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The Crafts Council has created a national clay programme to ‘refire’ kilns in schools and inspire learners.
The Government’s English Baccalaureate proposals rank schools by attainment in a small selection of subjects, including geography, history and Latin but currently exclude other challenging and enriching academic subjects such as music and religious education.
The Welsh Books Council has announced the name of the winner of the prestigious Tir na n-Og English Award which recognises the exceptional quality of books with a Welsh background for children and young people.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has placed a temporary export bar on a highly significant work of art to provide a last chance to raise the money to keep it in the UK.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland will be delivering their annual Youth Arts Sector Meeting this year for the first time in Derry City at the Playhouse in Artillery Street.
Big Green Idea is a British Council and LRQA initiative designed to attract, encourage and assist Australia’s brightest entrepreneurs to develop inventive new sustainability projects.
Festivals across the whole of Wales are to receive over £500,000 to showcase cultural and creative talent following an announcement made by Arts Council of Wales.
U3A Foyle has received funding from Sport Northern Ireland and Arts Council NI towards building a purpose built Active Ageing Centre, a joint venture for Sport and Art.
The Arts Council of Ireland has announced details of successful recipients under round two of the Small Festivals Scheme for 2011.
Arts Council Funding Announcement and English National Ballet announces new fundraising initiatives in response to the latest announcements of Arts funding cuts.
Callendar House in Falkirk is featuring a new Crafts Council touring exhibition 'Breath Taking: Revealing a new wave in British glass blowing,' 7 May to 2 July 2011.
Wood left over from the recently completed Velodrome in the Olympic Park is being donated to ‘The Boat Project’, an innovative London 2012 Cultural Olympiad project funded by Arts Council England, which is creating a 30-foot sea-faring boat from donated wooden objects of personal significance.
Eighty-five organisations will benefit from Arts Council funding for the three years from April 2012 as part of its new National portfolio of funded organisations.
The shortlist for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2011 has been announced. The prize, worth £10,000, is publically funded through Arts Council England.
Dublin City Council will launch its first Public Art Programme on 12 April 2011
Arts Council congratulates five new members of Aosdána
Applications are now invited from artists of all disciplines living or working in South Dublin County for South Dublin County Council’s Arts Bursaries and Awards 2011
The British Council and Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) are looking for innovative Australians with plans to make a real contribution to Australia’s environmental future.
Professor Shearer West, currently Director of Research at the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), has been appointed as the next Head of the Humanities Division at Oxford University.
Chair of Arts Council England Dame Liz Forgan, today boldly stated her confidence in a reinvigorated Arts Council and its new approach to funding the arts.
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