Monday, 17 April 2017

Arts and Culture News

Here is the latest Arts Council England Arts and Culture News newsletter, featuring free business support and advice and more, for my followers to peruse:

The arts on primetime, getting the best deal for Brexit, business support and more!


This month we're thinking about arts and culture after Brexit, getting excited about the arts on primetime TV, and offering funding advice. We've also published guidance for the next round of Catalyst: Small Grants and are reflecting on Hull's first 100 days as City of Culture.

Performance Live
The arts are coming to primetime TV with our Battersea Arts Centre and BBC partnership.
More here >


Brexit: getting the best deal
Simon Mellor, our deputy CEO, on our commitment to developing arts and culture after Brexit. 
Read the blog >

Grantium help at hand
If you've got a question about our Grantium portal, then our application FAQs are on hand.
Get help here >
Helping the arts prosper 
Looking for free business support and advice? Creative United have you covered.
Get the details >


Hull: What's mine is yours
Peter Stones from our North team, blogs on how Hull, his home and City of Culture, is owning 2017. 
Read the blog >

Catalyst small grants
We've published guidance for the next round, with a focus on fundraising and philanthropy. 
Find out more >

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