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Since 1989, a-n has tracked fees and payments offered to artists for art services in the form of residencies and educational workshops.
A 'Right to Art' is enshrined in the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. But what does it mean in the contemporary world?
If you've always wondered what it's like, but been scared to give it a try, these beginner's guides are here to help you.
Sarah Owen-Vandersluis critically examines approaches to cultural policy within the global economy.
John O'Hagan's succinct backgrounder to arts tax concessions: from in Ruth Towse’s edited 'A Handbook of Cultural Economics', which has generously been made available online.
This report (in 4 parts) was undertaken as a New Audiences scoping study for Arts Council England to recommend a suggested programme of further activities and research, designed to enable disabled artists to choose, utilise and adopt new technologies.