Building Kent's cultural capacity
Kent County Council has built on the capacity of the local arts and cultural sector to reach out to and engage with new audiences. Find out more about building Kent's cultural capacity.
Evaluating impact in Torbay
Robust evaluation of two world-class art exhibitions: Field of the British Isles by Antony Gormley and TAMED enabled a targeted engagement campaign to be developed in Torbay. Find out more about evaluating impact in Torbay.
Launched in June 2009, the Explore Culture brand and website was Essex's answer to raising awareness of the arts, attracting new audiences - and showing that the arts are fun. Find out more about Explore Culture
Greater Manchester Partnership
Arts Council England has strengthened local authority support for the arts across Greater Manchester through a long-term partnership agreement with all 10 authorities. Find out more about the Greater Manchester Partnership Agreement.
Milton Keynes International Festival
Milton Keynes International Festival transformed the city during 10 extraordinary days of world-class arts events that reached over 90,000 people, following Arts Council England intervention. Find out more about Milton Keynes International Festival.
Sustainability for the arts in Dorset
Dorset County Council has brought about lasting organisational and behavioural change among the county's arts community. Find out more about sustainability for the arts in Dorset.
This is Art!
Lincolnshire developed a county-wide audience development and marketing campaign based on a specially designed This is Art! brand. Find out more about This is Art!
Well London partnership
Arts Council England was part of an alliance of seven organisations that designed and ran Well London, a five-year programme to transform the health of people living in 20 of London's most disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Find out more about the Well London partnership.