'Non-profit burnout is real': Brooklyn Museum offers funding and specialised training to culture leaders of colour
Eight Brooklyn-based arts non-profits will each receive $25,000 and ten months of workshops and other sessions
Turner Contemporary should stay free, says Tracey Emin as councillor calls for entry charge
The UK county faces pressure to find £86m in savings
Private sector picks up the pieces as UK government cuts art education funding
Royal College of Art vice-chancellor announced as new chair of the British Council
Paul Thompson will have a full in-tray when he takes over, as the organisation has suffered from a significant funding shortfall in recent years, leading to staff strikes
Thangam Debbonaire appointed UK shadow culture secretary
The Labour MP, who has held the position before, campaigned for the removal of Bristol's Edward Colston statue
Can private funds soothe public cuts? Frieze London looks to boost UK arts sector with launch of new awards and initiatives
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the fair has announced a spate of schemes playing matchmaker between philanthropic groups and organisations in need
'The visual arts world needs to be vocal about the impact of funding cuts too'
The performing arts rally support by drawing attention to the state of jeopardy they are in—we could do with taking a leaf out of their book
Philadelphia's historic First Bank building to become museum thanks to $22.2m in federal funding
After being closed to the public for 50 years, the historic institution is getting an interactive update
Special report: Funding cuts and weak economy send UK’s visual arts into crisis
UK's University of East Anglia to cut more than two dozen arts and humanities jobs
As part of its £30m cost-cutting initiative, the university is proposing to reduce staff numbers by a total of 113, a spokesperson says
University of Brighton to close Brighton Contemporary Centre for the Arts citing ongoing fee freeze, ‘soaring energy costs’ and ‘generationally high inflation’
First exhibition in the south coast city for Turner Prize-winner and Brighton resident Helen Cammock has now been cancelled
Agnes Gund's fund to end mass incarceration reveals its final round of grants
The collector and philanthropist's Art for Justice initiative has awarded $125m over the six years it has been active
Artists paid less than £3 an hour for public art commissions, report finds
The Structurally F–cked survey looked at artists' pay and conditions, and found a "culture of low fees, unpaid labour, and systemic exploitation"
Art Explora opens applications for €50,000 cultural project prize
Last year’s winners include the Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla in Spain and Projekt Europa theatre company in the UK
National Endowment for the Humanities awards over $35m in grants
The agency's grants will support a range of arts and heritage initiatives, including major exhibition projects at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, National Building Museum and elsewhere
New York governor proposes 56% cut to state arts funding
Should Kathy Hochul’s state budget for financial year 2024 come to pass, funds for the New York Council for the Arts will be slashed by $61.7m
'A new model for cash-strapped public galleries? How England's Baltic filled its empty halls with Hew Locke's Procession'
To survive this economic crisis, we must build new networks between public and commercial galleries
Scotland pulls out of next year’s Venice Biennale
Citing the present economic situation, the arts body Scotland + Venice has withdrawn from the event—although Scottish arts figures hope the decision will not mark "a full stop"
Artist-built environments and community arts organisations across the US receive $1.5m in grants
The new grants, from Ruth Arts, are being provided to 15 non-profits including the Noah Purifoy Foundation, Doll Museum Forward and the Nancy Graves Foundation
Henry Moore Foundation provides financial lifeline for UK artists during cost of living crisis
Rapid response funding provides "relief" in the face of soaring bills, artists say
Shake-up announced for the UK’s £300m National Lottery Heritage Fund
New builds—inspired by the so-called ‘Bilbao effect’—will now be discouraged as the chair of the organisation, Simon Thurley, outlines a change of priorities in favour of long-term benefits
'Trite discussions about “regions” distract from UK’s fundamental arts funding problems'
Since the 1990s, governments have questioned the "value" of culture but policy is still failing the sector, says author and broadcaster John Kampfner
Helen Frankenthaler Foundation’s $10m climate change initiative to launch new funding round
The foundation will soon begin taking applications for the third cycle of its Frankenthaler Climate Initiative to help art schools and museums become more climate-resilient
'Wealthy collectors should put more money into art schools than auctions to keep the industry alive'
In stark comparison to recent staggering auction-house results, educators are struggling to maintain funding, says our columnist Melanie Gerlis
Arts figures draw a line under Bolsonaro as Lula is sworn in as Brazil's new president
New York’s Department of Cultural Affairs awards $58m in grants to more than 1,000 arts organisations
The 1,070 cultural grant recipients, the first since new municipal reforms to correct for funding biases were introduced, are the largest funding cohort in the department’s history
The last hurrah? Art world excess at Art Basel Miami Beach
Arts Council England's £446m grants: who are the biggest winners and losers?
The announcement signalled a shift of resources away from London, a broader range of venues beyond traditional art museums and an overall reduction in real terms
Now is not the time for culture cuts: England's fragile arts ecosystem needs more, not less, support
While Arts Council England slashed many organisations’ funding, the German government set aside nearly €1bn to help cultural institutions weather the financial storm
'Everyone will be far poorer': England's art organisations respond to 'short-sighted and foolish' national funding cuts
Learning and community outreach programmes under threat as Arts Council England funding shift wreaks deep financial damage on institutions