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The arts and culture are major forces behind London's status as a world-class, vibrant and diverse city. London remains home to some of the world’s best known art and cultural organisations that enhance its reputation on an international stage. This is complemented by a broad range of small and independent organisations that work internationally, nationally, regionally and locally to provide great art and culture for everyone.
The London region covers the City of London, all 12 Inner London boroughs and 20 Outer London boroughs. London is home to 244 National Portfolio Organisations and two Major Partner Museums and includes one Bridge organisation and four National Youth Music Orchestras. Total investment in these programmes for 2015–18 stands at more than £450 million. We also invest in artists and art organisations in London through Grants for the Arts, our open access funding programme for art activities.
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Explore our work in London
Our Deputy Chief Executive spoke at the launch of the Festival, which runs 11-20 November. Read the speech.
Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger presents ‘Self Reflection’, a new art work at Freud Museum London
Hundreds of Londoners aged 5-24 create the spectacular showpiece of Artichoke's London’s Burning festival, commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London
As Notting Hill Carnival celebrates its 50th year, we talk to three authorities in the sector about where this unique spectacle came from, why it’s so popular, and how it can secure a more stable future.
This Bank Holiday weekend, the famous Notting Hill Carnival celebrates its 50th year
140 projects will collectively receive a total of £17.5 million investment to help attract more private giving