Never before have society’s minorities felt more alone than in the lockdowns. The effect for many who look to small communities within our towns and cities for security has been to feel doubly excluded, from their own groups and from the wider neighbourhood.
Keith Merrin is moving from Sunderland Culture, which he has headed for three years, to succeed Iain Watson as director of Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums.
The Welsh government is giving an extra £6.2m to safeguard the National Museum and the National Library of Wales.
Businesses in arts and entertainment need tough, commercially driven brand strategies if they are to survive says Stephen Izatt, managing director of brand strategy at the creative agency Thinkfarm
The Leicester Comedy Festival is to go ahead, opening tomorrow, with stars from its early years returning for the live-streamed event.
Sculpture by the Lakes near Dorchester is to host a sculpture festival in which 200 pieces by more than 30 leading British artists will be on display this spring.
A new one-off £30m Covid rescue fund for the arts has been announced today by the Garfield Weston Foundation.
Five creatives from difference aspects of the cultural spectrum have won this year’s Art Foundation Futures Fellowship Awards, representing choral composition, materials innovation, environmental writing, visual arts and theatre makers.
Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund are giving £6m between them to create a six-month cultural programme around the Birmingham Commonwealth Games next year.
People across the UK are being invited to turn their front windows into art galleries by the artist Antony Gormley, to create the Great Big Art Exhibition.