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Resource: A better place to live – how arts and culture investment is improving communities

Resource: A better place to live – how arts and culture investment is improving communities

Arts Council England reports on some great examples of how public investment in arts and culture is making towns better places to live. From creating jobs and supporting education to boosting tourism and making weekends fun, public investment in art and culture benefits the local economy and the community. Find out more at https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/art-culture-and-economy/better-place-live-how-arts-and-culture-investment-improving-communities

Arts Council reports back on its consultation findings for its direction in the ten years, 2020 to 2030

Arts Council reports back on its consultation findings for its direction in the ten years, 2020 to 2030

Arts Council England report that they heard a broad range of opinions from voices up and down the country in their consultation on shaping the next ten years. This blog https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/blog/consulting-next-ten-years-what-we-heard gives a brief summary. After giving people the opportunity to tell them their thoughts, they’ve considered everything they’ve heard and are currently drafting their … Continue reading

Resource: Accreditation Guidance for Museums and Galleries

Arts Council England has released their expanded guidance on the refreshed Museum Accreditation scheme, which is available on their website at https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/sites/default/files/download-file/Accreditation_Guidance_Mar_2019_0.pdf The Accreditation Scheme is the UK industry standard for museums and galleries. It helps everyone involved with a museum to do the right things, helping people to access and engage with collections, and … Continue reading