21st September 2018
A new report aims to improve the way arts interventions are designed and measured and pave the way for further research.
Female entries for GCSE music outnumbered those from males by almost 4,000 in 2017/18, compared to just 764 five years ago.
Wales takes a lead as arts professionals across all the countries of the UK are urged to take part in research that will shed light on low pay and earnings in the cultural sector.
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14th September 2018
At the heart of its new 5-year Corporate Plan is a commitment to ensuring diversity among those it funds, and to improving the financial resilience of both arts organisations and individual artists.
The funder says that increasing prize and sales limits for society lotteries could negatively impact quality of life for people and communities across the UK.
Arts professionals show a “continuing aversion” to the language of business support, despite a strong interest in accessing business support services.
13th September 2018
The programme will be in place by May 2019, with a focus on international cultural partnerships.
Funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council will also support a new Policy and Evidence Centre, aiming to improve decision-making in the creative industries.