Our Chair Sir Peter Bazalgette blogs about the future of the Creative Industries in England.
Image: World Famous, SO Festival
It’s seven days since I began my new job at Arts Council England, so I thought that I would take the opportunity to share some thoughts and experiences from my first week as Chief Executive.
I’m very much in learning mode at the moment. As well as meeting the teams based in each of our nine offices around the country, I also wanted to ensure that I took the opportunity to meet some of the people who run the broad range of arts and cultural organisations that are supported by Arts Council England.
Our Director of Museums, John Orna-Ornstein, blogs about how museums are changing the way they relate to the people who visit them.
Tiny Explorers - Image courtesy of Historic Royal Palaces - Hadley Studios
It’s my first day at Arts Council England and I would like to use the first of my regular blogs to introduce myself.
To mark Dementia Awareness Week (18 - 24 May) we’re sharing some stories of how arts projects have given Dementia patients creative outlets that help both patients and their families.
Take a look at the projects – and get involved by sharing your own stories with us on Twitter and visit the Dementia Awareness Week website for more ways to get involved.
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One of Arts Council’s five long term strategic goals is focussed on children and young people. A key priority within this is 'raising the standard...
I've been part of the Arts Council's Working group on Quality of work for, with and by children and young people since its inception 18...
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