Using ONS figures, demonstrates inequality in the Creative Industries workforce, which is shown to be lacking in diversity and social mobility.
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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.
Crafts Council update on the 2012 demographic figures, with methodology that makes them compatible with DCMS standards and SOC codes.
Report on diversity within Arts Council England NPOs and recipients of GFTA funding, using data gathered annually by ACE.
ACE commissioned research report with the aim of improving ACE’s understanding of disabled people’s experience in the arts and cultural workforce; and identifying actions to reduce barriers.
Details the performance indicators expected of visual and applied arts Portfolio organisations in Wales.
Crafts Council survey of makers’ export needs in view likely law changes following Brexit.
A systematic review of the subjective wellbeing outcomes of engaging with visual arts for adults (‘working-age’ 15-64 years) with diagnosed mental health conditions.
Report advocating for the implementation of specific methods of evaluating “the cultural spillover effect”, via the presentation of four international case studies.
Reflections on ACW “Ideas: People: Places” programme which supports projects that “test new models of regeneration and collaboration through the arts”.
Kathy McArdle, British Council Director of England and Cities, reflects on the international dimension of the UK City of Culture initiative.
2016 Freelands Foundation commission of qualitative research exploring landscape of post-university support for emerging artists in the UK.
Research designed to offer an authoritative overview of the state of curatorship and foundation for planning future role support within UK the museum and gallery sector.
Report on The Baring Foundation’s funding of arts activity with older people since 2010.
DCMS directly funds 15 museums and the British Library. This review looks at the “functions, forms, effectiveness, efficiency and accountability” within these institutions.
Review in response to the Government’s Culture White Paper in 2016. Visual arts museums are represented, along with sculpture parks.