Report detailing findings of a large-scale national study of the livelihoods, careers and needs of visual artists in England conducted in 2016 by TBR and funded by Arts Council England.
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As part of a large-scale national study of the livelihoods, careers and needs of visual artists in England conducted in 2016 by TBR and funded by Arts Council England, this report provides an overview of the study findings.
As part of a large-scale national study of the livelihoods, careers and needs of visual artists in England conducted in 2016 by TBR and funded by Arts Council England, this report is based on in-depth discussions from five focus groups held across the English regions in March and April 2016.
As part of a large-scale national study of the livelihoods, careers and needs of visual artists in England conducted in 2016 by TBR and funded by Arts Council England, this report provides a summary of the first stage of the research, a review of existing literature and data to inform the study and subsequent primary research.
Analyses 35 million job adverts between 2013-17 for use and meaning of the word ‘creativity’.
New and primary research into the gender gap between artists living and working in Berlin.
Commissioned by ACE in 2018 to better understand the current landscape of leadership in the sector and to survey available support.
Recognising a need for more consistent and systematic focus given to how arts interventions produce effective social and health outcomes, this short paper explores two challenges. 1. How to describe the changes that arts experiences achieve, which does justice to […]
ACE commissioned report from Britain Thinks, reviewing how the arts, museums and libraries sector has progressed since 2010
Comprehensive report of the three-year NXT project, which took place from 2015 with 25 partners in 15 European countries.
Evaluation of a six year programme funded by DfE, connecting museums with local schoolchildren, targeting areas with high levels of deprivation and low cultural engagement.
Summary of Taking Part data for the engagement in the Arts during 2016/2017.
Updates previous editions of the Fawcett Society’s Sex and Power index.
The highs, lows, ins and outs of the online art market.
Using ONS figures, demonstrates inequality in the Creative Industries workforce, which is shown to be lacking in diversity and social mobility.
Commissioned by ACE following the June 2017 NPO round in which both Arnolfini and Situations were dropped from national portfolio funding.
Museums Association report focusing on funding, collections and the future relevance of the sector.
Theoretical paper arguing for documentary approaches to the study of art.
Preliminary evaluation by the University of Hull of the impacts of the 2017 UK City of Culture on Hull.
DCMS top level policy document to promote the “dual competitive advantages” of the UK’s strengths in creativity and technology.
Executive summary of the funding contribution of the EU to the UK arts, museums and creative industries from 2007- 2016, commissioned by Arts Council England.
Comprehensive report covering six areas where Brexit is likely to impact on the arts and cultural sector.
Using learning from approaches taken in Australia and the USA, Susanne Burns offers a critique of the competitive UK subsidised arts system, identifying changes required for organisational and artist economic sustainability.
Dense report focusing on the economic contribution and potential of the creative industries sector in the regions based on ONS and other statistical data.
Explores the historical context of public collecting and the dilemmas and challenges of developing museum collections within shrinking budgets and rising international art prices.