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Survey finds touring exhibitions do not make a profit

6th May 2016 15:05

According to new market research by the Touring Exhibitions Group, public organisations who tour their exhibitions around venues in the United Kingdom do not make a profit. Entitled The Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey Report, the market researchers… Read more...

Stoke-on-Trent is the worst affected English cities for library closures

8th April 2016 17:40

According to a new national survey by the BBC, Stoke-on-Trent has been one of the worst affected cities in England when it comes to library closures. The findings of the survey revealed that more than 200 paid jobs have been cut from Stoke-on-Trent’s… Read more...

Survey reveals arts dominated by the middle class

4th March 2016 15:32

According to a recent survey into gender and ethnicity’s influence on arts careers, the United Kingdom’s creative industries are predominantly made up of middle class individuals. The market research findings influenced key figures to voice their… Read more...

Museums run by councils hit by cuts to public funding, survey finds

28th January 2016 10:31

According to a recent survey, cuts to public funding have affected all museums; however, those run by the council have been impacted the most. Conducted by the Museums Association, The Cuts Survey 2015 discovered that there has been a 2 per cent fall in total… Read more...

Survey reveals the extent of library closure during 2014 and 2015

4th January 2016 11:29

A recent survey has revealed the extent of library closure during 2014 and 2015, with the findings revealing that the number of libraries open decreased by 2.6 per cent in 2014, from 4,023 to 3,917. Released by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and… Read more...

Survey finds more atheist people believe there is a conflict between faith, science

19th November 2015 17:15

A recent survey of American people has discovered that more religious people in the United States do not see anything within their religion which conflicts with science, as opposed to atheist people who draw similarities between the two. The survey findings… Read more...

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