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Latest from UK Arts
31 January 2020
Thebe Magugu at International Fashion Showcase 2019. Photo credit Agnese Sanvito

Net//Work Digital Arts Residencies

Are you a mid-career visual artist or creative practitioner? Applications are now open for our Net//Work digital arts residencies at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, and Digital Arts Studios, Belfast. Each residency will run for four weeks and will help develop practices that engage with digital technologies.

The selected artists will recieve £1000 and have travel, accommodation, access, and subsistence costs also covered.

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Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth sector research

We're commissioning a two-year action-research programme to shape and inform the longer-term potential development of Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth.

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Open call: Amplify Digital Arts Initiative

We're seeking women identified practitioners working in the digital arts, immersive storytelling and electronic music for a UK residency in partnership with Somerset House Studios in Summer 2021.

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Graphic Design Agency Roster

We're renewing our roster for graphic design agencies to work on British Council Arts programmes. The roster, which for the first time is exclusively for agencies to work on our arts portfolio, is now open for submissions through our tender portal. Please note applicants must register here first.

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Women of the World Evaluation Assessment

We're looking for a consultant to review, recommend and design an overarching evaluation framework and tools that will be used to evaluate Women of the World Festivals (WOW) individually and collectively.

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Ise City Residency

Last October we invited six UK-based artists on a unique artistic research residency in Ise City, home of the Ise Shrine, one of the most prestigious Shinto shrines in Japan. Join them on their journey and check out our website for the latest international opportunities available.

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Arts Council release new ten year strategy

This week our colleagues at Arts Council England released their new ten year strategy. Discover how it will benefit you and what it means for culture and creativity in the UK.

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