Heydays is an award winning arts programme that offers weekly creative sessions for older people.
Nicky Taylor of the West Yorkshire Playhouse shares some secrets behind the success of the programme, which attracts over 300 people every week
Photo by Chris Thornton.
Our Director for Policy and Research, Richard Russell, blogs about how we assess quality at the Arts Council. Could you be part of our assessment team in the future?
Four ideas to support regional museums, from our Director of Museums, John Orna-Ornstein
Photos © Jill Jennings / Wakefield Museum, courtesy of Wakefield Council
Jill Constantine, Head of Arts Council Collection, tells us why this is the most exciting year to be involved with ‘the nation’s art lending library’.
Henry Moore: Head of a King, 1952-1953. Part of the Arts Council Collection at Southbank Centre, London. Photo © Arts Council England.
Darren Henley invites you to join in our call for #libraryletters
Althea Efunshile, our Deputy Chief Executive, writes on the launch of our new grant management system, and what it means for applicants.
Laura Gander-Howe, the Arts Council's Director of Children, Young People and Learning, digests recent news from two famous Davids.
Jonathon Blackburn, from our Policy and Research team, blogs about a new survey we’re investing in to understand more about people’s involvement in arts and culture across England.
With their festive season in full swing, Opera North’s General Director Richard Mantle discusses why #culturematters at Christmas.
Christmas at Twilight, The Howard Assembly Room, December 2014. Photo © Johnny Walton / Opera North.
With another year of sold-out festivities well underway, Black Country Living Museum’s Director of Communications & Marketing, Laura Wakelin, discusses why #culturematters at Christmas.