‘I viewed the morning with alarm. The British Museum had lost its charm’
The crisis at the museum raises many questions, including who can take the institution forward from here
'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
'Museums should be safe spaces to explore issues and not used as pawns in political agendas'
The simplification of complex issues is enabled by weak or fearful cultural institutions and and strident self-righteousness
'There is a lot to learn from the rise of South Korea as a crucial arts and cultural hub'
The country recognises the arts as a powerful driver of education and professional identity, a beacon of corporate social responsibility and as a valuable tool of soft power and diplomacy
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
National Gallery renovation plans contested—while Britain appoints new leader uncontested
In the letter for our November issue, editor Alison Cole reflects on the tumultuous times of two London institutions
Art was never Queen Elizabeth II's passion—but her image was truly iconic
“You have to be seen to be believed,” was the Queen’s maxim for her own bold and supremely colourful attire