Corporate Responsibility

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For the last 35 years Arts & Business has been collecting data on the reach of private sector support for culture. In doing so, it has created an authoritative and valuable longitudinal study that is unmatched anywhere in the world.
Create, a journal looking at the value of arts and culture features a wide range of contributions from writers and artists, politicians to poets discussing the true impact that arts and culture can have on society.
All UK arts students and recent graduates given the chance to participate as programme is rolled out to every UK University and college offering art degrees.
Giving ex-offenders a fair chance to compete for jobs
BP Portrait Award: Next Generation is a dynamic project taking place at the National Portrait Gallery that aims to inspire the next generation of BP Portrait Award winners.
As part of its sponsorship of Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has been working with Bow School, TATE and lead project managers Bow Arts to support a redevelopment project as part of the Bow School capital project.
Deutsche Bank is re-launching and extending the Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise (DBACE)
Celebrating philanthropists that give big to UK arts
Time Out founder and active supporter of the arts, Tony Elliot, was presented with The Goodman Award at Wednesday night’s 35th Arts & Business Awards in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover.
The Arts & Business Awards in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover celebrated six of the very best arts and business collaborations and three outstanding individuals at a special anniversary awards ceremony held at London's BFI Southbank