21st December 2017
1,000 people involved in creative groups have revealed why they participate and highlighted the challenges their groups face.
UK arts organisations and European partners have been advised to continue applications for Creative Europe funding as normal.
20th December 2017
Subtle changes could help cultural organisations become more welcoming, attract more visitors and potentially increase donations.
The current ‘benefit’ thresholds will be simplified into two levels – for donations under £100 and over £100.
19th December 2017
Artists’ Union England says Elisabeth Murdoch’s appointment to the arts funder’s National Council is “another example of corporate co-option of a publicly-funded institution”.
A new manifesto by the Scottish Contemporary Arts Network, Scottish Artists Union and Engage Scotland has set out the visual arts sector’s key aspirations and commitments.
18th December 2017
15th December 2017
A research project that toured an Indian play around Lincolnshire has uncovered challenges around staging and touring diverse arts in rural areas.
Ten London boroughs will each receive £50k to create permanent affordable creative workspaces and provide support for artists and creative businesses.
The Public Accounts Committee intends to hold an inquiry into National Lottery operator Camelot after a Parliamentary investigation uncovered soaring shareholder profits.
Creative Scotland’s budget will be increased by £6.6m each year for the next three years.
Leaders in local authorities and health services have started to recognise the value of arts organisations to their agendas following a series of multi-partner collaborations.
Seven levels of Peckham’s multi-storey municipal car park have been converted into a mixture of new artist studios, co-working spaces and restaurants.