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ARTS Apply now for Arts Council funding


Arts Council England (ACE) has announced its investment plans from 2015 to 2018. The overall budget for


national portfolio organ- isations and major partner museums is expected to be reduced by around 5 per cent, with applications for invest- ment to be submitted during a three-month window from early January 2014. As part of the plans, ACE


will set out a full range of its funding resources including those for arts organisations, museums, grants for the arts and strategic fund- ing programmes. This will enable those considering an application to make an informed decision as to whether this type of funding is right for them. “We will invest in organisations to thrive,” said Alan Davey, chief executive of ACE.


Te budget for major museums may be reduced by five per cent


“Some may even see funding upliſts and we will welcome new organisations in.” Organisations can join the funding pro-


gramme for three years, though ACE will only be able to confirm funding levels for 2015/16, with future funding subject to government grants. Details: http://lei.sr?a=g2o6n


Art Everywhere launches public art


Art Everywhere, a proj- ect backed by artists, has launched to bring art further into the public domain by displaying famous pieces on advertising hoardings, tube stations, black cabs and buses for two weeks. Te project will display 57


public-chosen works across 22,000 sites. Ninety per cent of people in the UK are expected to see some of the artworks. Te featured works are by


a range of artists and include John William Waterhouse’s Te Lady of Shalott, Blaze by Bridget Riley and Holbein’s Te Ambassadors, as well as works from Tracey Emin, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. Locations to feature


include high streets, major roads, Te Art Everywhere project runs from the 12–25 August 2013 the works


supermarkets, shopping malls, office build- ings, cinemas, health clubs and bars. Tese will run alongside pieces being displayed on 2000 London buses and 1000 black cabs. Details: http://lei.sr?a=Y3R3V


Daily Tous Les Jours: inspiring people to reinvent their lives


Reinventing simple ideas and understanding context are imperative to the success of cre- ating interactive installations, according to Montreal design studio Daily Tous Les Jours. Headed by creative directors Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat, the studio has


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put together installations across the world that inspire people to reinvent their everyday lives. Mouna Andraos, one half of Daily Tous Les


Jours, talks to Kath Hudson in the current edi- tion of Leisure Management magazine: Details: http://lei.sr?a=O4y2X


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