Why Art And Culture Matters Arts & Culture

With advancements in construction technology and the development of steel frames, buildings shot up and the definition of a sky scraper shifted to encompass anything above 100m. The world’s tallest sky scraper, the Burj Khalifa, is over 8 times this. We do this by making introductions between staff and creative practitioners, participating in joint projects, and listening to/advocating for both. Even in lockdown, we can still experience the best of London’s arts and culture this Christmas.

  • The city region also boasts fifteen theatres and halls, ranging from the modern Liverpool M&S Bank Arena to the Art Deco style Philharmonic Hall, home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • The historic institution developed new programmes that preserve the voice of Holocaust survivors for generations to come, and explored new uses of cutting edge technology for the museum sector.
  • The arts centre in Wigan is using investment to transform a derelict former hotel into an arts hub for the area.
  • Different world cultures have always been a source of inspiration for many artists throughout history.
  • The Liverpool Empire Theatre is the second largest theatre in the country and showcases the best in local, national and international talent, often hosting shows direct from London’s West End.

Culture and the arts help us to communicate our research, deliver innovative teaching, promote employment and economic prosperity, and foster inclusion. The museum will be closed to the public from Sunday 29 August 2021 until late 2022. We are fascinated by the creative process and better understanding how it works.

26 Investment Programme

From live music to sculpture, take part and enjoy the Mayor’s cultural projects happening in London right now. From building a 24-hour city, to reducing pub closures, see what we’re doing to protect and safeguard London’s culture. Cultural Placemaking and Grassroots Social Enterprise In this blog, Head of Arts & Culture Finance Seva Phillips, makes the case for the role of culture and cultural institutions in driving the social…

There is so much amazing creative activity happening here and I want to share it as far and wide as possible. We support arts and cultural organisations that benefit the lives of individuals, communities and society through their work and use our investments to help organisations to become more sustainable and resilient. Offer guidance around arts and culture, and signposting people to what or who they need.

Getting Creative With Our Wellbeing

Although this has led to important artistic developments, it is a complex story that has rarely been carried out on equal terms. Liverpool Mountain by internationally renowned artist Ugo Rondinone is a major new public artwork for the city region which will be launched in October 2018. You will have lots of stories to tell about how your work positively impacts people’s lives. Imagine if you walked into an elevator and the leader of your local council is stood there – what would you say? Whether you’re the CEO of a large theatre, an individual artist or a music teacher, we’ve put together three lines that you can use to talk about the value of public investment with anyone.

London Borough Of Culture

The creative hub used a loan to acquire a new, larger-capacity building and scale up its incubator programme for BAME creative entrepreneurs. The historic institution developed new programmes that preserve the voice of Holocaust survivors for generations to come, and explored new uses of cutting edge technology for the museum sector. The arts centre in Wigan is using investment to transform a derelict former hotel into an arts hub for the area.

Updates fromGoogle Arts & Culture, and other things we’re doing to celebrate art and culture. We’re here to help strengthen creative networks, raise the profile of creative activity at the University of Exeter, and bring more people into a shared and open creative community. Sign up and get latest cultural news, views, plans, events and opportunities across the capital straight to your inbox. Learn about how and why London’s culture and the creative industries makes London a leading global city. Supporting London’s culture, creative industries and night time economy during the COVID-19 outbreak. Supporting London’s culture and creative industries is one of the Mayor’s top priorities.

We invest public money from government and the National Lottery to make sure everyone’s creativity is given the chance to flourish and we all have access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. I am Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at the University of Exeter, and Academic Director for Arts & Culture . I have active research and teaching interests at the intersections of the arts, humanities and natural/social sciences, and frequently collaborate with artists and researchers on a range of transdisciplinary projects. I have a background in museum and gallery learning with a particular focus on creativity and the creative process. My role is to steer and guide the delivery of the Arts and Culture strategy. This involves lots of great conversations with fascinating people – both inside and outside the university – quite a bit of planning and writing, many meetings, and occasional workshop delivery.