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A Plan to Reimagine is a publication detailing a collective vision for a creative future, covering everything from education, to jobs, to investment, to research and development.
The Fundraising Regulator has published advice to provide clarity and reassurance given the huge burden from COVID-19
Working across the arts and culture sector to help organisations to develop their digital skills, find new ways to reach and engage audiences and help develop business models
The Association for Cultural Enterprises – free digital resource to support cultural income generation and equip individuals teams with the skills they need as they prepare to restart business.
Precautions and safety measures for museums and art galleries during the Covid-19 pandemic, based on the experiences of museums in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
Summary of the HMRC Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) including eligibility, timings, and answers around maternity, part-time work, tax and Universal Credit.
ACE – guidance to help decision-makers and leaders over the coming months. It covers how to make decisions fairly, and in line with employment laws, whilst being mindful that COVID-19, and the responses organisations make to it, can affect some people more than others.
This toolkit is for individuals and organisations, and urge for a just and sustainable future through the arts and culture. In the Season for Change Toolkit, you’ll find top tips, case studies and resources to help you get started.
Gov.UK – The latest government guidance on how to apply to get on the list of permit free festivals, including requirements for inclusion, documents needed, and how to submit your application.
This online ducational resourse is great for home learning. Interactive exercises for students to do solo at home or collaboratively online. Includes practical tasks and challenges to spark ideas for theatre making, from the brilliant team behind the short film THE NEON SHADOW.
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