Locus + says grant cut is unfair.
The National Portrait Gallery has acquired a collection of photographic portraits of successful black Britons which will form the basis of an exhibition, Black is the New Black.
£15 million for ‘legacy’ projects, says Bradley
The Welsh baritone Karl Daymond has died as he was about to speak in a debate about the future of the Drill Hall, the Chepstow arts venue.
Battersea Power Station’s first two public art commissions of sculpture have been announced.
BBC Radio 4’s arts programme Front Row is going to television with a regular weekly slot.
Barrie Rutter, who founded the Northern Broadsides 25 years ago, is standing down as its artistic director after Arts Council England failed to increase the theatre company’s annual grant.
The British Museum has reported a £750,000 diamond ring as missing, six years after it was lost.
City council cites ‘financial pressures’
Michelle Terry, the Olivier Award winning actor and writer who has appeared at Shakespeare’s Globe on London’s Bankside in three productions, is to succeed Emma Rice as the theatre’s artistic director.