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Rates victory sets precedent for other museums and galleries A landmark Tribunal ruling has seen the rateable value of Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum... Designers join forces to influence post-Covid planning A group of leading theatre designers have joined forces to form #scenechange, a community that... Creative industries are on the brink of disaster, economists predict Economic modelling by global forecasting firm Oxford Economics predicts the turnover of the UK’s... Musicians warn the choral landscape is under threat An open letter is aiming to "give voice to the millions of people who sing in choirs in this... New student accommodation in Leeds to include artist studios Plans submitted for the construction of a seven-storey residence for 411 students in Leeds include... Authors call on publishers to address their own lack of diversity In an open letter to the 'big five' UK publishing houses, high profile authors - including some who... Smith appointed as AHRC Executive Chair PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER SMITH, currently Professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews and formerly Director of the British... Artists on the front line Outdoor Arts producers and artists are experienced at turning the most unpromising setting into a performance space, and their back-catalogue of shows is tailored for the outdoor. Could they be the first to woo back audiences in a socially distanced world? Angus MacKechnie looks ahead. When the festivals fell silent Familiar voices may be muted this year, but some have found new ways to communicate with their audiences, and to reach new ones. Michael Eades asks some fundamental questions about the future for festivals. Artful leadership against a clever virus As we move from the immediate crisis towards new ones, we need atypical thinkers, agile doers and creative problem-solvers who thrive in unknowns, says Kai Syng Tan. She and Tom Northey explore examples of ‘Artful Leadership’. The ethics of making ‘challenging’ work Funders are putting BAME artists under increasing pressure to explore sensitive topics from their own lives or communities, but leave them unsupported to deal with the consequences of sharing their stories more widely. Ranjit Khutan calls for a more ethical approach. 1 The Way Forward Preparing for the post-lockdown, post-Covid world? Read here about what everyone else is doing - and beg, borrow and share great ideas with others facing the same challenges as you. Robert Sanderson and Margaret Levin provide a regular round-up of what's new. 2 Surely true equality is when all things are equal. When a white writer can write a story about slavery and be taken seriously, when a... Posted by alaska900 on The ethics of making ‘challenging’ work View comment and reply There s approx. 20% of England s population who can only experience professional live performing arts actually in their own... Posted by JohnL on Time to think the unthinkable View comment and reply All very good points, but masking the true reality that the arts sector structures are based on an incredibly low paid workforce. Self... Posted by xhR-VAM-yUV on Sector fights for the survival of the self employed workforce View comment and reply In fact it s thanks to our amazing volunteers, Robert Sanderson and Margaret Levin, who have been helping AP keep the show on the road... Posted by liz_hill on The Way Forward View comment and reply I m sorry that our response wasn t clearer. We have negotiated payments with all the artists and creatives involved in our... Posted by paulkaynes on Union speaks out on recompense for artists whose work is streamed View comment and reply Interesting, but I do need to query the sentence survival for artists has meant working for incrementally lower fees, in real terms,... Posted by markabo on Organisations are paralysed, but the musicians play on View comment and reply Not merely from personal experience but also professionally as a curator of the visual arts at an arts university, I promoted and... Posted by C M Kapteijn on Paradigm shift: why the arts need to rethink what matters View comment and reply

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