The kids are alright: newly opened Young V&A aims to be an evolutionary museum for children
Three years in the making, the new satellite of the Victoria and Albert museum has been created “with, not for” its audience—and could now act as a template for other museums.
As Israel is rocked by protests, a West Bank cultural centre seeks to 'represent the Palestinian struggle'
The artistic institution Dar Jacir was established by the Bethlehem-born artist Emily Jacir to give creatives from Palestine an outlet
Do you really need a degree to secure a low paid job in a UK museum?
"Keyboard warriors" are calling out unfair recruitment practices at cultural institutions
Museum of London report reveals museum class divides
The new study explores the labour conditions of London’s lower-income workers during the pandemic
Planning an art pilgrimage in 2023? The best cities to visit for groundbreaking exhibitions this year
Is the UK National Trust influenced by a campaign group funded by lobbyists?
Restore Trust presents itself as a grassroots organisation of National Trust members. But senior lawyers are claiming it is funded by powerful, hidden sources
Do UK museums ignore violence against women?
Despite the availability of work by high-profile artists, leading institutions are reticent about confronting a pressing issue
Abbas Zahedi: Meet the former doctor and MC who is this year’s Frieze Artist Award winner
Zahedi’s radical practice blends the transcendental qualities of sound, space and people coming together
The global mental health crisis: Wellcome Trust launches international science and art project to help people cope
Mindscape initiative is a programme of residencies and exhibitions in museums across the world that explore psychological wellbeing post-pandemic
British art magazine Elephant to fold after publisher pulls funding
The magazine and digital platform, founded in 2009, often led critical art debates on race, sex, class and gender, but will now close if a new owner is not found
How can live art be held in museum collections? Tate conference to share its conclusions
An online conference backed by a research project will explore how institutions can care for time-based, live and organic art
The UK's cost of living crisis has hit its museums and heritage sites—and the worst might still be to come
Economic instability and rising energy prices threaten many institutions, while emergency funding made available during the pandemic is no longer accessible
People with disabilities are the world’s largest minority, but disabled artists remain underrepresented in European museums. Is that about to change?
Projects on disability still remain peripheral in institutional programming—and the pandemic threatens what progress has been made