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An online consultation on the draft strategy 2020-2030 will open from 1 July to 23 September 2019, and you can also sign up to a workshop taking place across the country. To help you prepare to take part in the consultation you can read the draft strategy and related documents below.
The Private Investment in Culture Survey, commissioned from research consultancy MTM, investigates the role individual giving, business investment and trusts and foundations play in funding arts and culture in England. The report uses latest available figures from 2015-18.
A new Centre for Cultural Value, based at the University of Leeds, will focus on the role of arts and culture in areas such as conflict resolution, education, health and wellbeing, and community regeneration, bringing together researchers with expertise in these areas along with cultural professionals, arts and cultural organisations, audiences, participants and local communities.
This guide, created in partnership with The National Archives, helps organisations working within or alongside libraries and archive services advocate for their work within the context of local authority planning.
In December this year Arts Council England plan to publish our next 10-year strategy. The strategy, which will shape how we deliver our development, advocacy and investment approach for the next decade, will come into effect in April 2020.
Cultural policy focused on place is nothing new. Since the 1970s, capital of culture competitions and culture-led regeneration have proliferated. Yet it is fair to say that the UK is witnessing an upsurge of place-based initiatives, from London Borough of Culture to the Great Place scheme. But why is an emphasis on place important, and what are these initiatives trying to achieve?