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The Mayor of London has called on property developers and local authorities to engage more with arts leaders, in a bid to ensure that London’s cultural scene continues to thrive.
Arts Council England urged this week all those working in the arts and education industries to work together in offering a consistent cultural education for all children and young people.
Selina Nwulu named as Young Poet Laureate for London 2015 – 2016. The Young Poet Laureate for London role will offer Selina the opportunity to work across London’s diverse communities, bringing untold tales to the fore.
Theatres and performing arts organisations are markedly less ethnically diverse than other creative industries, a new report from Creative Diversity claims.
A new survey, published this week in the Guardian and developed by the arts organisation Create, in collaboration with Goldsmiths, University of London, the London School of Economics and the University of Sheffield, aims to understand diversity in the sector.
Arts Award celebrates their 10th year anniversary next month. Take part and join the celebration!
Barnet Council has given the go-ahead for a state-of-the-art youth zone to be built, the second to be earmarked for the capital in the space of two months.
The prime minister is launching a further 18 of the state-funded schools, set up by academy trusts, community groups, parents and teachers.