We are aware that the UK leaving the EU will be impacting a-n members and the visual arts community in a number of different ways. We recognise that artists’ livelihoods will be affected by Brexit and the new trade deal with the EU, and we will be advocating for the needs of visual artists with arts councils and government.
This is a developing situation with many questions and practicalities still to be worked through. We have collated the following information and guidance for artists and arts organisers and will add to this as more guidance and resources become available.
General guidance: www.gov.uk/transition
Guidance for the arts, culture and heritage sectors: www.gov.uk/government/collections/the-arts-culture-and-heritage-sectors-from-january-2021
Guidance for the art market: www.gov.uk/government/collections/the-art-market-sector-from-january-2021
Guidance for the creative industries: www.gov.uk/government/collections/the-creative-industries-sector-from-january-2021
Guidance for DCMS sectors: www.gov.uk/government/collections/guidance-for-dcms-sectors-to-prepare-for-the-end-of-the-brexit-transition
Guidance on changes in Copyright Law: www.gov.uk/guidance/changes-to-copyright-law-after-the-transition-period
Guidance on import/export of items of cultural interest: www.gov.uk/guidance/exporting-or-importing-objects-of-cultural-interest
General guidance: www.gov.scot/brexit/
General guidance: www.mygov.scot/eu-exit-brexit/
Guidance for the culture and creative sectors: www.mygov.scot/culture-creative-sectors-after-brext/
Arts Council England
Arts Council of Wales
1. Nicola Naismith, Artists in Leadership