Local libraries are coming to the aid of those seeking work during the Covid-19 crisis, according to new figures from Arts Council England.
The British Museum has removed the bust of its founder Sir Hans Sloane from its prominent place in the main entrance because of his connections to slavery.
The experiences of Covid-19 patients are to be the subject of a special exhibition, based on oral testimony.
From a child’s slide in an inner London housing estate to a memorial garden to John F Kennedy, Historic England has listed our 20 best landscaped spaces, revealed today.
York’s three major museums and galleries may have to close in January without more cash from the council.
Arts Council England’s first deadline for applications to the £500m Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, parts of the government’s £1.57bn arts rescue package, is this Friday, August 21.
The British Library is to extend its reopening on September 1 with an exhibition about the history, culture and traditions of the Jewish people.
Birmingham Rep’s associate director Steve Ball is to walk 116 miles from the theatre to London’s West End to support the company’s work with young people.
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual show returns after being postponed by Covid-19, with winners announced online on the opening day, September 16.
The government has announced that as of tomorrow, August 15, live performances that observe strict social distancing can return indoors., but it was met with a cautious response.