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16 Oct

Big Lottery Fund to open new £15m digital fund eBay to donate up to £150k to charity with 24-hour 'Give Day' England’s national arts funder is considering introducing a series of ‘micro grants’ to fund arts activity via a more streamlined process. Government to launch £200m youth fund to tackle violent crime by Neil Puffett

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The Director of HOME hopes to make Manchester a ‘sticky city’ and to collaborate with Mayor Andy Burnham on integrating culture into healthcare, housing and transport agendas

7 Jun

Manchester City Council has appointed Dave Moutrey, Director and Chief Executive of HOME, as its new Director of Culture.

Read the full article: The Director of HOME hopes to make Manchester a ‘sticky city’ and to collaborate with Mayor Andy Burnham on integrating culture into healthcare, housing and transport agendas

Sara Whybrew explores the impact that the new T Level qualifications – an alternative to apprenticeships or A Levels – may have on the arts sector.

29 May

At Creative & Cultural Skills we believe that growth in our sector can’t really happen unless people are trained and skilled for the jobs that actually need doing.

Read the full article: Sara Whybrew explores the impact that the new T Level qualifications – an alternative to apprenticeships or A Levels – may have on the arts sector.

To improve the diversity of the workforce, arts organisations need to employ more young people from low-income backgrounds. Kate Danielson shares tips for adjusting recruitment practices to do just that.

29 May

Della Hill, recruited as Development and Communications Officer: 'I had a lot more to offer than the skillset on my CV' Photo: Outroslide Photography

Read the full article: To improve the diversity of the workforce, arts organisations need to employ more young people from low-income backgrounds. Kate Danielson shares tips for adjusting recruitment practices to do just that.

To improve the diversity of the workforce, arts organisations need to employ more young people from low-income backgrounds. Kate Danielson shares tips for adjusting recruitment practices to do just that.

11 May

For the last eight years, the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary Programme has been helping arts employers fund meaningful, entry-level placements for low-income graduates, whose talents are nurtured and who are paid a salary approved by the Living Wage Foundation.

Read the full article: To improve the diversity of the workforce, arts organisations need to employ more young people from low-income backgrounds. Kate Danielson shares tips for adjusting recruitment practices to do just that.