Arts Council England Launches New Delivery Plan
This month, ACE are publishing the first phase of their Delivery Plan 2021-24 along with an animation exploring the four Investment Principles of Let’s Create
Last year Arts Council England launched Let’s Create, their strategy for the next ten years which set out ACE’s vision that by 2030, England would be a country in which the creativity of everyone can flourish and everyone has access to a remarkable range of cultural experiences.
The world now looks very different to the one they published their strategy in, but the impact of Covid-19 has only strengthened the case for Let’s Create. While the future continues to be uncertain and many of us remain focussed on survival, as the country begins to take its first steps out of the pandemic, ACE is now sharing with everyone how they plan to realise the vision of Let’s Create.
This month, ACE are publishing the first phase of their Delivery Plan 2021-24 along with an animation exploring the four Investment Principles of Let’s Create and two essential reads on Inclusivity & Relevance – so dive in and find out more about the road ahead…
The Delivery Plan 2021-24
Let’s Create will be supported by a set of Delivery Plans, which explain the steps ACE will take to achieve their vision. In this first phase, they will set out the context of their Delivery Plan 2021-24, how they will use their regular funding programmes to resource it and introduce the Equality Objectives linked to the strategy.
In Let’s Create, ACE introduces four Investment Principles:
- Ambition & Quality
- Environmental Responsibility
- and Inclusivity & Relevance.
The Principles are a development tool and a benchmark, supporting progress towards the outcomes and vision of ACE’s strategy. Over the next few months, ACE plans to develop a resource hub to support everyone in beginning to embed the Investment Principles through the sector’s work.
To find out more about ACE’s plans visit www.artscouncil.org.uk/lets-create/our-delivery-plan-2021-2024
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