Arts Council Northern Ireland has paid £12,000 to its chief executive Roisin McDonough after settling an age discrimination case.
The David Parr House, the Cambridge home of William Morris' Arts & Crafts collaborator, is to open to the public.
The Saatchi Gallery in West London has taken the decision to cover up works by artists SKU that feature an Islamic declaration of faith, following complaints from Muslim visitors that they are blasphemous.
In our new review feature Adam Anderson considers the unending story of Britain's game-changing sculptor, Anthony Caro.
The search for a successor to Dame Carol Ann Duffy as Poet Laureate appears to have hit the buffers, with reports that the latest favourite, the Pakistan-born poet Imtiaz Dharker, has today ruled herself out.
The controversial new sponsorship of the Turner Prize by Stagecoach South East is over, a day after it was announced.
All four artists shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani, show the influence of political engagement in their work.
City planners have approved the National Portrait Gallery’s biggest development since it opened in 1896.
A First World war cruiser, a Welsh open air museum, a Victorian natural history collection and a contemporary art gallery join the V&A’s new Scottish outstation to vie for this year’s £100,000 Art Fund Museum of the Year prize.
The last of the 92-year Hamilton Bequest of oil paintings to Glasgow Museums has gone on show at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.