Harlow in Essex, declared the court’s first “Sculpture Town” in 2009 because of its acclaimed collection of public sculpture, is to restore the works thanks to the National Lottery.
Film director Sean McAllister is ignoring film censors by letting under-15s watch a documentary about poverty for free in protest at its 15 rating.
Hull is to get a £1.25m award from Arts Council England.
Creative organisations have been warned to prepare for a “no-deal Brexit” by the Confederation of Creative Industries’ CEO Alan Bishop, while another report today says that dance will suffer without the right Brexit safeguards.
Film director Peter Jackson’s reconstruction of First World War documentary film into a narrative, using modern digital technology, is to have its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in October.
Two-thirds of general practitioners believe that art makes a significant contribution to public health, according to a new survey.
The long-hidden drawings by the Polish expressionist Feliks Topolski from the 1950s of the Bank of England’s printing works in Epping Forest are going on display for the first time.
A portrait of the poet Dylan Thomas by his friend and drinking companion Augustus John has been bought by the National Portrait Gallery – to be reunited in Wales with that of his wife.
The last pieces of the “fatberg”, the monstrous agglomeration of sewer waste found by Thames Water workers under Whitechapel in East London, have become part of the Museum of London’s permanent collection – in quarantine.
Stephen Langridge, a champion of contemporary opera, is the new artistic director of the temple of traditional opera, Glyndebourne.