Thames estuary culture

The Thames Estuary is to be turned into a cultural hub of global standing.

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Free schools group says arts bodies have misunderstood effect of EBacc

A new report claims that arts organisations concerns about the impact of EBacc on arts subjects at secondary schools is misplaced.

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Liverpool Biennial success, says report

Liverpool’s Biennial art exhibition was worth over £5 million to the local economy, according to new figures.

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Visits to major museums down – DCMS

Visits to national collections have fallen, according to new figures from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

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Plans for Historic Wales body scrapped

Review suggests Cadw becomes independent but no merger with NMW

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Bristol and Bath under fire over budget cuts

Major arts figures have hit out at West Country councils’ plans to cut their culture budgets.

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Whiteread’s dolls’ village for childhood museum

The monumental artwork Place (Village) by Turner Prize winner Rachel Whiteread has found a permanent home at the V&A Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green.

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Hyslop fears for Scottish arts post-Brexit.

The Scottish Government has warned that leaving the EU Single Market will damage Scotland’s culture and creative sectors.

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Culture one of government’s favoured industries

The creative industries are one of five sectors named by Theresa May to receive special support in the government’s new industrial strategy.

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ACE awards £2.3m to touring projects

Arts Council England has awarded £2,378,002 to 15 arts bodies in the latest round of its Strategic Touring Programme. The projects will work with Black and minority ethnic artists and audiences, refugees, disabled people, and low socio-economic areas.

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