We have pulled together a list of organisations and online resources related to national arts organisations. We hope you find this a useful resource.
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Art UK is the online home for every public art collection in the UK. They are a charity, and the website represents a collaboration between over 3,300 British institutions.
ArtsFwd is an online community of arts and culture leaders committed to doing things differently in their organisations in order to stay relevant and vital in changing a world.
Arts Council England
A number of funding opportunities are managed by Arts Council England, including those for individual artists.
Arts Marketing Association
Arts Marketing Association helps people who work in arts and culture reach more audiences. They provide training, resources and networking to members and their organisations.
Association of Festival Organisers
The AFO is a membership group of like-minded festival and event organisers who believe in learning and teaching ideas and help each other to promote and improve the festival scene.
The London 2012 Cultural Olympic is the largest cultural celebration in the history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic Movements.
National Rural Touring Forum
National Rural Touring Forum networks, develops and supports the ecosystem that delivers high-quality creative experiences across communities and rural areas of the UK.
Public Art Online
Public Art Online is a unique public art information site which provides guidance and examples of public art practice from across the UK and internationally.
The Artists Information Company
A-N is the largest artists’ membership organisation in the UK with over 25,000 members. They support artists and those who work with them in many practical ways, acting on behalf of our membership and the visual arts sector to improve artists’ livelihoods.
Voluntary Arts Network
Voluntary Arts Network supports, encourages, promotes and advocates for creative cultural activity in all its forms.
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