The new report finds a lack of minority members in top posts, and of workers with disabilities overall, among the staff of cultural organizations.
In January, many were surprised to find that BP’s controversial sponsorship of Tate Britain represented a relatively small slice of its overall funding.
One month after the big news that London’s National Gallery now allows visitors to take photographs, the head of Arts Council England has proposed that museums institute a special hour every day when picture-taking is banned.
We’ve written before about the plague of unpaid internships in the art world, so we were super excited to see that Arts Council England is launching a £15 million ($24 million) program to help pay arts and culture interns across the UK. Called the Creative Employment Programme, the project will support up to 6,500 apprenticeships, pre-apprenticeships, and paid internships in the arts for 16-to-24-year-olds.