Arts Council England’s National Portfolio announcement sees a-n become a Sector Support Organisation for the 2018-22 portfolio.
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I have found it incredibly difficult choosing images thinking of where they are going to be placed. Should I choose according to what people might be most likely to buy or want. Or stick to my favourites. My favourites have […]
Former culture and digital minister Matt Hancock’s remit is slimmed to digital, as arts and culture joins heritage and tourism under the remit of first-time minister John Glen. Arts Professional’s Christy Romer reports.
An Arts Council England project called The Melodramatic Elephant in the Haunted Castle exploring the history of the Coronet theatre, 1872-2017.
SO, something happened. I have asked Arts Council England to support me in creating a document to outline my needs in the workplace. They just said yes! This piece of paper (or more likely powerpoint, video, series of poems, and […]
New Arts Council England chair Nicholas Serota makes his first speech at the No Boundaries conference in Hull, setting out his priorities for the organisation.
An Exhibition by ACAVA Studios: Artist in Residence Nicola Winstanley
Venue:Plymouth Arts Centre
Date:March 16, 2017 at 01:00 PM
Location:South West England
The New Art Gallery Walsall remains under threat of closure but gallery director Stephen Snoddy has vowed to fight hard to keep it open. Chris Sharratt argues it’s a battle that can’t be lost.
Kwong Lee, director of Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery, is to leave the role in November after nearly 11 years in charge.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: Creative Scotland awards over £1.2million of Open Project Funding, artist Zehra Doğan arrested in Turkey, and more than 40 artists and designers accuse Zara of plagiarism.
In a speech to launch a new report, Funding Arts and Culture in an Age of Austerity, Arts Council England chair Sir Peter Bazalgette has been outlining how local authorities can work with ACE to develop new ways to support the arts and culture sector.
Venue:The Queen of Bradgate
From:April 28, 2016
To:May 05, 2016
Venue:Manchester Renaissance Hotel
From:March 18, 2016
To:March 20, 2016
Location:North West England
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here So here we have it… This is a slightly edited version (to protect the innocent) of my evaluation of the project to wind it all up…. On review and reflection, the Nine Women project […]
Visual arts organisations Metal and Cornubian Arts and Science Trust receive a share of £3m to create new arts festivals.
Chancellor George Osborne delivers Autumn Statement and Spending Review, outlining cuts to government departments, whilst promising increased funding for the Arts Council.
Following on from my last blog…My final correspondence to Arts Council England. Dear Keir Gill, Many thanks for your reply of the 26th October 2015 outlining Arts Council England’s position concerning, avenues of compensation, freedom of information requests and […]
I have been thinking about this blog for over a week and have decided to publish it. As I outlined in my last posting, my exhibition, BLURRED, which was scheduled to be shown at the New Bridge Project in December, […]
This year’s Arts Council England and British Council-supported No Boundaries – billed as a symposium on the role of arts and culture – took place over two days at the end of September at Watershed in Bristol and HOME, Manchester. Featuring talks and discussion from an international cast of contributors, it once again had a live link between each venue and was also live streamed. Artist Julie McCalden reports from Bristol, while arts consultant Mark Robinson presents a view from the rainy city.
Digital archive to preserve over 1000 works of art charting history of disability arts from the 1970s to present day.
Millions needed to prevent landscape painting of Mediterranean bay from 1880s – on loan to Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum for the last 29 years – being exported.
I am currently at the beginning of a 14 month research and development project, within which I will be travelling around the North West of England and Scotland. I will be researching into Seaside Moderne architecture: buildings such as The […]
Firstsite gallery in Colchester has announced that it is to be managed by Colchester Arts Centre for the next 12 months, following the recent resignation of director Matthew Rowe.
Colchester’s Firstsite gallery has had its NPO funding agreement withdrawn by ACE over “serious concerns” about the organisation’s sustainability.