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Supports the development and exhibition of contemporary art in Liverpool.
http://www.afoundation.com/
Organisation aiming to make the arts highly accessible by producing festivals and events that focus on cultural diversity and relate to local communities.
http://www.alternativearts.co.uk/
Promotes interest in the Arts among the people of the English Midlands.
http://www.ardendfas.org.uk/
A not-for-profit arts organisation established by artists to manage and curate contemporary art projects to showcase new and unseen art.
http://www.aico.org.uk/
Charity providing affordable studio space to visual artists, mainly in South London
http://www.ascstudios.co.uk/
Charitable Trust dedicated to providing local people in rural areas with the opportunity to choose and promote professional arts events.
http://www.artsalive.co.uk/
The national development agency for the arts in England, providing funding for a range of arts activities
http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/
Organisation set up to have the value of higher education in Art and/or Design recognised. Membership is open to all relevant graduates in any discipline.
http://www.graduateartists-designers.com/
Information on projects, special events, news and facilities. Located in Wales.
http://www.carad.org.uk/
Provides news and information on arts-in-education.
http://www.creativelearningagency.org.uk/
Acts as a focal point for the development of the creative industries in Yorkshire and the Humber region.
http://www.creativeyorkshire.com/
News and information on local organisations and arts events.
http://www.eab.org.uk/
Promoting the arts in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
http://www.hi-arts.co.uk/
The central clearinghouse in Scotland for enquiries about international opportunities in the arts and culture.
http://www.icd.org.uk/
Formed by a group of established artists and filmmakers to collaborate with schools and other community groups to introduce contemporary art skills with more traditional practises.
http://www.nolimitsonline.org.uk/