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The 21st-century public servant is expected to be adept at change. The best of them will have access to the tools of an innovator and embrace a growth mindset which looks outwards to new possibilities.
It’s not unreasonable to expect organisations funded by the public to be relevant to their communities and stakeholders, argues Simon Mellor.
This report tells an encouraging story of a Visual Arts audience that is socially varied, intellectually curious and increasingly dominated by a new generation, enthusiastic to engage.
New research finds that visual arts appeal disproportionately to millennials and Generation Z – but warns the sector needs to understand the barriers faced by less culturally experienced visitors.
In this blog, I’ll discuss the third proposed outcome in Arts Council England’s (ACE) draft strategy: ‘A creative and cultural country’. Through setting this goal, our aim is for England’s cultural sector to be “innovative, collaborative and international”.
Our CEO Darren Henley Introduces our 2018/19 Annual Report and reflects on some of our key achievements.