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Public value debate

Arts Council England’s scheme to offer all interested parties the opportunity to make their views known on the issue of the public value of the arts.

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Destinations tracked

The Culturgen project is set to establish the destinations and careers of fine art graduates from Nottingham Trent School of Art (NTSAD).

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Strategic developments

As part of implementing the restructuring of Arts Council England’s national office, Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford has been appointed as Executive Director, Arts Strategy.

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New ACE launched

It is great that a-n is asking artists and organisations what they think of the recent structural changes at Arts Council England.

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New ACE launched

In October, after a six-month review period, Arts Council England issued news of the new structure that is designed to create “a more focused, streamlined and effective organisation that is better able to provide national leadership and planning, build new partnerships and make a stronger case for the art”.

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Turning point

The launch of Arts Council England’s new strategy for contemporary visual arts heralds the sector’s prioritisation by ACE.

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Faith and the arts

Arts Council England and its partners are launching a new website, Faith and the Arts, which explores the relationship between religion and culture, a subject of much debate as reflected in recent high profile events.

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Potential for growth

The first ever study of the craft market to be undertaken in England has identified a thriving craft market worth an estimated £883 million, with further potential to grow by sixty-three per cent.

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ACE review reviewed

Arts Council England’s 2005 annual review shows a mixed picture of efficiency savings countered by increases in costs elsewhere.

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EMACA response

Laura Dyer, Executive Director of the Arts Council England East Midlands region, responds to last month’s open letter from EMACA.

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There’s gold in dem der hills

With Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts scheme back after a summer break, a-n engaged a team of experienced prospectors to share their top tips on making successful funding applications. Rosemary Shirley reports.

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Making an application

A few points on making an application to Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts scheme. One key difficulty is contacting your local Arts Council England (ACE) arts officer. All too frequently emails or calls are not returned and this […]

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International news

The rapid ongoing abrogation of boundaries and fusions in art, technology and society are the focal point for the 2005 Ars Electronica Festival. Held in Linz, Austria, 1-6 September, it comprises a fascinating mixture of events, conferences, symposia, exhibitions and […]

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Arts funding shake up

Following on the tail of proposals in Scotland and Wales that would drastically curtail the powers of the arts councils there comes news of a review in Northern Ireland. Under threat is the UK’s ‘arm’s length’ principle of arts funding […]

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Presentation under review

The first meeting of an Advisory group to steer Arts Council England's major review of the Presentation of Contemporary Visual Arts took place in April. The review intends to make the case for increasing funds for visual arts in the […]

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Grants for the arts

Also under the microscope has been Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts programme. This has been dubbed in Annabel Jackson Associates’ evaluation of the 2003/04 scheme as “a brave and radical initiative that has transformed grant making [but that […]

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Public works

Four artists won £5,000 each for their proposals for art in public places projects in the 2005 Art Plus Awards. A joint scheme between Arts Council England, South East and the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) designed to encourage […]

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Funding strategies

Arts Council England cuts clients whilst remaining “brave and radical”.

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Market for sales explored

Extensive research last year by Morris Hargreaves McIntyre revealed an extensive but as yet untapped market for art sales in England. However, by exploring notions of who and what ‘legitimises’ contemporary visual arts, Taste buds: how to cultivate the art […]

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Fellowships awarded

Hayley Newman was awarded this year’s Arts Council England Helen Chadwick Fellowship. Established by the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art and the British School at Rome, it is intended to assist significant artists develop their careers and make […]

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Editorial – 2003 August

At the recent Creating Places conference, Peter Hewitt spoke of Arts Council England’s support for “the infrastructure which allows artists and their creativity to thrive”. He spoke directly about the positive contribution collective studios in the major conurbations are making […]

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User friendly

Helen Parrott considers the possibilities offered and some of the questions raised by the recent changes to arts funding systems in England and impending changes in Scotland.

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Grants live

Arts Council England (spot the subtle difference in the title) has recently launched its new unified grants scheme for England. This offers support for individuals, arts organisations, national touring and other people who use the arts in their work for […]

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