Arts Council England

Libraries Are Still Vital for the Socially Excluded

Natalie Wade | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Politics
Natalie Wade

Like record stores, video rentals and book shops, there can be a commonly-held assumption that libraries are surplus to requirement for a younger digi...

Getting Closer to No Boundaries

Jo Verrent | Posted 28.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Jo Verrent

In 2013 I sat at home to watch the Arts Council of England's State of the Arts Conference online. within 20 minutes - not because of the content but because I couldn't access the content (I'm hearing impaired and need subtitles). This year there were a few changes...

What Have I Learnt From Working With Young People?

Lucie Fitton | Posted 26.08.2012 | Home
Lucie Fitton

When we set out to reinvent our Roman gallery through the eyes of young Londoners we knew we had an interesting journey ahead of us.

The Arts Cuts: It's Personal

Mark Skipper | Posted 25.07.2012 | Home
Mark Skipper

2011/12 was one of the most challenging but hugely satisfying years I can remember during my years at Northern Ballet.

PHOTOS: Olympic Boat 'Made From Hendrix's Guitar' To Set Sail

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.05.2012 | UK

A boat crafted from 1,200 pieces of wood, including fragments from the Mary Rose and Jimi Hendrix's guitar, will be launched today as part of a nation...

Pushing Watershed's Dick Penny into The Space, Arts Council England's New Digital Platform Created in Partnership With the BBC

Jo Verrent | Posted 30.06.2012 | Home
Jo Verrent

It's a good job the café is empty. Dick Penny is animated when excited; his language is loud and rich in profanity. We are discussing arts funding in the UK. There is a lot of swearing going on.

If This is The State of the Arts Then It's Not Access for All

Jo Verrent | Posted 16.04.2012 | Home
Jo Verrent

Arts Council England's State of the Arts Conference had a fantastic Twitter feed yesterday (#SOTA12). Provocative, entertaining, illuminating. Great stuff. Well done. But not enough.