Exploring professional development opportunities at Essex Dance Teachers Network © Rachel Cherry 2013
Arts Council England have committed funding for Royal Opera House Bridge for a further four years for the period 2018-22. This will be used to support networks and initiatives that expand and deepen arts and cultural opportunities for all young people across the region
How we invest
Working with a wide range of partners we help uncover new opportunities, support innovation and build resilience in the region.
All of the projects we co-invest in generate real impact in improving access and engagement and are designed to have a legacy far beyond our initial input.
A third of our budget is allocated for co-investment. Partnership investment in the period 2018-22 is allocated through Local Cultural Education Partnerships. Please contact your regional programme manager for more information.
We support the emergence of new networks and help strengthen existing ones, looking at professional development and local collaborations.
Research and Advocacy
We commission research into local needs and opportunities within the cultural and education sector. Identifying and celebrating good practice we then work strategically to strengthen the local infrastructure that will sustain it.
We work directly with teaching schools and their alliances, developing creative learning in schools and fostering relationships with the local cultural sector.
Training and Conferences
We run and support a number of events focused on training and development and sharing good practice.
How to get involved
We do not currently offer an open call for potential co-investment opportunities.
Our regional programme managers work directly with local organisations to identify local needs, develop suitable partnerships and support investment.
To discuss our work or to connect with one of our regional programme managers please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org