It turns out that search engines like Google have something to teach us about saving arts and culture funding. Hannah Leverett, Digital & Marketing Officer in our national communications team, explains...
Are you stuck in a 'filter bubble'? Photo by russavia, licensed by CC 2.0.
A significant portion of England’s population lives in rural areas, where access to the arts is often limited. Michelle Dickson, our Director for Touring and Yorkshire, reflects on how to bring the work to the people.
Chief Executive Darren Henley blogs about his first 100 days.
Darren speaking at the British Library. Photo: Tom Pilston
It’s exactly 100 days since I joined Arts Council England as Chief Executive, so I’m taking the opportunity to reflect back on some of what I’ve learned since I took up my new job back towards the end of April.
Brian Ashley, our Director of Libraries, blogs about how our new WiFi in Libraries programme aims to produce more equitable access to knowledge , where people are free to explore that knowledge with others or together; and the exciting potential of what might happen next.
Jessica Hilton has spent the past year based at Hull Truck Theatre as part of the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Fellowship scheme: an Arts Council funded programme which has been so successful over the last two years that we’ve now rolled it out nationally. She blogs about her experiences and the impact it’s had on her career in the arts.