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Between 2015 and 2018, we will invest £1.1 billion of public money from government and an estimated £700 million from the National Lottery to help create arts and culture experiences for everyone, everywhere.
But we’re about much more than just funding.
We have a development role, which means we give expert advice and promote partnership. Through this we hope to develop a thriving arts ecology that offers everybody the chance to enjoy, participate and create.
We are also England’s advocate for the value of art and culture. We bring artists and organisations together so that their voice can be heard; we champion the role art and culture play in our lives and we support new ways of thinking about the arts and their potential.
Collectively, we can tell a powerful story about the value of public investment in art and culture.
Our latest blogs about art and culture
From Manchester to Orlando: why communities turn to art and culture when they are most in need
Åshild Andrea Brekke from Arts Council Norway writes about her recent visit to Arts Council England
Laura Dyer, from our Executive board, blogs about new research that can help us do more to encourage everyday creativity.
Writing new pasts with LGBT History Month's Festival Theatre
Kevin Edward Turner of Company Chameleon on dance and wellbeing