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.
International contexts - a-n The Artists Information Company
Comprehensive report covering six areas where Brexit is likely to impact on the arts and cultural sector.
Kathy McArdle, British Council Director of England and Cities, reflects on the international dimension of the UK City of Culture initiative.
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.
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.
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 British Council consider the implications of Brexit in terms of an opportunity for Britain to present its “creative genius” to the world.
Evaluation of 2016 edition based on responses of the Biennial’s core audience, participating artists, staff, volunteers, and key stakeholders.
Following the UK referendum, in which the majority voted to leave the EU, a-n surveyed its members on the likely impact of Brexit.
Executive summary of report evaluating the Wales in Venice project since 2009.
Researched by Creative United in partnership with ArtTactic, investigates the characteristics and dynamics of the contemporary art market in the UK.
Readable report by the World Cities Culture Forum conference evidencing the role of culture in creating vibrant cities for the 21st century.
Government visa policy for visiting artists and entertainers.
Master of Philosophy thesis exploring the multiple roles of biennials of art within a globalised world.
Considers the international aspect of artists’ practices from the artists’ perspective.
Conclusions from a European Commission two day conference in Oct 2012.
Manick Govinda explores a moment in time when it appeared that politics had taken centre stage in contemporary art, focusing on Sharjah Biennial 8.
Demos document that argues that, more than ever before, culture has a vital role to play in international relations.