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Arts Council England announced a package of measures to support artists and the arts as they battle a recessionary period.
Arts Council England will save
Being accidentally locked in an anteroom at the European Commission in Brussels with Edward De Bono was an apt way to begin to understand the European Year of Creativity and Innovation (EYCI). The reason the renowned De Bono was in […]
From 2009, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is changing its funding strategy to support innovative ideas and unusual partnerships across its cultural, educational and social interests. Open to application, the new Innovation Programme aims to support fewer organisations with larger amounts of […]
As an arts professional committed to the principles of internationalism and cultural exchange I am both dismayed and disgusted by the new UK Home Office regulations that will further curb our invitations to non-EU artists to collaborate with, experience, or […]
A new policy to support art, architecture and the built environment is to be developed by Arts Council England following a comprehensive review of Architecture Week.
How does a maker reach the market? Freelance consultant and Market Development Manager for Cockpit Arts Abigail Branagan highlights the key routes.
Independent curator Jeni Walwin looks at issues relating to selling work and examines a number of different ways that artists can engage with the art world on a commercial basis.
Set up by Arts Council England in 2002, Creative Partnerships is set to become an independent organisation. Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE), as the organisation will now be known, will receive a
Arts Council England’s latest consultation now launched focuses on self-assessment and peer review and you are invited to have your say.
The McMaster Review published earlier this year reiterated the direct benefits of having practitioners at the centre of arts decision-making processes.
Arts Council Englands reputation was badly affected following announcement of its 2008-11 investment strategy for regularly funded organisations (RFOs).
Latest appointments in the art world.
The latest arts policy and funding developments.
Round-up of support to artists policies in Canada, England and Australia.
According to London A Cultural Audit, the first quantitative comparison of Londons cultural environment with major world cities New York, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai, London is leading the way internationally.
New appointments and farewells.
A report from the Education and Skills Select Committee has confirmed the value of Creative Partnerships work within the curriculum.
After a lengthy baited-breath waiting period, the governments Comprehensive Spending Review that sets public funding levels for 2008-11 was announced.
Arts Council Englands announcement on 26 September of its new Chief Executive, Alan Davey, was met with mixed feelings in the arts world.
If you were the Arts Council, how would you do it?
Guyan Porter talks about the socio-economic dynamics of art markets and deconstructs notions of the art market in the UK.
No one likes to be boxed in; for an individual with all their human complexity to be reduced to a cipher.
A new Memorandum of Understanding between Cultural Secretary Tessa Jowell and London Mayor Ken Livingstone has set out how the National Lottery and London Development Agency will be paid back using proceeds from land sale after the London Olympics.