Our Director for Philanthropy and the South West, Clare Titley, invites arts and culture organisations to join her online for #GivingTuesday next week.
Relationship Manager Ian Rimington reflects on the importance of environmental sustainability and our need to accelerate change.
Grass Men, Bristol Biennial. Photo by Ashley Peevor
Richard Russell, our Director for Policy and Research, blogs about how our Research Grants Programme is demonstrating the value of arts and culture for our nation’s health and wellbeing.
Photograph by Joel C Fildes,Manchester Museum, University of Manchester
John Orna-Ornstein, our Director of Museums, tells us why we have to work harder at diversity in museums.
Photo courtesy of The Trustees of the British Museum
Designer/Inventor Chloe Meineck answers five questions on her award-nominated project ‘Music Memory Box’ and how breaking boundaries between health and well-being and arts and older people has inspired her work.
Photo by Chloe Meineck
Our Director for Philanthropy, Clare Titley, blogs about the latest evaluation report for our Catalyst scheme.
The Sage Gateshead. Photo: David Tiernan
I’ll be honest – I had reservations about the Catalyst scheme when it was first announced in 2012.
Anneliese Slader, Relationship Manager for Dance in the South West, brings us a blog post about her experiences at Youth Dance England’s ‘U.Dance’ in Plymouth this July.
U.Dance 2015 - Theatre Royal Plymouth. Photo by Kevin Clifford
Paul Roberts, Chair of the Nottingham Music Education Hub and a member of the DoE/DCMS Ministerial Board for Cultural Education, blogs about the recently launched Cultural Education Challenge.
In Harmony, Nottingham (photo by Alan Fletcher)
Laura Gander-Howe, the Arts Council's Director of Children, Young People and Learning, discusses the importance of the just-launched Cultural Education Challenge.
Danceroom Spectroscopy at Watershed Bristol. Photo by Paul Blakemore.
Comprising of over 7,500 works by over 2,000 artists, the Arts Council Collection is one of the largest loan collections of contemporary British art in the UK. Peter Heslip, our Director of Visual Arts, talks about the significance of the Collection ahead of its 70th birthday in 2016.