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The journal Cultural Trends has announced a call for papers for an inaugural conference Challenging myths, researching reality – The role of evidence in the cultural sector for the northern hemisphere Autumn 2007.
Arts Council England is seeking a Director of Music to join the newly formed Arts Strategy leadership team.
Newly-appointed secretary of State for Culture James Purnell has made his first substantive speech calling for a change in statistical “targets” in the arts: “Targets were probably necessary in 1997 [when Labour came to power], to force a change of direction in some parts of the arts world. But now, we risk idolising them.” He has appointed Sir Brian McMaster, a member of Arts Council England, to advise on “how we can remove crude targets”.
The Department for Culture Media and Sport commissioned Frontier Economics to explore the feasibility of conducting a study on the economic impact of live music on local areas.
The Impacts08 cultural sustainability project is looking to fill positions for a full time Research Fellow and a PhD studentship.
Lottery money for major heritage projects in Britain is set to fall to £20m a year, down from £80m last year.