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Darren Henley uses speech in Sunderland to discuss what the EU referendum result might mean for artists and arts organisations in the north of England and across the UK.
The director of Tate is to leave the role after 28 years to take up part-time position as chairman of Arts Council England.
Artist Rachel Dobbs’ recently published ‘cheatsheet’ for Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts application has been widely applauded and shared by artists and arts organisers. Pippa Koszerek reports on the social media conversation.
A new toolkit / ‘cheatsheet’, designed by artist Rachel Dobbs, reformats the Arts Council England Grants for the Arts application form to make it more accessible.
Northumberland-based Arts & Heritage to receive Arts Council funding for ten museums to work with individual artists on new works inspired by their collections.
Four organisations in Manchester, St Helens, Cambridge and Reading to receive a total of £1,757,500 from Arts Council England fund.
Unlimited is to continue to produce new works by disabled artists following funding from Arts Council England for its third programme.
With more than double the anticipated number of responses, the Artists’ Livelihoods survey into how visual artists in England live and work forms part of the most comprehensive study of its kind in over a decade. Stephen Palmer reports.
The Meeting Point project will present artworks in unexpected places and support small and medium scale museums to commission artists.
Launching today, a-n is a lead partner in a comprehensive survey into how visual artists in England live and work, part of a new Arts Council England research project that will shape future support and initiatives for artists. Take part and share your views on the day-to-day realities of being a professional artist and the challenges and barriers you face.
Arts Council England is inviting the arts and culture sector to participate in a ‘conversation’ about its future investments for 2018 onwards.
Arts Council England has awarded small capital grants to 39 organisations across the country, including to visual arts organisations Aspex, Spike Island, Pallant House Gallery and the Towner Trust.
Commemorations include eight new commissions installed at galleries across the UK plus two new touring exhibitions.
The Chair of Arts Council England will step down in January 2017 after four years in the role.
Arts Council England has awarded six Creative People and Places projects over £5 million between them to build on the successes of their community-embedded arts programmes.
Event in London brings together raft of speakers from across the arts sector to discuss funding priorities, partnerships and access – with a welcome focus on the artist.
Darren Henley, the new chief executive of Arts Council England, has outlined his vision for future investment in artists and for additional regional funding for arts organisations, during a speech at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull.
The Spode Factory in Stoke is to be converted into a hub for artists as part of a £700,000 scheme following Art Council England’s wider investment in cultural venues across the Midlands.
Arts Council England has awarded MK Gallery in Milton Keynes nearly £3m towards its major expansion project.
Arts Council England has appointed Darren Henley, current head of Classic FM, as its new chief executive.
A Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee report has praised the hard work and dedication of Arts Council England’s staff and warned against any further cuts in grant in aid to the funding body, but says ACE needs to do more to redress the funding balance between London and the rest of the country.
A new report from the team behind Rebalancing our Cultural Capital claims that Arts Council England’s funding commitments for 2015-18 still overwhelmingly favour London.
ACE chief executive Alan Davey is leaving his post at the end of 2014 to take up the position of controller of BBC Radio 3.
ACE does a U-turn on measures to protect its reputation following a storm of concerns over freedom of expression. Arts Professional’s Liz Hill reports.