Report Launch: Visual Arts at the heart of building back
On Monday 14 December, the Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN), of which we are part, along with the UK think-tank Policy Connect, and the All Party Parliamentary Group for Design & Innovation launched a report outlining key recommendations for the Visual Art sector beyond COVID-19.
Emily Warner: Quit
This work has been made by Emily Warner as part of an Engine Micro Bursary she was recently awarded. The Bursaries are intended to share how artists are responding to the unprecedented circumstances of the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Shropshire Council emergency arts grants 2020
In response to the current crisis Shropshire Council have provided emergency grant funding to 23 arts organisations, venues and festivals in the county. The funding is supporting a huge amount of high-quality arts activity. Over the next six months, communities from across Shropshire will have the opportunity to get involved in a range of exciting online and digital arts activities. It’s estimated that over 23,000 people will benefit, as either participants or audience members.