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Sustaining Great Art and Culture 2018/19, published today by Arts Council England and Julie’s Bicycle, is the first environmental report to cover the Arts Council’s 2018-22 National Portfolio – which has grown by 20% and includes 184 new organisations that have never reported on their environmental data before.
Sustaining Great Art and Culture 2018/19 is a report published by Arts Council England and climate change charity Julie’s Bicycle, celebrating the successes of arts and cultural organisations in acting on national and international climate targets.
Older people who frequent art galleries and museums, attend the theater and concerts may live longer than those who don’t, a study in England suggests.
Ahead of launching our new strategy for 2020-2030, we're sharing what we heard when we consulted on our draft strategy in summer 2019.
Nesta, the global innovation foundation, is pleased to announce that Ravi Gurumurthy has joined as its new Chief Executive.
Arts organisations will for the first time have to provide data on the socio-economic background of employees as a step towards tackling working class gaps in their workforce.