Golding, A. (2015) Female theatre directors in the UK: Why the need to "prove ourselves"? London: Clore Leadership Programme. This is a provocation paper that explores the roots of confidence (or lack of it) among female theatre directors in the UK.
This portfolio displays the inspiring projects and organisations supported through the Arts Impact Fund, which experiments with social impact investment to the arts and cultural sector in England using unsecured loans.
Nordicity (2016) The Arts in a digital world- Literature review. Ottawa: Canada Council for the Arts. This Literature Review explores how artists and arts-related organisations in Canada and around the world have adapted to the digital era while also influencing it.
DCMS (2018) Culture is digital. London: UK Government. This policy a paper sets out a vision for digital culture in UK. It focuses on the UK’s creative and technological capacity and builds on Government’s digital and industrial strategy.
Council of Europe/ERICarts (eds.) Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe. 16th ed. Amsterdam: CCPT. Data on public expenditure on culture based on reports of the national experts of the Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends.
Powell, J. et al (2016) The Brexit Report. London: Creative Industries Federation. The Brexit Report is looking into the impact of leaving the EU on the UK’s art and creative industries and cultural education and looks for possible answers.
Balmas, S. and Pattuzzi, L. (2018) Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy. Amsterdam: European Cultural Foundation. This is the first ever study gathering and analysing data on the topic of philanthropy at a European level. It was initiated by European Cultural Foundation.
Canadian Arts Coalition (2018) Gender Parity in the Canadian Arts sector and the Barriers to Women’s Leadership. Canadian Arts Coalition. This policy paper was written by The Canadian Arts Coalition, a collaborative non-partisan movement spearheaded by a group of national arts service and membership organizations, with a volunteer Steering Committee comprised of artists and arts administrators.
Statistics about women artists in the art world report aims to give some indication of changes in women artists' involvement in the art world and their hierarchical distribution across its institutions.