Latest posts tagged as arts

Peter Knott, our Midlands Area Director, blogs about the impact of Lincolnshire based SO Festival, and says goodbye to arts and culture champion Doreen Stephenson.

Do you remember the last conversation you had with someone about a place they love and why?

Peter Knott on 11 May 2015

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.

Darren Henley on 27 Apr 2015

As we announce our National portfolio of regularly funded organisations for the next three years, Theatre Relationship Manager Stephen Freeman blogs about his work at the Arts Council, and how it helps support theatre companies within the portfolio and beyond.

Stephen Freeman on 30 Mar 2015

Michelle Dickson, Arts Council England’s Director for Touring and Yorkshire, blogs about the refreshed guidance for the Strategic Touring Programme.

Michelle Dickson on 20 Mar 2015

Dr Matthew Tanner, Chief Executive of ss Great Britain Trust and Brunel Institute in Bristol, and Chairman of the Association of Independent Museums (AIM), blogs about the recently published report of the economic impact of museums in England.

Matthew Tanner on 18 Mar 2015

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

Ian Rimington on 17 Mar 2015

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.

Clare Titley on 9 Mar 2015

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