RSA / Arts Council England Event - A Grand Partnership - RSA

RSA / Arts Council England Event - A Grand Partnership

Public talks


RSA House, London

  • Creativity
  • Communities
  • Arts and society

Join Sir Peter Bazalgette, Alan Davey, John Knell, Vikki Heywood and partners as they explore ideas for a Grand Partnership for arts and culture in England.


Drawing on the findings of the ACE / RSA seminar series ‘Towards Plan A: a new political economy for arts and culture’ – panellists will discuss how the arts and cultural sectors can scale ambition, impact and influence, and what that means for its Grand Partnerships.

Speakers: Sir Peter Bazalgette, chair, Arts Council England; John Knell, independent consultant who has worked widely across the arts sector; Deborah Bull, Director, Cultural Partnerships, King’s College London; Nicola Thorold, Executive Producer, The Roundhouse and Co-Director, World Stages London; Cllr Simon Cook, Assistant Mayor with responsibility for Culture, Sport and Capital Projects, Bristol City Council.

Chair: Vikki Heywood, Chairman, RSA

Download the report: Towards Plan A - A new political economy for arts and culture (PDF, 619KB)

This event is part of the Arts Council England Stae of the Arts Series.


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