Tag Archives: arts_funding

The funding pit and the pendulum – arts and heritage funding report released

The Culture, Media and Sports committee have released a report on funding of arts and heritage which is fairly damning. It opens: Arts and heritage in Britain are among our greatest assets. They bring great cultural and economic benefits and everybody should have access to them. The report calls for the Arts Council for England […]

Weeknotes: Arts funding, Open Correspondence

I’ve been doing some updating this week rather than anything new. I was going to spend time trying to complete the places section of the Open Correspondence website. It needs some tidying up as the endpoint has had some changes made to it. I did come across an issue which has implications in exposing other […]

Providing an arts funding platform

A brief post but I saw this article in the print version of the Observer on All Visual Arts (AVA) this morning on a the (re)rise of private arts funding. It set me thinking. Given the supposed interest in buying arts from those who are not billionaires, could micro-funding model be applied to the arts […]