The Mayor of London has released the Cultural Infrastructure Plan, the first for the capital, which seeks to safeguard and grow creative spaces in the city.
VisitBritain's latest campaign activity is encouraging young people to take more breaks at home to help boost British domestic tourism.
William Fowler, curator of Artists' Moving Image at the British Film Institute, was invited to China to give a series of talks on the BFI/LUX This is Now touring programme.
The DCMS Committee has published a new report on live music in the UK with key points including the need for further investment and a review of business rates to help struggling venues.
A partnership between British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland has led to £138,000 of funding going to 16 organisations after an open call for projects linked to European partners.
Arts Council England and the Centre for Towns are collaborating on a project to find out more about cultural infrastructure and engagement in towns across England.
The Roundhouse's annual Resident Artists Programme is open for applications, with the aim to develop outstanding emerging artists between 18 and 25 years old in music, performing arts and circus p
National Theatre Wales (NTW) is looking for up to 13 "adventurous and collaborative" artists for a two-week residency on climate change to kick start fresh artistic responses to the "most urgent i
“I believe we feel safest when we go inside ourselves and find home, a place where we belong and maybe the only place where we really do”