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Arts Leaders and MPs urge rethink on European Capital of Culture

89 cultural professionals and artists have called on the Government and the European Union (EU) to “urgently reopen negotiations” on the UK’s involvement in the European Capital of Culture competition. Warning that excluding the UK would have negative economic, social and art...

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6 months ago

Aritsts Are Getting Poorer

In the UK survey of 823 artists, 55.1% say they earn between £1,000 and £5,000 net per year while 17.7% earn between £5,000 and £10,000. At the raw end, 9.3% of UK artists state their income as zero. This combined figure of 82.1% is worse than the findings of a previous survey...

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6 months ago

Cambridge Junction bids farewell to Daniel Brine

Daniel Brine is stepping down after 5 years as Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Cambridge Junction. He'll be taking up a new post with the Norfold and Norwich Festival. Hear Daniel reflect on the last five year with Julian Clover on Cambridge 105. Click here to listen

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6 months ago

Arts trustees more diverse than wider charity sector

(First published in Arts Professional 24-11-17) New data has allowed the arts sector to be benchmarked against the wider charity sector, as the Charity Commission calls for charities to “do more” to promote diversity on their boards. Trustees at major arts organisations acro...

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6 months ago

Top 20 Exhibition at Haddenham Galleries, Ely

Friday 1st December 2017 - Preview Evening 6-8pm - join us for the Top 20 Awards exhibition from this year's Cambridge Open Art Exhibiton at the Haddenham Galleries, Ely.  Top 20 Artists:  Richard Baker, Kate Gravett, Sarah McGonigle, Amy Wormald, Astrig Akseralian, Anine Coc...

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6 months ago

Everyday Women - art exhibition

Following an interactive art residency with Cambridge Artworks in 2016 Pippa Davismoon and Charlotte Morrison return with the art exhibition Everyday Women which explores particular aspects of the lives of women. Their work in kiln formed glass and ceramics focuses our attent...

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6 months ago

Arts and culture contribute £11.8bn to UK economy

New research highlights the interplay between the arts and the creative industries, at a time when ministerial responsibility for the two sectors has been separated by the DCMS. The significant contribution arts and culture make to the UK economy, and the role they play suppo...

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7 months ago

Business Districts Encouraged To Partner With The Cultural Sector

Culture is the perfect vehicle to engage people in conversations about heritage and local identity, a new report concludes. Collaboration between businesses and cultural organisations has been put forward as a potential solution to Brexit-related uncertainty, falling public f...

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7 months ago
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