When Sandra Shevey interviewed Alfred Hitchcock in a rare 1-2-1 interview 1972 (3 hrs) she queried him about the sexism in `Frenzy`.
2016 has been an exciting year for Sound City.
A survey looking at equality and diversity of Arts Council's National Portfolio Organisations and Major Partner Museums workforces in 2015 and 2016 has been published.
Saul Hay Gallery opened in October 2016 in the beautiful Castlefield area of central Manchester UK.
The Culture Diary kick started a programme of cultural diplomacy, relationship building and export, working with some of our members to create a series of small cultivation events in Paris, France
The 2017 Working Internationally Conference, organised by the UK Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM UK) and National Museum Directors' Council (NMDC), supported by British Cou
Upon the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death and 20 years since the first Harry Potter book was released, 2017 will be VisitBritain's Year of Literary Heroes.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) reports that more than 1,600 people responded to the governments call for evidence in its first review of the museum sector in over a decade.
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Crying Out Loud was founded in 2002 by producer-curator Rachel Clare, supported by a Promoters Award from the Combined Arts Department at Arts Council, London.