Our Chair Sir Peter Bazalgette blogs about the future of the Creative Industries in England.
Image: World Famous, SO Festival
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 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.
It’s my first day at Arts Council England and I would like to use the first of...
The ‘Principles into practice’ event on 20 February was part of the Arts Council’s on-going quality conversation about arts and culture relating...
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...
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...
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