Louise Mitchell to chair children’s orchestras

Bristol Music Trust’s CEO Louise Mitchell is to chair the National Children’s Orchestras, the NCO announced today.

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Lower threshold proposed for creative migrants

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has proposed a reduction to the salary threshold for artists and creative people in its Home Office commissioned immigration review.

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Portsmouth's Georgian theatre added to At Risk register

The Groundlings Theatre in Portsmouth, where the writer Charles Dickens was almost born, as been placed on the Theatre At Risk Register by the Theatre Trust.

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Jersey plan to make museum free

Island government in talks with heritage body

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Council warns of funding cut for Perth festival

Councillors agree only two more years of subsidy

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ACE’s 10 year plan for creativity

Individual creativity is at the core of Arts Council England’s new ten year strategy, announced today.

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Tim Walker leaves LPO

Timothy Walker is retiring as artistic director and managing director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra after 17 years.

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British Council’s search for new director of arts

The British Council is looking for a new Director of Arts to succeed Kate Arthurs, who is to stand down later this year.

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Artists launch appeal to save Jarman’s garden

The actor Tilda Swinton and artists Michael Craig-Martin, Tacita Dean, Jeremy Deller, Isaac Julien and Wolfgang Tillmans have launched a £3.5m appeal to save film-maker Derek Jarman’s famous garden at Dungeness in Kent.

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ACE gives £4.3m for ‘resilience of diversity’

Arts Council England is investing £4.3m of National Lottery funding in 45 arts organisations aiming to enhance diversity in the cultural sector through its Elevate programme.

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