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More support will be directed to the arts outside London but the Culture Minister rejects claims of a regional funding crisis. Liz Hill reports.
Liz Hill reflects on a Warwick Commission debate which revealed the enthusiasm of the creative industries for better creative and cultural education in schools – and the barriers to making it happen.
Arts Council England has announced that £180m of Lottery funds will be used for the core funding of NPOs involved in touring or working with children and young people.
Three more museums and galleries will create “long term visible homes for the Collection” and develop supporting digital activity to maximise its reach.
The Intellectual Property Office has published new guidance for copyright holders ahead of reforms to UK copyright law.
Arts Council of Wales’s new five-year strategy rejects single artform strategies, defines the obligations of national companies and pledges to recognise the role of activity that straddles the subsidised and commercial sectors. Liz Hill reports.
Liz Hill, editor of Arts Professional, concludes that Arts Council England’s This England report is based on a carefully constructed analysis designed to disguise a London-centric funding strategy.
Private sector money aligned to public sector policy has been a catalyst for some growth in the market, according to the ixia Public Art Survey 2013.
A House of Commons Select Committee has opened an inquiry into the work of Arts Council England and its regional funding policies.
Arts Council England prepares to cut NPOs again next year, but strategic funding will take the hit from 2015/16.
No Boundaries conference aims to break the mould and stimulate debate among leaders and emerging leaders on new directions for the arts.
The Warwick Commission is aiming to develop new policy thinking and practical recommendations related to the long-term sustainability of culture in the face of tough economic challenges.