Brexit: arts will suffer without freedom of movement, say Lords
The UK’s thriving cultural industries may suffer by struggling to attract skilled talent from abroad if freedom of movement is restricted after Brexit, a House of Lords committee has warned – via The Guardian.
Brexit: EU cancels Britain’s hosting of European capital of culture
A report from The Independent detailing the EU’s decision to prevent Britain’s participation in European Capital of Culture after Brexit.
Arts Council boss vows more funding for those at early stages of career
More artists, writers and composers at an early stage of their careers should get public money from Arts Council England, the body’s chairman, Sir Nicholas Serota, has said. ACE will publish its 10-year strategy for the arts next month outlining its strategic visions and goals. It replaces its previous strategy, Great Art and Culture for Everyone, which covered the years 2010-20. – via The Guardian