We have three key strands of work as part of our international development: exchange, partnership and growth
There are huge benefits to be gained from cultural export and exchange. International collaborations between artists improve the cultural offer available to us in England. They give audiences the chance to experience the finest artistic talent from across the world, while enriching the practice of artists and organisations here at home. Working internationally also gives our artists and cultural leaders the opportunity to develop new markets and audiences overseas.
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Find out more about some of the key partnerships we have to help us achieve our international aims
We asked the arts and culture sector about how they might be affected by the UK’s exit from the EU. This report examines their feedback alongside other available evidence.
In 2015, we asked Trends Business Research to help us discover the scale and impact of our National Portfolio Organisations’ international activity.
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Latest news, blog posts and case studies
We're investing £2.9 million in artists and organisations in the latest rounds of our Reimagine India and International Showcasing programmes.
£415,000 international funding awarded to four North organisations
Talent from the East and South East of England is heading to international shores thanks to two of our internationally-focused programmes
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead has announced a major new international artists’ award – with a difference.
A year long exhibition of Somali culture launches in Bristol
Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery have made a successful application for £4,175,000 to our large Capital Investment programme to support world class spaces for contemporary art in the new History Centre, planned to open in 2020.