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Edinburgh’s arts and cultural festivals have lobbied ministers to introduce a more flexible visa system, fearing European artists could be barred from entering the UK after Brexit.
A new report from the British Library, commissioned by Arts Council England and the Carnegie UK Trust, has set out five possible options for digital transformation for UK public libraries.
This report considers the rationale for how digital transformation could support for public libraries in the United Kingdom. It forms the next phase in a sequence of reports and roundtable conversations about how the idea of a “single digital presence” (a term coined by William Sieghart) proposition could support the public library sector.
A scheme intended to give every primary school child in the UK access to at least five cultural experiences each year is to begin piloting this September.
A network has been set up to support migrants working in the arts, and will aim to tackle issues including “discrimination, tokenism and racial profiling”.
Rebecca Pow has been appointed culture minister, following a reshuffle that saw Michael Ellis leave the job for a position in the transport department.