Achieving great art for everyone: A review of research and literature to inform the Arts Council’s 10-year strategic framework


Author(s):*Listed Alphabetically
Bunting C

Year of Publication:
2010

Publisher(s):
Arts Council England

Publication Type:
Report

Abstract:

The purpose of the literature review was to inform the development of the Arts Council’s 10-year strategic framework, including the identification of long-term goals, by:

• exploring the political, economic, social and cultural context in which the arts in England operate today

• identifying challenges and opportunities that the arts and the Arts Council may face in the future

• examining the views of arts practitioners, experts in the arts and related sectors and members of the public on how the arts need to develop

• identifying lessons to be learned from past experience

The review took place between March and November 2009 and covered a range of different types of literature including quantitative and qualitative research, evaluations and case studies, consultation reports, policy and strategy documents, opinion pieces and critical commentary. The report is divided into sections: challenges and opportunities for the arts; arts funding and development; the Arts Council’s goals and; improving the evidence base.



Evidence Type: Literature Review

Main Focus: Community Development

Research Purpose: Literature Review

Context: Community

Art Forms: Multi-Arts

Access Type: Free Download

APA Citation:

Bunting, C. (2010). Achieving great art for everyone: A review of research and literature to inform the Arts Council’s 10-year strategic framework. Arts council England.