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With the closing date for the next round fast approaching, Arts Professional takes a look at applicant data from the previous Developing Your Creative Practice programme.
Following plans for a Northern creative corridor, research identifies six more areas of the UK that could adopt the model to stimulate growth of the creative industries.
English National Opera (ENO) has entered into a partnership with Greater Manchester to establish a primary base for the renowned opera company within the city-region by the year 2029.
There is a lot more this industry could be doing to make working-class creatives feel welcome – and it isn’t just tick-box schemes and small print
Creative UK has unveiled a bullying and harassment resource designed to help improve and professionalise behaviours across the creative industries.
Olivia Colman, Harriet Walter and Juliet Stevenson are among more than 1,000 artists accusing cultural institutions of “silencing and stigmatising” those who express solidarity with Palestine during the Israel-Gaza war.
Tamasha Theatre Company is training theatre practitioners in how to provide mental-health support to industry colleagues and peers, in a bid to make the arts and the mental-health sector “more representative of the UK population”.
Freelancers are often described as the beating heart of theatre. However, the talent exodus needs to be addressed. The creators and participants of a pioneering new scheme share details about its potential to do just that
Andrew Lloyd Webber has called on investors to “think of Britain first” when putting money into theatre, claiming Broadway is a “vanity project”.
Dozens of UK art projects have been chosen to partner with national and international organisations in a second round of the Four Nations International Fund.
Culture is not trivial, it’s about who we are. That’s why Labour needs a plan to save the arts
The future of National Theatre Wales is at risk due to funding cuts and the Welsh Government has washed its hands of responsibility, the Senedd heard.
BECTU head Philippa Childs has highlighted the “ongoing lack of investment” in the creative sector following the Autumn Statement, claiming it was a “missed opportunity” to support the industry.
Almost a third of professional musicians in the UK are experiencing poor mental well-being, a report has claimed.