"People in the arts are fuelled by a sense of a purpose"
Artistic Director at Southbank Centre, Jude Kelly, talks about the biggest achievements of her career in theatre and arts. She also ponders on the importance of creative mentoring and leadership skills.
Britain's galleries may charge for entry again
Pupils handed free tickets for theatre
'We will make careers advice a priority'
Chief inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has given the strongest indication yet that schools' careers provision could be formally inspected as part of Ofsted's framework from September.
What happened to arts students when the fees went up?
10 things about being an artist that art teachers don't tell you
A fresh and new perspective from an arts student about work, life and leisure in the creative industry.
All eyes on us
A New Direction presents a photographic exhibition that follows the journey of four disabled people in the run up, performance and aftermath of the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Paralympic Game. Read more here
Creative writing to be offered at A-level
Aspiring authors, playwrights and poets are going to be offered an A-level in creative writing, which is claimed to be the first of its kind in the UK. Read here
London's small theatres
What challenges are London's small theatres facing and is there more the Mayor and Greater London Authority could do to help them? Share your views, experiences and ideas here
'Phenomenal' 2012 for Shakespeare's Globe
According to its latest annual review released this week, in 2012 Shakespeare's Globe had the most numbers attending one season since it opened in 1997.
Opportunity: Right Futures
Calling young people aged 16-19 looking to kick-start a career in music, design, film or another creative role.
Youth Entrepreneur's Conference - Do you have a business idea?
Calling young people with a business idea or a new business keen to start-up their own business. Details here