Hyslop fears for Scottish arts post-Brexit.

The Scottish Government has warned that leaving the EU Single Market will damage Scotland’s culture and creative sectors.

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Culture one of government’s favoured industries

The creative industries are one of five sectors named by Theresa May to receive special support in the government’s new industrial strategy.

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ACE awards £2.3m to touring projects

Arts Council England has awarded £2,378,002 to 15 arts bodies in the latest round of its Strategic Touring Programme. The projects will work with Black and minority ethnic artists and audiences, refugees, disabled people, and low socio-economic areas.

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West calls for arts lobby on Article 50

The National Campaign for the Arts says arts organisations must continue to have access to funding from the Creative Europe programme, or UK arts funding must be increased proportionately to fund the deficit.

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Arts and culture campaign slams decline in arts education

Cultural Learning Alliance launches new report

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Arts still not attracting legacy cash, says report

Arts organisations are still not attracting enough money from wills and other legacies, according to a new report.

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‘Don’t leave arts out of Brexit deal’ May told

The Cultural Industries Federation has warned the prime minister not to ignore the importance of the “soft power” of the fastest growing sector in the UK economy, culture.

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‘Don’t leave arts out of Brexit deal’ May told

The Cultural Industries Federation has warned the prime minister not to ignore the importance of the “soft power” of the fastest growing sector in the UK economy, culture.

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It’s official: Balshaw gets Tate

The Tate has formally announced that Maria Balshaw will take over from Sir Nicholas Serota in June, the gallery’s first woman director.

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Rattle unveils first LSO season

British composers will occupy the first ten days of Sir Simon Rattle’s tenure as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra when he takes over in September.

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