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Tue 24 Apr 2012 @ 19:0010 Apostrophe
Panel debate on the future of arts journalism @ Fountain Room @ Barbican Centre - Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS

With public funding cuts creating a difficult environment for arts organisations, strong coverage of the arts in the media is more important than ever. Yet newspapers and magazines themselves face an uncertain future with the internet undermining traditional revenue models. How important is it that arts journalism survives and thrives? What does the future for arts journalism look like? 

YPIA has brought together a stellar panel of arts journalists to discuss the issues facing quality arts journalism, including: Neil Fisher, deputy arts editor of The Times (Charlotte Higgins unfortunately had to withdraw); Martin Cullingford, editor of Gramophone magazine; Ismene Brown, dance critic and co-founder of The Arts Desk, the online arts daily; and Nancy Groves, freelance arts journalist and editor of the Guardian's Culture Professionals Network.

As always, there will be drinks after the event at the Barbican bar.

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