2007 Demos report that explores the relationship between publicly-funded culture and the creative industries.
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Summary of the Mission, Models, Money action research project findings.
Arts Council England’s first national strategy for the arts, health and well-being published in 2007.
With forewords by David Lammy MP, then Minister for Culture, and Sarah Weir, then Chief Executive Arts Council England, London, this report provides in-depth information about the public benefit of affordable studio providers in London.
Published by long established studio providers ACME in 2006, offers information on affordable studio providers in London, and their contribution to cultural and economic life.
Asserts that current provision of entrepreneurship education for creative graduates is not adequately preparing graduates to run their own businesses.
Study by the Burns-Owen Partnership of the impact of Creative Partnerships on the creative economy.
Considers how to promote the development of entrepreneurial skills amongst graduates, and how to avoid skills shortages by getting the skills supply to match more closely with the needs of creative businesses.
A proposed cultural strategy for rural England. Written circa 2010, it discusses the major issues relating to rural arts provision and funding.
Independent sectoral review of the visual arts commissioned by Arts Council England.
Part of a-n’s 2005-06 Future forecast series, marking its 25th anniversary, Future space addresses the future roles and functions of artists’ workspace.
Regional report mapping the creative industries sector in Devon and Torbay, and making recommendations for its support and growth.
The first survey of its kind, intended to provide the beginning of a national register of artists’ studio groups and organisations.
Profile of the shared workspaces and related services used by visual artists and craftspeople in the Yorkshire and Humberside region in 2005.
2005 report on the working environment of West Midlands designer makers, craftspeople and applied artists at different stages of their careers. It was undertaken to explore activity, identify needs and gaps in provision of professional development support.
The economic and social impact of cultural festivals in the East Midlands of England in 2002.
Document mapping arts activity in the South West.
Second DCMS document adding regional detail to the first 1998 document, and reinforcing its policy in this area.