Brexit damaging for arts, says Eagle

Leaving the EU would be damaging for the arts and culture sector, says Labours new shadow culture secretary Maria Eagle.

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New creative hub next to Hepworth Gallery

Wakefield Council has agreed the sale of the Rutland Mills site, next to the city’s Hepworth art gallery.

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Fears over Sunderland’s station museum

Sunderland may close its museum at Monkwearmouth as part of a cost cutting exercise.

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Hockney extravaganza

Tate Britain is to celebrate David Hockney’s 80th birthday next year with the biggest retrospective exhibition of his work to date.

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Arts fundraising awards planned

The first arts fundraising awards have been launched by the =mc company and the National Arts Fundraising School, to recognise best practice in arts and culture fundraising.

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Barriers to NI arts says report

Working class communities in Northern Ireland still face ‘significant barriers’ when accessing arts and culture, says a new report.

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£2m to celebrate

Sheffield, Milton Keynes and London get rewards for ‘ambition’

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ACE to give 4 year deals

Arts Council England is to give four year grants if proposals for grants after the current funding cycle ends in 2018 are approved.

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Shock closure of Bede’s World

Bede’s World, a major tourist attraction in Jarrow has closed after a financial crisis.

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£10.8m ACE building awards

Arts Council England is handing out 39 grants worth £10.8 million to help arts organisations improve buildings and equipment.

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