Arts, Culture and Heritage
Previous headliners have included Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Dizzee Rascal and the Courteeners. Sheffield has a vibrant arts scene, with various exhibitions held throughout the year to display independent artists’ works. Pioneering contemporary art can be found at Site Gallery, S1 Artspace and Bloc Projects, and those with a keen eye will discover a thriving underground and street art scene – including pieces by Pete McKee and Phlegm.
We use our expertise, skills and funding in areas where there are big challenges facing society. Leicester is a vibrant, multicultural and wonderful place to visit and live, offering an exciting array of arts activities across a host of venues and local sites. Information about the Community Festivals Fund including the Department’s aims and how the funding is delivered.
My Festival: Jordan Gray Edinburgh Festivals
Girls are often denied the chance of playing football as part of their physical education. The infographic Explore our infographic for key findings from the evidence review.
- Museums and attractions Whether you are a tourist or a resident, our city offers a rich selection of places to visit including The Royal Pavilion.
- At Madrasat AdDeera, artists are learning heritage design principles and geometries, while at the same time evolving techniques to their own artistic sensibilities.
- Nesta in a nutshell An introduction to our purpose, how we operate, where we work and the people behind our missions.
- The arts team work closely with a number of council services, including Museums, Festivals and Events, LCB Depot and Visit Leicester.
We welcome people of all faiths and beliefs and offer personal and spiritual support to students from over 100 countries. The history of The Level Find out how The Level has been restored into a popular open space and events venue. Local History Learn ami-entends-tu.org about Brighton & Hove’s colourful history at our museums and The Keep archive. Cinemas, film and moving images Brighton & Hove has become a key location for filmmakers. The digital era has allowed online disinformation to proliferate and flourish.
Animated Shorts: BBC Introducing Arts
Supporting London’s culture and creative industries is one of the Mayor’s top priorities. The move aims to make more resources available to slow the spread of the virus. With global recycling rates still very low, behaviour change is key to the circular economy. A programme of music, arts and cinema events located in our Wardown Park Bandstand. Our creative industries are successful throughout the world -our leading cultural institutions are a calling card worldwide and have important trading links from the US or Germany to China and South Korea. On 17 September 2021 there was a very special premiere screening for cast and media at the Crucible Theatre with a ‘pink’ carpet in Tudor Square, right back where Jamie Campbell’s inspirational story was first told to theatregoers.