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In December 2019, Arts Council England plans to publish its next 10-year strategy to extend and develop the Arts Council’s support for our country’s artists, curators and librarians, cultural organisations and their workforces, and the communities they serve. This draft strategy is open for consultation...
This report outlines how public investment into the UK’s arts and culture unlocks social, reputational and economic value throughout the creative industries and beyond.
This report, which was commissioned and funded by Arts Council England, looks at the position of literary fiction today.
This is the second of a series of policy reports from the Creative Industries Federation.
The first focused on creative education and in this paper we turn our attention to the importance of public investment as part of the UK’s unique mixed economy in...
The value of arts and culture to people and society outlines the existing evidence on the impact of arts and culture on our economy, health and wellbeing, society and education.
This document updates our strategic framework for the arts, libraries and museums, which were set out in separate documents: Achieving great art for everyone (2010) and Culture, knowledge and understanding (2011).
With its focus on long-term collaborative action, this refreshed strategic framework directs the...
These case studies are advocacy tools to demonstrate the ways arts and culture deliver positive activities for children and young people.
Arts Council England in partnership with the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) staged three one day events in July 2009 to increase...
This report provides a detailed overview of the online presences of the 869 arts organisations that receive regular funding from Arts Council England (hereafter, RFOs). The research was commissioned by Arts Council England and is the first project in a major three-year programme of research...
The aim of this study was to assess understanding of, engagement with and aspirations for art in the digital space amongst the general public.
Most people are happy to consider anything as ‘art’, provided they believe it to be intended as art by its...
Arts Council England is planning to introduce new processes of self-assessment and peer review for their regularly funded organisations. The development and introduction of these processes will be a major element in their ambition to strengthen relationships with regularly funded organisations in order to reinforce...