The fourth Folkestone Triennial was announced today with the theme Double Edge, with 21 artists including Bob and Roberta Smith, Antony Gormley, Michael Craig-Martin, Alex Hartley and Bill Woodrow.
Four young artists are to receive a £30,000 prize each as winners of a new competition organised by Gateshead’s BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, the first major ward to be judged solely by artists.
The Royal Ballet is to make its first ever appearance in Hull as part of its City of Culture Year.
Bristol City Council is to go ahead with a 40% cut to its culture budget, with £190,000 to be cut in 2018/19 and a further £190,000 cut in 2019/20, affecting support for arts organisations and museums.
Bournemouth has a number of gaps in its cultural offer, says a new report on the town.
Greenham Common to be site for £1.7m facility
Bath is to cut all its funding for small arts projects to save upwards of £100,000 a year, the city council has decided, blaming reductions in central government funding.
The European Union Baroque Orchestra, which has been based at Woodstock in Oxfordshire since 1985, is to camp to Belgium in the wake of the decision for Britain to leave the European Union. Others may follow.
Sue Hoyle, director of the Clore Leadership Programme since 2007, is to stand down in the summer, it was announced today.
Samuel French, the bookseller, publisher and theatrical licensing company, is being forced to close its famous Fitzrovia bookshop by rising rents.