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Artists taking the lead is the most ambitious and wide ranging art commission in the UK and is being developed by Arts Council England, in partnership with London 2012 and the arts councils of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Two research projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have been shortlisted for the Unico Impact Awards.
Impacts 08 has been successful in a joint bid with Liverpool City Council to secure funding from the European Commission’s Culture Programme.
Six new research Fellowships in the Creative and Performing Arts have been announced by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Assembly Government and Arts Council of Wales launch new action plan, ‘Arts in Health and Well-being'.
Dame Liz Forgan will tell a gathering of the UK’s classical music elite not to ‘apologise’ for classical music.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council is pleased to announce the opportunity of working with us in our Bristol offices on an exciting range of different projects.
Arts Council England responds to the announcement of Carol Ann Duffy as Poet Laureate.
Arts Council England will invest an extra £44.5 million in artists and arts organisations over the next two years to help maintain artistic excellence during the economic downturn.
Arts & Business and Futurecity were pleased to be involved in early discussions around the announcements made by the Departments for Culture, Media and Sport and Communities and Local Government.
THE STAGE: Welsh heritage minister Alun Ffred Jones has cautioned the country’s arts sector not to “take funding for granted”, warning that cultural organisations are likely to be hit by cash cuts.
Stories of the World, an unprecedented £6m museum celebration with young people at its heart will be announced by the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council (MLA) in partnership with London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympics Games (LOCOG).
Public art projects to be developed in locations throughout Scotland have been given a boost thanks to funding from the Scottish Arts Council’s new Public Art Fund.
Sean Hillen, sculptor of Omagh memorial sculpture ‘Garden of Light’ will join legendary human rights activist, Justice Albie Sachs, at ‘Art and Conflict’, a major conference organised by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
Five arts organisations have been supported by the Scottish Arts Council to further develop their work within the field of arts and mental health recognising the positive role the arts can play in improving mental health and wellbeing.
THE LONDON TELEGRAPH: Art works looted by the Nazis could be returned to Holocaust survivors and their descendants under plans by ministers.
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards, in partnership with the Scottish Arts Council.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, in partnership with The CT, is giving away 40 free tickets to see ‘The Leading Ladies — We Love Musicals’ at the Grand Opera House on Saturday, March 21, at 8pm as part of the council’s ‘Jump into the Arts’ campaign for older people.
LONDON. Inadequate insurance taken out by Lancaster city council has left a public art project by US artist Mark Dion in ruin after thieves stole 21 bronze sculptures in February 2008.
The biggest auction ever held in Europe ended last night with Yves Saint Laurent’s two Qing bronzes as the star lots, after objections from the Chinese government and a legal challenge failed to halt their sale.
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