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Exploring when art was an Olympic sport (we’re not joking)

Olympic art is medal worthy, plus Parisian lessons for Brisbane 2032.

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National Arts and Youth Mental Health project awarded record £2.5 million

Arts4Us is one of the largest research grants ever awarded in the UK for arts and arts therapies.

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Arts education in crisis: support a next generation of creatives

Plummeting support for arts education will strip a next generation of creatives. Here's how you can support change.

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2024 Spring Budget: what this means for the arts

The Campaign for the Arts highlights wins and concerns around the 2024 Spring Budget, with tax reliefs, new investments, but…

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Tickets for Good removing the barriers to cultural experiences

Making tickets cheaper to grow audiences, Tickets for Good partners with the Spektrix platform.

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‘The arts are not the cherry on the cake – they are the cake,’ says Melvyn Bragg

In his speech in the House of Lords, Melvyn Bragg advocates for crucial support for the arts in the UK…

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Famous artist homes that are now museums

Creativity starts at home – well it did for these famous artists. Their homes are now museums you can visit.

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10 British artists currently showing in Australia

UK's best head Down Under, and Australian audiences are loving new and old works delivered by these 10 artists.

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Setting in motion: what Ireland’s basic income pilot could mean

The success of the national campaign that established Ireland’s Basic Income for the Arts pilot scheme offers a range of…

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Job opportunities increase thanks to UK collaboration

The report on the impact of the UK/Australia Season shows greater work opportunities for participating artists.

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