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RSA / Arts Council England Event

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RSA House, London

  • Economics and Finance
  • Arts and society

Sir Peter Bazalgette delivers his inaugural lecture as Chair of Arts Council England, launching a new partnership with the RSA, aimed at exploring ideas for a new political economy for arts and culture in England.

 
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In his inaugural lecture as Chair of Arts Council England, Sir Peter Bazalgette launches a new partnership with the RSA, aimed at exploring ideas for a new political economy for arts and culture in England.

Peter Bazalgette began his tenure as Chair of Arts Council England in February 2013, following a successful term as Chair of English National Opera and an illustrious career in television production where he was Creative Director of Endemol until 2007.

Speaker: Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chair, Arts Council England

Chair: Vikki Heywood, Chair, RSA

This event is part of Arts Council England’s State of the Arts series.

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