Following Tuesday’s NPO announcement by Arts Council England, we’ve been looking at the figures to get a clearer picture of who’s gained and who’s lost out.
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Now that we’ve had the headlines about the 2015-18 organisations joining Arts Council England’s portfolio of regularly funded, I’m quite interested in what the stats didn’t directly tell us. What organisations applied that weren’t successful? These could be organisations funded in […]
Arts Council England has announced the 670 organisations that will make up its new National Portfolio of regularly-funded organisations. Included are some new additions, while 58 organisations leave the portfolio entirely.
The leader of one of England’s National Portfolio Organisations speaks out about transparency, whistle blowing, the curse of arts buildings, and why artists feel disenfranchised from the arts funding system.
Stoke has one of England’s lowest levels of participation in the arts, something which Appetite, part of Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme, is aiming to improve with three years of events and performances. We report from the north Staffordshire city.
More support will be directed to the arts outside London but the Culture Minister rejects claims of a regional funding crisis. Liz Hill reports.
The recent AD:uk/NCVO conference, Public Services: The Value of Cultural Commissioning, asked important questions about public sector commissioning of artists and arts organisations. Chris Bailey reports from Doncaster and adds a few questions of his own.
Arts Council England has announced that £180m of Lottery funds will be used for the core funding of NPOs involved in touring or working with children and young people.
Three more museums and galleries will create “long term visible homes for the Collection” and develop supporting digital activity to maximise its reach.
Fundamentally questions the Arts Council’s stewardship of the National Lottery funds, which are provided for different purposes and for far wider public benefit than ACE’s Treasury grant.
Independently researched and evidence based report addressing the balance of arts funding between London and the rest of England.
Transcript of lecture given at the RSA on 20th March 2013.
After a difficult year following the withdrawal of ACE revenue funding, Manchester’s art community shows its support as Castlefield Gallery relaunches.
As Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery relaunches with a renewed vigour for artist development, its director shares the lessons learnt over a challenging and rewarding year-and-a-half.
Builds on the case for diversity as culturally productive for artists, audiences and communities, and positions diversity as a way to increase the adaptive resilience of organisations, making them less vulnerable to unexpected change.
A recent awardee of Arts Council England’s Grants For The Arts program, I am participating in a 2 month residency investigating post-colonialism and the uncanny body in Saint Louis, Senegal. With additional support from WAAW Centre for Art, this blog […]
A review of research and literature to inform the Arts Council’s 10 year strategic framework.
Commissioned by ACE, the Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy researched how well the Grants for the Arts programme was meeting its stated objectives in 2010.
Visual Arts and Galleries response to the Arts Council proposal to institute peer reviews and self assessment.
Maps opportunities and barriers facing the African, Caribbean and Asian visual arts sector.
DCMS commissioned review of the system of public sector funding for the arts and how it can encourage excellence, risk-taking and innovation. Examines how artistic excellence can encourage wider and deeper engagement with the arts by audiences.
Summary of process, discussion and conclusions of Arts Council England’s Arts Debate programme from 2006.
Independent sectoral review of the visual arts commissioned by Arts Council England.
Stephen Foster, director of John Hansard Gallery, critiques the leadership role and explains how project funding leads to a loss of distinctiveness in the nations’ public galleries.
Draws together the regional and national evaluations of the 2000 – 2001 ACE sponsored Year of the Artist, which commissioned 1000 artist residencies.