Maps opportunities and barriers facing the African, Caribbean and Asian visual arts sector.
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DCMS commissioned review of the system of public sector funding for the arts and how it can encourage excellence, risk-taking and innovation. Examines how artistic excellence can encourage wider and deeper engagement with the arts by audiences.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) response to the Scottish Funding Council’s request for advice on Scotland’s position in research relevant to the creative industries.
Summary of process, discussion and conclusions of Arts Council England’s Arts Debate programme from 2006.
Written by the author of ‘Size Matters’, this essay indicates some useful routes for a progression from creative to commercial value, using examples to illustrate some practical methods and outcomes.
Part of the evidence base for the New Labour Creative Economy Programme, commissioned from The Work Foundation by DCMS in 2007.
2007 Demos report that explores the relationship between publicly-funded culture and the creative industries.
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.
Analyses issues of crisis management in arts organisations and discusses alternative approaches to income generation.
The Conservative Party’s “Arts Task Force”’ submission to The Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Produced in 2007, the Task Force was Chaired by Sir John Tusa.
A glimpse into the working lives of artists, highlighting discrepancies between the perceptions and realities of professional artistic practice.
Published by Arts Council England in 2006, outlines the positive contribution that the arts can make to children and young people. Aimed to bring greater understanding of how the arts could help to achieve the outcomes of the New Labour government agendas of Every Child Matters and Youth Matters.
Study by the Burns-Owen Partnership of the impact of Creative Partnerships on the creative economy.
Report on coaching and mentoring in the cultural sector.
Assesses the scale of arts festival activity in Yorkshire in 2006, and development needs of the sector as indicated through analysis of case studies.
Part of a-n’s 2005-06 Future forecast series, to mark its 25th anniversary, Outer space investigates the interface between artists’ practice and the socio-political domain.
Independent sectoral review of the visual arts commissioned by Arts Council England.
Asks what distinctive, demonstrable economic role do archives, libraries and museums play in a growing world city whose competitive future depends on building a high-productivity, high-value economy which is fair, inclusive and sustainable?
A proposed arts and cultural sector response to the new Rural Strategy.
Assessment of Museums, Libraries and Archives’ contribution to key social policy targets including regeneration, health and cultural diversity.
The economic and social impact of cultural festivals in the East Midlands of England in 2002.
Key findings from 2003 audience research document, commissioned by ACE from the Office of National Statistics
Document mapping arts activity in the South West.
Useful research summary on the social and economic impacts of culture, arts and sports. Produced by the Research and Economic Unit of the Scottish Executive Education Department in 2004. An update notes subsequent and additional documents that add to the literature.