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Contrary to the popular belief that she was largely uneducated, Virginia Woolf studied a range of academic subjects at degree level, according to new research supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This discovery has inspired Professor Susan Sellers to write a play about the relationship between Virginia and her sister Vanessa.
Creative Industries Minister Welcomes BBFC Watch and Rate Scheme
Mark Thompson, Director-General, BBC, Alan Davey, Chief Executive, Arts Council England and Ed Vaizey, MP, Minister for Culture will be among the key speakers at the launch of Arts Council England and BBC Academy is Building digital capacity for the arts programme.
THE BOAT PROJECT: is part of Artists taking the lead, a series of 12 public art commissions across the UK to celebrate the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. Arts Council England is delivering the project in partnership with the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Creative Scotland and the Arts Council of Wales.
THE DAY THE WATERS CAME: It’s summer 2005. Maya Marsalis takes you by the hand, sometimes by the throat, and leads you through her landscape the day Hurricane Katrina came; the levees broke, the world watched and the US Government did nothing. Go with her, as she shows you how her world and that of thousands of black American citizens changed forever, the day the waters came.
PAVILION DANCE: is a major boost for Bournemouth. The seafront development is the result of a unique partnership between Dance South West, Arts Council England, Bournemouth Borough Council and BH Live, with £3.29 million investment from the local authority.
UK YOUNG ARTISTS is a new national event taking place every two years and Derby is delighted to be hosting the first one. UK Young Artists is a partnership of Derby University, Nottingham Trent University, De Montfort University and Loughborough University with support from Art Council England.
SAVE THE ARTS: Over a hundred leading artists including David Hockney, Damien Hirst, Anthony Caro, Howard Hodgkin, Anish Kapoor, Richard Hamilton, Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin have joined the campaign to make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in government funding of the arts.
The Arts Council extends its congratulations to Emma Donoghue and Paul Murray on making the longlist for the Man Booker Prize.
ARTS & BUSINESS: Colin Tweedy, CEO of Arts & Business, comments on the cultural sector’s direct appeal to government.
ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND: Arts Council England has given details of how it will implement the £19 million cut to its 2010/11 income from government, announced by the Department for Culture Media and Sport on 24 May.
THE BRITISH COUNCIL: ELT professionals can apply for awards in three categories: The UK Award for Innovation, The Cambridge ESOL International Award for Innovation and The Macmillan Education Award for Innovative Writing.
DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT: Culture Minister Ed Vaizey launched a programme to place public libraries at the heart of the ‘Big Society’ and as an essential network in creating more digitally confident citizens.
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS: When Lord Clement-Jones introduced his Live Music Bill in the last Parliament, the NCA welcomed his response to the government’s frustrating and inhibiting red tape around live pub music.
ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND: The Serpentine Gallery opened its new summer pavilion to the public on Saturday, 10 July 2010. Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel and engineered by Arup, this year's pavilion is the 10th in the architecture series and also coincides with the gallery's 40th anniversary year.
ARTS AND BUSINESS: At a time when the arts have been told by Government to adopt US-style funding, 114 arts charities have applied to take part in Arts & Business’s 'The Big Arts Give'.
SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL: The Scottish Arts Council has committed almost £16 million to 60 of the country’s leading arts organisations for two years, beginning in April 2011.
MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL: At least 75,000 people lined the streets of Manchester to watch a spectacular parade to mark the first-ever Manchester Day.
SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL: Leading American academic and historian Donald Worster has been awarded the Book of the Year Award for his biography 'A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir' at the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards.
ARTS & BUSINESS: Colin Tweedy, Chief Executive of Arts & Business, responds to the announcement of £19m in-year savings by Arts Council England.
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