Art school shake up: London's Courtauld Institute to offer Modern and contemporary African art degrees
New Tate curator calls the development "a bold decision" in a "burgeoning field"
Brooklyn project waives court appearances for lawbreakers who agree to take art classes
District attorney says the initiative, which applies to minor nonviolent misdemeanors, promotes "human dignity"
Politics requires a science degree? Why Boris Johnson's chief strategist is wrong about arts education
“If you are interested in politics you will be far better off if you study maths or physics,” writes aide Dominic Cummings in his blog
NewsRoyal College of Art
Despite Brexit, applications from EU up 12% at London's Royal College of Art
Art and design institution announces five-year plan centred on $108m Battersea base
US museums are too white, and this paid internship programme hopes to change that
Ten museums across America will participate in an inaugural project launched by the Association of Art Museum Directors
BlogDiary of an art historian
Tate, WTF is up with you using Wikipedia?
Once an expert authority on Van Dyck, the museum now has nothing more to say about him than a link to an unverified website
The sidelining of arts education in England is seriously out of step with our times
While this year's A-level results show a rapid decline in arts subjects in the UK, countries outside of the West are stepping up teaching of creative subjects