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Create is our ongoing journal that aims to stimulate discussion about the true value of art and culture to our society. We hope you enjoy the contents.
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The arts can change the fortunes of cities and countries, but in the end, their power is always human. They give expression to our loves, lives, hopes and fears – our history, our dreams, our culture. ‘Culture’ will have different meanings in different contexts; much as we find strength in what binds us together, so we can be inspired by our difference.
Over the next few weeks, Create will be publishing essays reflecting upon people, places and culture; how our understanding of culture, and the work we do with it, can reflect the world around us more widely and deeply, and help change life for the better.
Read our latest articles about the role of art and culture in education, or explore the rest of our Create content below.
Anne Wood on Teletubbies, Harry Potter, and why we must make art for children
A beautiful new comic about what happens when art comes to town...
Photographer Tricia Porter tells our Create journal how she's kept people in the picture
Read author Ian McMillan’s Twitter novel
Read, watch and listen to our discussions and debates
Read the first full issue of our Create journal, which launched in November 2014
Explore news, blog posts and our case studies
London-based cross-artform company, Fevered Sleep discuss the motivation behind their piece, Men & Girls Dance.
Sir Nicholas Serota gave his first speech as Chair of Arts Council England at No Boundaries 2017.
More than £417,000 from Ambition for Excellence programme awarded to Multistory for a six month arts festival in Sandwell
Arts Council England has invested £15,000 from the National Lottery, allowing Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature to appoint a Young Poet Laureate for the first time.
John Orna-Ornstein, our former Director for Museums, writes about his experience working with us and what the future has in store for museums in England.
Curtain up on National Lottery funded play for deaf people