Tag Archives: Museums

ARTiSTORY launches its 2023 creatives to a global audience

ARTiSTORY has revealed its 2023 Spring Summer global arts and cultural trends and themes to licensees, retailers and DTC brands across the world. The online global event on 6 April 2022 presented new collections inspired by trend research and the wealth of artists and artefacts in the archives of ARTiSTORY’s …

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ARTiSTORY launches artist collaborations programme

Art and cultural IP specialist ARTiSTORY has taken the next step in its licensing model by launching its artist collaborations programme. The partnerships with living artists will see three-way co-branding between brands, artists and museums and gives established and emerging artists the chance to draw inspiration from the rich cultural …

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ARTiSTORY to celebrate its first birthday at Brand Licensing Europe

Exhibiting for the first time at BLE, licensing agency ARTiSTORY will be marking its first anniversary at the event. The company was established last year in the middle of the global pandemic by licensing entrepreneurs Yizan He and Natasha Dyson, with support from Sinofaith IP Investment Company (SIPIC). Twelve months on, …

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Heritage Month | Modern history: The Cartoon Museum and the role of museums in a post-pandemic world

There’s no question that the pandemic had a huge and still reverberating impact on the country’s cultural and heritage sector, forcing shut the doors of establishments across the UK, and applying a financial squeeze on an industry largely dependent on footfall and wallets of the nation’s leisure and tourism market. …

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Spring budget | Retail restart support, extended furlough, and £300m more for the Culture Recovery Fund

A restart programme to support retailers reopening next month and a £300 million culture recovery fund have been announced in a budget described as the Government’s “use of the full fiscal firepower of the country,” by Chancellor Rishi Sunak this afternoon. Among the first issues addressed by Sunak as he …

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