Innovative Sheffield Project will give free event tickets to thousands
There's a story almost every every month about the creation and preservation of creative spaces, inspiring design and new homes for arts and culture across sectors.
In March 2019, the English National Ballet will move to a new home on London City Island in Canning Town. We'll have more on this forward-thinking and innovative space next month, but it is just one example of creative and cultural organisations requiring, finding and securing new space.
The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has completed the final phase of an £80 millon transformation.
The 15-year redevelopment project was completed with the opening of three new galleries displaying more than 1,300 objects exploring the cultural heritage of ancient Egypt and East Asia and the diversity of ceramics.
British Council has now appointed Jean Cameron as Creative Director for UK/Italy Season 2020, starting in February 2019. Jean will work with British Council teams in UK and Italy, as well as directly with the UK cultural sector to create a high-impact, cost-effective season of UK cultural activity in Italy in autumn 2020.
SPARE PARTS, from 28 February to 12 May, is the second exhibition season from the new Science Gallery London at King’s College London in London Bridge. The free exhibition and accompanying events programme will explore the art, science, ethics and technology that enables human repair and alteration.
A new museum in East London, a unique partnership between the V&A and the Smithsonian Institution, will provide a purpose-built home for 250,000 objects and an additional 917 archives.
The V&A East project will create two interconnected sites in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, a brand-new museum at Stratford Waterfront, and a new collection and research centre at Here East.
China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors brought in £78m to Liverpool's economy between 7 February and 28 October during its exhibition at the World Museum Liverpool. The exhibition was a highlight of the Liverpool 2018 cultural programme.
More than 600,000 people saw the exhibition, more than any other ticketed show in the UK during 2017. The exhibition features terracotta warrior sculptures, unearthed in 1974 after around 2,000 years of remaining undiscovered, which were "guarding" the tomb of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.