Our data

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Data on the distribution of our investment, and the activity related to it, informs our evaluation of impacts, our funding decisions and future strategy. Making this data as widely available as possible is essential for our accountability and supports wider development. 

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Explore our new searchable data portal

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Our Portfolio

Discover data relating to our National Portfolio Organisations and Major Partner Museums

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Expenditure data

We break down spending into the detail so you can see where your money goes, how we’re paid and what expenses we claim

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Our data principles

Our key commitments concerning the ways we collect, handle, use and publish data

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Top left to bottom right: 1. Lucy Bamford with Joseph Wright's Orrery. Photo © Derby Museum and Art Gallery 2. The Barometer of My Heart, made via Everton FC Community Foundation HR and Grants for the Arts. Photo © Stephen King. 3. Sonia Sabri of Sonia Sabri Company. Photo © Simon Richardson / Sonia Sabri Company 4. Spectra-3, by Field.io at Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke. Photo © Matthew Andrews. 5. Bookmarks Resource Space, part of Follow, 2015 at FACT. Photo © Brian Slater, courtesy of Foundation for Art and Creative Technology. 6. Artificial Things by Stopgap Dance Company © Photo Chris Parkes 7. Atmosphere by Edmund de Waal at Turner Contemporary. Photo © Benjamin Beker. 8. Plymouth Music Zone participants making music. Photo © Plymouth Music Zone / Kevin Clifford 9. Scattered by Motionhouse. Photo © Chris Nash / Motionhouse 10. Newcastle City Library. Photo © Newcastle City Library / Mark Thurston / Steve Brock