Arts and heritage in the New Year Honours List.
Creative Scotland to lose less than 1%
The Tiny Tims whose spirits inhabit the Ragged School Museum in Tower Hamlets have had an early Christmas present in the form of a £4.3m Heritage Lottery Fund grant.
MPs have claimed that London is still getting too big a slice of government arts funding.
Birmingham arts organisations have been hit by a new round of cuts.
The government should encourage new sources of income to save community arts in the regions, says a report by the Commons culture select committee, published today.
Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Britain’s first public art gallery, has appointed its first woman director.
Woodrow Kernohan, currently CEO of Ireland’s EVA International, has been chosen as the new director to lead the John Hansard Gallery of contemporary art into its new home in Southampton city centre next year.
This is an artist’s impression of the new tower Westminster Abbey will acquire with its first museum, due to open in 2018.
An Arts Council report published today says the disabled are being left behind in the advances to better diversification in the culture sector’s workforce.