Ian Rimington, one of our London Relationship Managers for Theatre, blogs about the report we've just published from Julie's Bicycle...
Contact, Manchester. Credit: Contact and Julie's Bicycle
Clare Titley, Director for Philanthropy and South West at the Arts Council, blogs about the report we've published today on our Catalyst programme.
Today we’ve published the first evaluation report on tiers 2 and 3 of the Catalyst programme. It’s clear that there’s lots of useful learning to share and that now seems like exactly the right time to do so, considering the wider changes in the culture of fundraising and giving in our sector.
To mark World Book Day 2015, we sat down with Antonia Byatt, our Director for Literature, and asked her some questions about what literature means to her. Take a look.
Our Director of Museums, John Orna-Ornstein, blogs about the work about one of this country's extraordinary curators and the impact of our Museum resilience fund.
Our Acting Chief Executive, Althea Efunshile, gives her response to the 50th anniversary of Jennie Lee's white paper on arts funding.
Fleeting Moments. Credit: Simon Richardson
To mark National Libraries Day (Saturday 7 February), our Director of Libraries, Brian Ashley, blogs about his career in libraries and what they mean to him.
Nottingham Central Library
The little things make a difference.
John Orna-Ornstein, our Director of Museums, blogs about the future of local authority funded museums.
Last year we commissioned a research study, from economists Daniel Fujiwara and George MacKerron, examining how different arts and cultural institutions affect levels of happiness. Richard Russell, our Director of Policy and Research, blogs about the results, which we've just published.
Our departing Chief Executive Alan Davey blogs for us for the last time.
Swallows and Amazons - Bristol Old Vic. Credit: Simon Annand
I’m told I have a last opportunity to say anything I want, to get it off my chest. To say the words I want to leave ringing in the air as I leave the Arts Council.