A local area’s £1m arts transformation

A Nottinghamshire local authority, where arts investment has been historically low, has won £1m from the Arts Council to establish a transformative three-year community programme of dance, visual art, music and craft.

Continue Reading

Print Email

‘Most joyful’ Young V&A wins £120k Art Fund prize

Young V&A, the transformed Museum of Childhood in London’s East End, has won the largest museum prize in the world, the £120,000 Art Fund Museum of the Year award.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Lisa Nandy is new culture secretary

Lisa Nandy, 44, has been appointed Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport in the new Starmer government, taking the cabinet post that had been intended for Thangam Debbonaire who lost her seat in the general election.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Jewish Museum finds its Angel

The Jewish Museum, which closed its Camden premises a year ago, has appointed the TV and film producer Sally Angel as its chief executive.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Arts' Birthday Honours

Congratulations to arts and heritage leaders mentioned in the King's Birthday Honours list.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Sainsburys’ £16m lift to Cambridge Arts

The Cambridge Arts Theatre, founded almost 90 years ago by John Maynard Keynes, has been given £16m by David and Susie Sainsburys’ Gatsby Charitable Trust to complete the refurbishment of the auditorium.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Mary Archer’s ACE review suspended

The DCMS-ordered review of the Arts Council led by Mary Archer has been suspended because of the general election.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Nadia Fall to head Young Vic

Nadia Fall, currently artistic director of the Theatre Royal Stratford East (TRSE), is to succeed Kwame Kwei-Armah at the head of the Young Vic.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Most believe orchestras are vital – ABO survey

Growing public support for concert music, and in particular orchestras, has been recorded in a wide-ranging survey by the Association of British Orchestras published today.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Jenny Mollica to head ENO

Jenny Mollica is the new CEO of English National Opera, taking up her post immediately having been interim chief executive since Stuart Murphy stood down in August.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Patreon message

If you enjoy what we do at Arts Industry and want to show your support, why not become a Patron? A small amount each month will help us keep doing what we do and improve our website.