We aim to build effective partnerships with a range of national, regional and local organisations, both private and public.
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Arts Council England and VisitEngland have agreed on a three-year partnership to boost cultural tourism in England. The Partnership statement sets out how Arts Council England and VisitEngland will work together, a key priority being to encourage and support destinations that have real potential to grow their economies by improving their cultural tourism offer.
Memorandums of understanding
An initial Memorandum of Understanding was agreed between Arts Council England and the British Council in 2009, which expired on 31 March 2012. It was informed by the McMaster Review, which exhorted Arts Council England and the British Council with the Department of Culture, Media and Sport to:
“work together to investigate and implement an international strategy that stimulates greater international exchange, brings the best of world culture here and takes the best of our culture to the world”.
Arts Council England and British Council are planning to work together on a number of projects in the future and have agreed to renew their collaboration. Download a copy of the memorandum here.
Canal & River Trust
Arts Council England and the Canal & River Trust have agreed to implement a shared approach to engaging with the contemporary arts for the benefit of the waterways network, users and the artistic community.
Forestry Commission England
Forestry Commission England and Arts Council England wish to make the contemporary arts an integral part of FCE's daily offer, building new audiences - particularly in areas of low arts engagement, or limited arts infrastructure - and offering new opportunities to artists and arts organisations whilst also contributing to its response to climate change and the transition to a low carbon economy.
This document summarises the background to a new relationship between Arts Council England and the National Trust, designed to enable the two organisations to work together in achieving a shared vision for the interaction between historic properties and contemporary art.
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