The future of local cultural decision making
We're convening partners from across all four nations and regions of the UK to explore how increased local decision making will affect the creative and cultural life of communities.
Valuing Culture and Heritage Capital
We're working with Historic England, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Arms Length Bodies to help develop a new framework to measure Culture and Heritage Capitals and inform HM Treasury's Green Book approach to investment.
National Performing Companies Action Plan
We're working with the National Performing Companies of Scotland to measure the depth, reach and breadth of their collective work & communicate findings to Scottish Government & policy stakeholders.
Greater Manchester Creative Health Strategy
We're working with the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and GM NHS Integrated Care Service on their ambitious plan to become the world's first Marmot city region.
UK Covid-19 Inquiry: a creative response
We're researching and developing a nation-wide project to bring artistic, creative and cultural responses to the Covid-19 pandemic together in a new exhibition to submit as formal evidence to the UK Covid-19 Inquiry.
Creative Workforce Workshops: Place
We're co-designing policy alongside freelance, self-employed and atypical workers operating in the creative and cultural sectors and commissioning news works of art to support advocacy.
Connecting Through Culture As We Age
We're working with leading researchers at the University of Bristol and the Arts and Humanities Research Council to develop policies that support people to take part in their creative and cultural life as they get older.
Pandemic and Beyond
We're providing extensive policy and advocacy services to a flagship Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) led programme for 77 research teams investigating the impacts of Covid-19 from an arts, humanities and social sciences perspective
Culture in Crisis
We're working with the Centre for Cultural Value and leading on policy development for the UK's largest research programme into the impacts of Covid-19 on the cultural sectors.