions from ArtsProfessional and the sector exploring its plans for the next 10 years.
The former Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Education Minister recently came under fire for supporting education policy that would “destroy genuine creativity”.
12th September 2019
The Shadow Culture Secretary said “a crude skills and salary approach to migration simply won’t work for the creative economy”.