Friday, 3 March 2017

Arts Council England newsletter

Here is the latest Arts Council England newsletter for my followers to peruse:

Creativity revolution, win an award and more


This month we're talking revolution, resurrection and recognition. We're celebrating LGBT History Month, a creative revolution and a new arrival. Plus two conferences you shouldn't miss and a chance for you to win an award.

In the Nick of time
This month we welcomed our new Chair, Sir Nicholas Serota. His first speech as Chair will come from Hull on the first day of No Boundaries 2017
Book your place >


Celebrating LGBT stories
For LGBT History Month, find out how a playwright used our Grants for the Arts funding to resurrect forgotten LGBT stories from history.
Read the blog >

Awkward Bastards
Disability arts organisation DASH is holding a two-day conference on disability, ethnicity, sexuality, gender and class in arts and culture.
Count me in >
Win an award
The search is on for the UK’s favourite National Lottery-funded project - it could be you!
Am I Lottery funded? >
Nominate someone >


When I'm 64
Everyone should feel welcome to take part in arts and culture. One of our new funds helps organisations be open and welcoming to older people.
Find out more >

Energy, ethics and finance
Don't miss this one-day conference on a thorny issue facing the sector - how to approach clean energy and ethical finance.
Tell me more >

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