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Survey reveals the extent of library closure during 2014 and 2015

10th December 2015 13:02

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

17th November 2015 12:39

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...


40 per cent don’t believe Jesus was real, survey finds

2nd November 2015 12:21

A culture survey on behalf of the Church of England has suggested that 40 per cent of people do not believe that Jesus was real, with 25 per cent of those aged between 18 and 34 believing that he was a fictional or mythical character. The survey of 4,000… Read more...


Survey finds 7 per cent less spent on museums by local authorities

14th October 2015 15:01

A recent survey by Arts Council England has revealed that the amount of money spent on museums by local authorities has fallen by 7 per cent between 2003-04 and 2013-14. The recently released report revealed that the amount of money spent on wider culture… Read more...


Market research highlights levels of arts participation

2nd October 2015 16:19

Recent analysis of public engagement and participation with the arts, during the two years between 2012 and 2014, has discovered that just over 75 per cent of adults in England engage with or participate in the arts. Despite a high level of participation,… Read more...


Survey reveals why touring partners are important

4th September 2015 11:52

A survey, commissioned by the Touring Exhibitions Group, has revealed that working in partnership with other entities is becoming a vital part of developing touring exhibitions. Interim findings from the Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey 2015 –… Read more...


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