The latest in a series of papers commissioned by a-n, providing detailed data on the amount, context and nature of employment for visual artists.
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Report exploring “the most frequently made claim for art: its contribution to soft power.”
Campaigning document by the Creative Industries Federation advocating for continued free movement of EU nationals post-Brexit, and reform of the visa system for non-EU nationals.
Explores the history of performance art at Tate from the 1960s to 2016.
Report detailing the journey and learning between the RSC and intel collaborating to bring a digitally enhanced production of The Tempest to the stage.
Argues that London can maintain its position as “the cultural capital of the world” post-Brexit, but will have to “fight hard” to do so.
Written by ex-Chair of ACE Peter Bazalgette for the DCMS, with the intention that it becomes part of the Government’s Industrial Strategy.
Fourth digital culture report, examining the role and impact of digital technology in arts and cultural organisations. Produced by ACE and NESTA.
Focusing on the impact, outcomes and future of the programme following three years of this major Arts Council England funded programme.
Writer and researcher François Matarasso reports on the impact of a week-long pilot lab that offered six early career artists, aged over 50, time to explore how creativity can be nourished and how artists can challenge themselves to develop.
A provocation paper commissioned by Bluecoat from ex-Arts Council, NE director, Mark Robinson.
Executive summary of CLP commissioned research into governance in the cultural sector, focusing on Boards, their development and relationship with artistic mission and executive.
Inquiry report into existing engagement of the arts in health and social care, and making recommendations to improve policy and practice.
Key findings from a-n’s second ‘Brexit survey’, one year after the Referendum vote to leave the EU.
Strategy document from a-n that puts advocacy for visual artists at the heart of its activities for the next five years.
The first of three reports that explore the potential civic role of publicly funded arts organisations, within the context of wide community and political divisions in 2017.
Based on a survey of 700 creative freelancers and 50 businesses, report sets out policy recommendations to improve the working lives of creative freelancers.
Full Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisations list for 2018-22.
Additional report from the Freelands Foundation revealing more aspects of gender inequality in the visual arts in Britain.
A data-set produced by the National Campaign for the Arts examining funding and other factors relating to the “health” of the arts in England.
Following experiential research projects, this report presents ideas and examples of innovative practice for those interested in creative ageing, with a focus on arts and dementia.
Annual report from the Jerwood charities that highlights their work over the last 40 years.
Document reviewing the work of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation in 2016, supporting visual artists.
This Federation ‘blueprint’ presents policy recommendations and practical ideas for creating economic growth across the whole country.
Explores the various approaches, impacts and outcomes of art and engagement found across the CPP programme.