The artist Spencer Tunick is calling on hundreds of residents of Hull to strip off for his next crowd installation.
Welsh museums were hit by more strike action over the Easter weekend.
Mark Wigglesworth, English National Opera’s music director, has resigned telling staff that the company “was evolving into something I do not recognise”, and he will leave the troubled company at the end of this season.
Access opportunities to the arts for all, with poorer children benefitting from a new scheme and culture at the heart of a local decision-making, are the key features of the government’s first strategy for arts and culture, as outlined in the White Paper published today by culture minister Ed Vaizey.
Plays and performances from theatre companies around the country are to be given a London showcase with A Nation’s Theatre Festival through April and May.
Report says developments could close city centre clubs
Creative United, the company behind the Arts Council’s Own Art programme is extending its reach to include more expensive works of art.
Chester’s new £37 million arts centre and library is to be called Storyhouse.
English National Opera and Equity have come to an agreement over a new deal with the chorus that will see their contracts cut by three months in a year ands their numbers reduced.
Is this the lost portrait of the novelist Charlotte Brontë painted by her brother Branwell? Charlotte Cory, curator of an exhibition that opened this week in London, believes it is.